Why Obama’s Amnesty Is Worthless to Immigrants (And the Rest of Us), Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

Tonight I’ll tell you why I believe that even immigrants and advocates of open immigration should oppose Obama’s executive amnesty. Join in live, either by phone or in the chatroom, and tell me what you think!

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Program Notes

Two taxi-cab thoughts I forgot to say during the show:

1. Insofar as some immigrants think they’re getting a benefit, as they’ll be eligible for some freebies, as Objectivists we know that the stolen–which is what welfare benefits are–cannot truly be a benefit to anyone.

2. The Muslims who I believe should be excluded are those who believe in waging Jihad in order to establish Shariah and/or a Caliphate. The same would apply to any people advocating violent revolution in the cause of communism, ecological totalitarianism, etc.

3. A more precise formulation of my response to Ted Cruz’s “Stop Obama’s Amnesty” graphic: It’s not clear that 316 million citizens understand separation of powers–or even that they’re interested in preserving it. But nonetheless separation of powers is an integral part of a constitutional republic established on the principle and for the purpose of protecting individual rights.

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Now More Than Ever: Don’t Let It Go

The daily assault of bad news, while we’re facing two more years of Obama, is disheartening. Now, more than ever, we need to focus on and encourage the American sense of life and the ideas that reinforce it. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Chinese Citizens Gather In Beijing Square To Watch U.S. National Debt Clock Strike $18 Trillion

National Debt to be $27 Trillion in 10 Years, Says the CBO

Boehner, McConnell Pledge to Tackle the $18 Trillion National Debt

Ted Cruz Wins: The Shutdown Worked

Obamacare Architect Apologizes For Remarks On The Law’s Passage HT Brian Yoder via Facebook

WaPo fact check: Yes, Gruber got $400,000 for ObamaCare work

Philosophy: Who Needs It (contains essay, “Don’t Let It Go”)

Four Reasons the Supreme Court Is Likely to Rule Against the Obama Administration in Burwell

Law in the Raw

How Health Law’s Medicaid Enrollees Strain the System

Ebola Patient May Head to U.S. Saturday From Sierra Leone

The Worst Voter Turnout in 72 Years

Elizabeth Warren gets rock-star reception at liberal donors confab

1984 (or get audio version and audible free trial here)

Americans’ Cellphones Targeted in Secret U.S. Spy Program

Obama and Scalia, United on Broadband as a Utility

Op-ed: Regulating the Internet threatens entrepreneurial freedom

AT&T to halt Internet investment

ISIS, Al-Qaida Reach Accord in Syria

Krauthammer: ‘Impeachable Offense’ (Obama’s Executive Amnesty)

Working for ICE ‘is hell right now,’ as Obama plans amnesty for illegals

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A Republican-Controlled Congress, If You Can Do Something Useful With It, Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

Well, the Republicans gained control of the Senate, and even gained more seats in the House. But will they do anything with it? What are your hopes for the next two years? Any early impressions based on what we’ve seen since Tuesday? Are you now more optimistic about getting a decent President elected in 2016? These questions and more on tonight’s show.

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Program Notes

White House: President Obama ‘Doesn’t Feel Repudiated’

Republican Majority, Day One: McConnell Surrenders

LeBron: ‘Won’t allow’ selfishness

LeBron: ‘I’ve played a little passive’

At White House, Republicans Press Obama to Drop Executive Amnesty

A New Supreme Court Challenge For Obamacare

NSA Lawsuit Returns to Court: Will Klayman’s Luck Hold? HT Mark Wickens via DLIGU page on Facebook

Fed to Markets: Brace for Volatility

IRS Commissioner Predicts Miserable 2015 Tax Filing Season

Swedish Politician Fined for ‘Hate Speech’ Against Islam HT Couldn’t B Righter via Twitter

Scientists reverse ageing process in mice; early human trials showing ‘promising results’ HT Kira Peikoff via Facebook

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