The 180 | Oct 4, 2013 | 54:00

Climate Change || Prayer and Politics || Kinder Morgan President on Pipelines

In this episode Jim speaks to our "Rogue Parliament" about Canada's progress on climate change, asks the president of Kinder Morgan how the public push back on pipelines, and moderates a debate about prayers at civic events.

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