Join Us For “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard” Today at 5 p.m. PDT, (8 p.m. EDT)

Planned topics: Rick Santorum pledges, if elected, to crack down on…Internet pornography. Several U.S. soldiers were killed by their supposed Afghan allies in the last month — how are these cases being reported and is anything being done about it? Surprise: Obamacare will cost at least twice as much as originally promised. And more.

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

  1. Pingback: Don’t Let Go.. #Objectivist( #aynrand ) podcast 8pm est Topics:U.S.Soldiers betrayed/ #obamacare-cost/Santorum-Porn #tcot #teaparty #2012 | Glory to man in the highest

  2. George Machen

    Albert Brooks @AlbertBrooks
    In honor of Santorum’s promised crackdown on internet porn, tonight I will masturbate to the Constitution.

  3. Harold

    Robert Ringer’s Definition of Puritanism

    Puritanism is that haunting fear that someone, somewhere is happy.

  4. Harold, I love that definition of Puritanism! (Now that I think of it, one of the paragraphs of my recent blog post definitely reflected that idea.) However, I have always heard that the line is attributed to H.L Mencken. Wikiquote says it is from A Book of Burlesques (1916), though I’ve got that book and I can’t find the quote in there.

  5. Harold


    Ringer probably got it from Mencken. I slightly misquoted it. The correct version is listed below.

    Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.

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