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On the Friday, August 16 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex breaks down the tumultuous state of affairs in Egypt, where the military has taken to slaughtering protesters wholesale as the country edges on the brink of civil war. Alex also explores the possibilities of Google’s new patent for tracking eye movements, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s praise of Matt Drudge and Ron and Rand Paul’s brand of Libertarian republicanism, and the announcement of a yet another NSA data lab. On today’s show, Alex welcomes back the founders of overpasses.org James Neighbors, who recently helped organize protests for impeaching Obama over highway overpasses. We’ll also talk to producer and film director Kevin Booth about his latest film American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny and the rise of the police state. Booth worked with the late comedian Bill Hicks to posthumously produce his albums Rant in E Minor and Arizona Bay.
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