Topics planned: The Supreme Court’s opinion in U.S. v. Jones, in which it held that attaching a GPS device to a car *is* a search under the Fourth Amendment. Sixteen Scientists sign a WSJ editorial stating there is “No Need to Panic About Global Warming.” Obama’s State of the Union Address, the latest GOP debate, and more.
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3 responses to “Planned topics for today’s “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard” (5 p.m. PT, 8 p.m. ET)”
Yes, I briefly perused the same editorial in the WSJ. It certainly was righteous to read someone with what appears to be convictions. To the Russian “scientist” who resigned from an American Physics Society because it wouldn’t advocate for a “Global Warming” position I wish to say “Good bye and Good riddance”. Ms. Rand would have a field day with such an irrationalist. Have a great podcast, Dr. Peikoff.
Hi Amy, Bosch,
I was so excited that you guys talked about the honour killing trial. I live in Ontario and my brother is a PhD student at the University where the killing and trial took place. So this hit close to home!
I heard the judge give the statement on the radio and I bristled with excitement to hear such moral clarity. It was just awesome.
I was listening to some local talk-radio in which a leftist and rightist share the air time on a show called “friendly-fire”. Both were in agreement that this was either a cultural or a religious phenomenon, particular to Muslims. The phones were full as Muslim after Muslim phoned in insisting that Islam is a religion of Peace, and that when a Canadian or other culture etc. murders it doesn’t mean it’s the culture or the religion. It was hilarious to hear these people completely drop logic and fail to admit that their culture or religion promotes the barbarity. Sad really. It was great to hear the hosts fire back to these guys and point out the facts: this is a Muslim problem. Of course, the rightist insisted that it’s not “the religion,” but he didn’t dwell on that part too much. Typical for the conservative though: defending religion.
It was great to hear you on the Just Right radio program with Robert and Bob. Great guys they are. I was a candidate for the Freedom Party. Why don’t you guys have such a thing as the Freedom Party in the US?
It’s time for you Americans to put your money where your mouth is. Incessant complaining about the Republicans when nobody seems to want to offer a concrete political alternative.
So what if you get a couple percent of the popular vote. You guys need to start establishing the infrastructure for a new political alternative. By the time everything starts to collapse, you need to have an alternative party out there. Republicans are hopeless. Completely hopeless.
Bosch-Peikoff for president/vice-president. Sorry Amy, you aren’t enough of a Butch to be a president. Bosch has a deep, sexy voice, great for that masculine leadership role. OK, so I have a man-crush on Bosch. No Homo.
Bernard LEVIN intervies Freidrich HAYEK
in 1980 at the University of Freiburg.
Leave it to a Brit to provide the perfect socialist foil 30 years ago.