Jan. 6 Detainees Confined 23 hrs/day; Risking All for American Dream

Nearly 500 people have been charged in cases related to the breach of the Capitol on January 6, with more charges expected. Some of dozens detained in federal prison awaiting trail, say they are being subject to Third World treatment, including solitary confinement, lack of required medical care, and restricted access to defense counsel.

We hear from two of their lawyers—John Pierce and Steven Metcalf II—and Ned Lang, the father of a defendant who is receiving particularly harsh treatment.

In America Q&A we ask people across the country if they think it’s possible to have a truly nonpartisan January 6 Commission.

Then switching gears, on this Fourth of July weekend, we turn to why so many people want to make a life in America. We’re joined by Tibi Czentye, a very determined man who risked everything to escape communist Romania to live the American Dream.

And in a special 2-part America Q&A we ask what the American Dream means and what makes America special.

Watch the full episode on Epoch TV.