We sit down with Anthony Cumia who is in Los Angeles doing publicity for his new book “Permanently Suspended: The Rise and Fall… and Rise Again of Radio’s Most Notorious Shock Jock.” The book is an interesting look at what’s happened to free speech over the past quarter century. Spoiler alert: the government used to be the bad guy. Now it’s the mob. Before that, we take a closer look at Phoebe Cates in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," the border / tear gas photo everyone’s talking about, Colbert blaming the Sackler family and Purdue for the opioid crisis, and Justin Trudeau paying everyone in media $200,000 each to write nice stuff about him.
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