Yaron and Amy: Law, Order, and Immunity, TODAY at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT)

The Yaron and Amy Show returns today, on the sixth day of civil unrest and riots following the killing of George Floyd while in police custody in Minneapolis. One thing that could, that should, quell the unrest, would be for our leaders–particularly Donald Trump–to support the withdrawal of legal immunity for police misconduct. This is supported by people across the political spectrum, and yet Trump seems able only to exhort “Law and Order!” without addressing the real need for legal reform.

Meanwhile, with respect to social media platforms, he’s so eager to remove *their* legal immunity that he doesn’t even bother going to Congress first–he signs an executive order.

These stories and more on today’s show, which will be broadcast live on Yaron’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, etc. See Program Notes, below.

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Program Notes

Trump Calls Protesters ‘Terrorists’ and Urges Governors to Seek ‘Retribution’

Legal immunity for police misconduct, under attack from left and right, may get Supreme Court review HT Benjamin Chayes

Trump signs executive order targeting social media companies

Joe Biden doesn’t like Trump’s Twitter order, but still wants to revoke Section 230

Facebook employees stage a virtual walkout over Zuckerberg’s inaction on Trump posts

U.S. health experts, officials warn protests may add to virus spread HT Amesh Adalja

Surging Hormones: Brain-Behavior Interactions During Puberty

The Wahls Protocol

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