“Clinton As Champion…Of Class Warfare,” Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

Tonight we’ll discuss Hillary Clinton’s and Marco Rubio’s announcements and more!

See Program Notes, below, for the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Hillary Clinton surprises with early attack on CEO pay

Clinton Begins The 2016 Campaign, And It’s A Toss-up

UCLA Mandates Diversity Class Because Students ‘Afflicted With Bigotry’ HT Mark Nitikman

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

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5 responses to ““Clinton As Champion…Of Class Warfare,” Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

  1. mark martinson

    I dont.know much about rubio but he sure has a good looking wife.

    MM

  2. Donald Richardson

    Amy, You read a message from someone who claimed that a certain political party in the UK was “anti-immigrant.”

    The person said that things would be bad population and employment wise without Polish immigrants. Maybe true, I don’t live there.

    Why don’t you discuss Pakistani immigration and the Rotherham rape scandal. I bet you won’t, because it’s outside your comfort zone. Nor will you tell us how will you will “properly screen” Pakistani immigrants.

  3. Craig

    Obama about Obama – 1995

  4. mark martinson

    Amy . . . Do you believe there is any scientific basis for the belief that men are born blank slates? The older i get the more i look and act like my parents.

    I know someone who works for a law firm that handles wills and estates. People are constantly coming writing out the adopted children out of the will. I find it hard to believethis is a coincidence.

    • mark martinson

      My sister has two biological children who are great but one adopted children who is a disaster. The adopted child was adopted at birth. Same upbringing. Things like this are not explainable on the blank slate hypothesis.

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