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AlterNet Radio: Jailed for Being Poor?; Max Blumenthal on Brooklyn College and the Freakout Over BDS

Also: why natural gas won't be our savior.

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This week on the AlterNet Radio Hour, Tana Ganeva joins us to discuss her recent piece, "2 Years in Jail for Sitting on a Milk Crate? The Shocking Ways America Punishes Poor People Living on the Street."

Then we're joined by Max Blumenthal to talk about the recent brouhaha over a talk about the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israeli policies at Brookly College this week. 

Finally, AlterNet's enviro editor, Tara Lohan tells us about Obama's surprise pick for Interior Secretary, and also explains why natural gas isn't a magic bullet for our climate.

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