Today’s Don’t Let It Go…Unheard on BlogTalk Radio at 5 p.m. PT

On Sundays I conduct a live webcast in which I discuss news and politics from the perspective of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism. You are invited to get in on the discussion today, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Pacific Time. (Did you turn back your clocks this morning??)

Today will be our second live webcast on BlogTalkRadio.

If you join in live, you’ll have the ability to communicate with me and other listeners via text chat, which is provided on my BlogTalkRadio show page, and also by phoning in, either on your phone or via Skype (using Skype’s calling service, which unfortunately is not free, but it’s cheap). The advantage of this platform is that there is no registration required to listen to the show. As before, if you are not able to attend live, the recorded podcast will be available later Sunday evening or Monday morning, so you can download it and listen to it at your leisure during the following week. Links to subscribe to the show, via iTunes and other audio media platforms, are provided on my BlogTalkRadio show page as well.

Here is the link specifically for today’s show.

Topics planned for today include: Will we or Israel strike Iran’s nuclear sites based on the findings released in the latest IAEA report? Can Obamacare’s constitutionality be successfully challenged on *Spending Clause* grounds? What is going on with Greece? Will they honor the terms of the bailout they were offered? Is there any merit in Jesse Ventura’s complaints about his lawsuit against the TSA being dismissed? And more.

FOR REFERENCE: Here’s the amicus brief we’ll be discussing on today’s show re: the Spending Clause challenge to Obamacare.

UPDATE: The live webcast is now over. You can listen to or download a recording here at BlogTalk Radio. Thanks to all who attended live and participated!

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