Today on The BradCast, another police shooting, another heat record smashed, another set of polling data show another tied Presidential race, and callers ring in with questions for the candidates in advance of next Monday's debate. [Audio link posted below.]
Protests turned violent overnight in Charlotte, North Carolina, following another police shooting of an African-American. That, just days after video evidence of another police shooting of an unarmed black man with his hands up in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Earth smashes yet another heat record for the 16th straight month, as Donald Trump takes the lead for the first time in a major national poll.
Meanwhile, in advance of the first Presidential debate at Hofstra University next Monday, Hillary Clinton's campaign vows to fact check her opponent and Trump works the refs by already declaring (whining) that it will all be "unfair" to him somehow. We open the phones to find out what BradCast listeners would like moderator Lester Holt of NBC News to ask either Trump or Clinton or both on Monday night.
Finally, Desi Doyen joins us for the latest Green News Report, as the U.N. meets and tries to "Trump proof" the landmark international Paris climate accord in advance of the U.S. election...
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