Seclusion, Sequestration, Statuettes and Superheroes, today at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET)

Topics for today’s “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard”:

First, Southwestern Law’s first annual online privacy symposium. Hear what I asked Facebook’s chief officer of privacy policy and an FTC commissioner.

Then: There’s increasing antagonism towards the GOP establishment, and people want an alternative. How can we help ensure that someone with the right ideas is part of the alternative? I’ll ask Yaron Brook, head of The Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights and co-author of FREE MARKET REVOLUTION. We’ll also discuss the impending sequestration cuts.

The decision to replace models with film students as statuette presenters at the Oscars.

Bosch Fawstin on a recent Iwo Jima “homage” comic book cover featuring a muslim “superhero” front & center

And then at least one item of good news!

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3 responses to “Seclusion, Sequestration, Statuettes and Superheroes, today at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET)

  1. jayeldee

    I’ve not yet auditioned the podcast, but note your reference here to the Oscars, so this is by no means off-topic—and I can’t resist jumping the gun…. That said:

    Ach!! Was it just my imagination run amok, or did that banged villainess, wedded to one Barack Hussein, exhibit deflation and disbelief when it had to announce that Best Picture was—not LINCOLN, but ARGO?! The most seasoned and ingenious scriptwriter could not have devised a more diabolical irony. (I’m agog with disbelief, myself—though not deflated; in fact, quite the opposite.) Richly just desserts for all, to have pulled a stunt that atrocious and politically obvious…. And, as frosting on the dessert cake, note that the banged one was ushered onto the screen by none other than the sleaziest of Hollywood’s sleaze…. Color me agog.

  2. jules AKA Jujifruit

    In regard to the Oscars and our country, well, it’s over. Obviously the country’s gone over the edge & something untoward is happening. Dignity has died and taken substance with it. The Queen of Pop Culture had an Intervention for us ‘mericans bringing the liberal love-fest to a climax of self-congratulations.
    Ironically, Best Picture ARGO was about rescuing US embassy staff in Iran when her husband & his chief henchwoman did nothing for our embassy men at Benghazi. They were killed, remember?
    FLOTUS managed to inject a “message” along the lines of Everyone’s great, even if you’re a loser or ugly or a scumbag or sexually bi-curious. Plus verbatim of her hubby’s verbiage from the SOTU speech a few weeks ago. #pleasekillmenow

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