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06/01/2012

Video: Move over, BLAG—Geidner, LaSalvia, Hartmann hold bipartisan legal oratory group (BLOG)

by Jeremy Hooper

If I needed some insight into just about any legal matter, I'd turn to my pal Chris Geidner. And if I needed someone to make me look at something a completely other way, I'd turn to my pal Jimmy LaSalvia. So it's kind of fun to see the two of them having a respectful chat with liberal talker Thom Hartmann on matters that should always transcend the contrivance of partisan politics:


(Giedner and LaSalvia start around 4:45)

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