Join Us For Today’s “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard” (5 p.m. PT, 8 p.m. ET)

Planned topics: Clint Eastwood’s Superbowl Ad. CPAC 2012 moves towards the politics of hate. Proof that sanctions against Iran aren’t working — as if you needed it. Death penalty for a Tweet? And more.

The live show, and later the archive, can be accessed here.

To access the show page, which will allow you to check out a past episode, or to subscribe to the recorded archives via iTunes and other services, use this link.


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5 responses to “Join Us For Today’s “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard” (5 p.m. PT, 8 p.m. ET)

  1. Jeremy Morton

    Listening to the show live for the first time today and I’m trying to figure out where the chat room that you refer to is; I don’t see it on the blogtalkradio page for the show.

    • Jeremy Morton

      Nevermind; I found it on that page. Evidently, going to the page before the show starts doesn’t load the chat; but loading the page while the show is running does.

  2. Harold

    In 1987 I supported Alexander Haig in The Republican primaries. I saw him speak at the Polo Club in Boca Raton, FL. Before his speech he came around to each table to introduce himself. When he came to our table I offered him a leaflet from The Intellectual Activist (an Objectivist magazine) with an article by Peter Schwartz called The Double Zero Fallacy. He saw the name Intellectual Activist and must have thought that it was some kind of radical liberal rag because he reacted negatively with the question “What is that?” I told him, “It is an intellectual argument in favor of arming America to the teeth with all kinds of weapons including nuclear weapons.” He literally grabbed it out of my hand and stuffed it into his coat pocket. A few weeks later on November 20th, 1987 he gave a speech in the National Press Building to the World Affairs Council in Washington D.C. The link to the video is listed below.

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