“Pain, Danger and Enemies,” Today at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

Today, a discussion of several of this week’s news stories with an eye toward maintaining a certain mindset about them, inspired by Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.

See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss!

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Program Notes

Atlas Shrugged

Address to the Nation by the President

Dispelling the ‘Few Extremists’ Myth – the Muslim World Is Overcome with Hate

Some Muslims pretty “irritated” at being asked to help root out extremism

Obama’s executive action on gun control

Obama to NSC & FBI: “Downplay” jihad terror angle of San Bernardino

Republicans Split on Donald Trump’s Proposal to Ban Muslims, Poll Finds

Cruz Rejects Trump’s Muslim Immigration Ban

Ted Cruz Denounces Loretta Lynch

Get Ready for Google’s “Hate-Speech-Spell-Checker”

Mark Zuckerberg’s Statement on Muslim Users of Facebook

Start-Up Leaders Embrace Lobbying as Part of the Job HT Pratik Talole

Triumphant Venezuela opposition looks to boost economy, free prisoners

Ted Cruz takes lead from Donald Trump in new Iowa poll

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3 responses to ““Pain, Danger and Enemies,” Today at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

  1. Craig

    In a recent speech Nicolas Maduro stated, in a fit of pique, that he had been going to build 500,000 houses next year to give to the people but he had decided not to do so since Venezuelans had rejected his party in the elections.

    A Venezuelan responded with this tweet: “I’ll give you back your tablets, your houses and your cars, and you give me back a prosperous Venezuela where I am able to buy the tablet, house and car that I please.”

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