“Your Swamp, Or Mine?” (with Yaron Brook), TODAY at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)

The GOP leadership orchestrated a vote on a 2,200-plus-page bill to fund the government (not really a budget?) to the tune of $1.3 trillion–within 48 hours of its release! Almost no one was able to read it before voting on it, and it’s doubtful Trump really knew what he was signing. Senator Rand Paul tweeted out over 600 pages of it, informing us of plenty of provisions that will, no doubt, encourage the proliferation of various swamp flora and fauna.

This raises the question:

There are a couple other issues in the news to which this question applies, unfortunately. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I’ve lined up to discuss with Yaron.

The show will be broadcast live on BlogTalk Radio here and also via streaming video on Yaron’s YouTube Channel as well as on his show’s Facebook page here.

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Program Notes

Trump Signs Spending Bill, Reversing Veto Threat and Avoiding Government Shutdown

BREAKING: Trump Reverses Himself, Signs Omnibus Crap Sandwich While Lamenting, ‘I’ll Never Sign Another Bill Like This Again’

Trump Chooses Bolton for 3rd Security Adviser as Shake-Up Continues

John Bolton’s Curious Appearance In A Russian Gun Rights Video HT Benjamin Chayes

Bolton Was Early Beneficiary of Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook Data

Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, and the Need to Legalize Privacy

‘I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data war whistleblower HT Benjamin Chayes

Israel opens investigation into Facebook to examine if citizens’ privacy was violated HT Adam Reed

Elon Musk deletes Facebook accounts for Tesla, SpaceX

A New Campus Survey Reveals Just How Students Are ‘Unlearning Liberty’ HT Mark Nitikman

CDC: Youth Suicide Skyrockets 70% Over Last Decade. Here’s Why.

(Credit: Benjamin Chayes)

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