“How Far We’ve Come,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

This week’s crazy and disturbing news–North Korea’s ICBM test, CNN threatens to doxx someone who made a GIF, and more. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

The Declaration of Independence and the case for a polity based on universal principles HT Earl Parson

Remarks by President Trump at 4th of July Military Appreciation Event

‘Extremely Unethical’ — CNN Draws Backlash After Threatening To ID Reddit User Behind Trump’s WWE Video

8chan just doxxed every CNN host

Charlotte, Charlatans, and a Culture of Censorship

North Korea announces successful ICBM test HT Gianluca Spezza via Twitter

In North Korea, ‘Surgical Strike’ Could Spin Into ‘Worst Kind of Fighting’

How the Left Lost Its Mind HT Greg Salmieri

Meet the Jones Act HT Stuart Hayashi

Chris Christie dismisses outrage over his use of shuttered N.J. public beach HT Rob Abiera

Now Everyone Really Can Code Thanks to Apple’s New College Course HT Rohit Gupta on Twitter

How to Pull Off Rainbow Hair and Still Look Like an Adult

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