Every Sunday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m., PST, I host a webcast devoted to the discussion of politics and news from an Objectivist perspective. If you would like to sign up to attend this Sunday’s webcast live (which includes the ability to participate via written questions/comments, plus via audio if you have a USB headset with microphone), click here.
Topics will include some brief follow-up on topics we discussed last week: the earthquake/tsunami/nuclear reactor problems in Japan and the “Hate Comes to OC” video. The latest on Libya and other pressing foreign policy issues, ObamaCare, the federal budget, and Wisconsin. Plus, the political issue on which Whoopi Goldberg and I (oddly enough) agree. Also, I’ll do my best to answer two philosophical-legal questions: (1) Should victims of a crime be able to collect civil damages from a defendant if the defendant was acquitted in a criminal court of the crime in question? (2) If I am in a public place and get caught in a picture or video being taken by someone’s cell phone/camera when I gave no permission, is that a violation of my right to privacy?
Breaking news events that come to my attention between now and Sunday afternoon may derail my plans, but this is what I have so far. I hope you will join me!