The 2015 version of “Let Them Eat Cake,” commonly attributed to Marie Antionette, is “Let Them Eat Lies.” Today, it seems, we’re expected to swallow many lies, on a variety of subjects. Join us to discuss some of them on today’s show. Scroll down to Program Notes, below, to see all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.
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Honest Politicians and Unicorns
Hillary Clinton Tries to Quell Controversy Over Private Email
Vague Email Rules Let Federal Agencies Decide When to Hit Save or Delete
Clinton vs. Clinton: Bill’s spokesman says he never e-mailed Hillary
New York Post Mocks Hillary As ‘Deleter Of The Free World’ (PHOTO)
Wikipedia Sues NSA Over Mass Surveillance HT Rob Abiera
Barbara Boxer: Let’s face it, Republicans are going after Hillary because she’s exciting the public
Obama Discusses Ferguson With Jimmy Kimmel
Justice Department’s Report on the Ferguson Police Department
Hillary Clinton and Michael Brown: the truth is so last century
ISIS Still on the Attack, Despite Internal Strife and Heavy Losses
Obama Administration claim to have “taken out half” of Islamic State’s senior leadership is false
Chris Christie Brags About Expanding Medicaid Under Obamacare
Strength Is Weakness HT Mark Wickens
Lobbyist Remorse: Netflix Recants on Obamanet
Bundled Cable Deathwatch: Viewership Down, Era of 500 Channel Universe ‘Over’
Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection
2 responses to ““Let Them Eat Lies,” today at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET)”
Mining & Tequila:
Brent Cook, Keith Neumeyer, Tommy Humphreys
Flemming Rose discusses his book at the event,
“Freedom of Speech or Tyranny of Silence?”,
at the Ayn Rand Institute