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July 29, 2019 50 min

Welcome to Episode 29 of Whiskey Tango's Run Down!

This week, we're discussing #TulsiGabbard suing Google for ad censorship, the debt ceiling bill, that "huge" #Facebook fine, the 9/11 survivor compensation fund has been extended to 2090, and #bigtech is in the hot seat.

Due to the use of foul language, an entire piece about Baltimore and my own hometown have been removed. If you want to see/hear that portion, it is available in the video version: YouTube

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