Walt Thiessen and Bill Westmiller take on the week's headlines, including marijuana legalization, racial bias, hate crimes, and the U.S. economy.
 
Retired US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens thinks marijuana should be legalized, but the sitting justices declined a suit against FDA enforcement of federal drug laws in Colorado and Oregon.
 
Donald Sterling, Cliven Bundy, and Secretary of State John Kerry are topics for bias and racial insults. The co-hosts discuss the legitimacy of hate crimes generally.
 
China is heading for Number One economy in the world, while U.S. housing continues to slump.

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