Topics for today’s podcast: So-called “Internet Activist” Aaron Swartz commits suicide. Is there a “secret” Obamacare provision preventing Obama from issuing gun-controlling executive orders? Swiss to vote on whether to regulate executive pay. And more!
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5 responses to ““Internet Activist” Swartz commits suicide. Can Obamacare legislation prevent Obama from issuing executive orders regulating guns? Swiss to vote on whether to regulate executive pay. And more, today at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET)”
I’ve listened to this podcast off and on for about twelve months now, and while rational voices are always welcome, I find your program to be very negative. You have accepted a malevolent view of the universe and your program is full of attacks and negative sentiment.
Good luck in the future, I will no longer listen, but I do wish you well in your journey to a rational existence.
Jerry actually let slip that he send his new born secret son Emanuel Springer back in a time machine to 22 April 1724 in Königsberg Prussia.
Amy, have you done an in-depth discussion on the legal basis (or lack of basis) of executive order? If not, might be a worthy topic.
Whole Foods Co-CEO John Mackey Interview
“‘Conscious Capitalism.” Sounds new-agey–and Mackey quite looks the part. And Greta loves the fact that he’s justifying capitalism not on the proper basis–that every human is morally entitled to maximize and keep their own profits, for no reason other than their own selfish happiness–but on the basis that capitalism is beneficial to “the common good.” The reason Greta loves it, is because the woman is a religious altruist, to the core (as all the rest of the FOX crew are; barring only Gutfeld–I think) (I bet–down, down deep–he feels awfully lonely.)….