The David Pakman Show - January 2, 2015
January 2, 2015•52 min
On the Show:
--Classic Interview: David Shuster, Al Jazeera reporter and former Fox News and MSNBC reporter, joins David to talk about the behind the scenes of working for Fox News, the conservative bias, and much more
--Americans agree on police cameras and independent prosecutors
--Jeb Bush, in preparation for a 2016 presidential run, leaves a firm that benefited greatly from Obamacare
--Driverless cars could cripple law enforcement budgets
--Flashback: We asked if the drinking age should be lowered to 18. If people can join the army and vote, shouldn't they be able to drink?
--Flashback: Michele Bachmann promises no teleprompters, and then uses an iPad to read a speech
--Flashback: Stanford researcher Jonathan Mayer proves that the NSA can identify most individuals from phone records
--Audience Question: How do you end conversations with people you don't want to be talking to?
--Audience Question: David, you've alluded to Louis totaling multiple cars. What are the details of his car