Obama’s as destructive as ever, even “apologizing” for destroying Americans’ health insurance plans while showing absolutely no remorse. Is there a hope for some better politicians to get elected and undo some (or all) of this damage? Are the results of this week’s elections any indication? Should we even support any of today’s politicians, anyway, or should we hold out for John Galt? See program notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss during today’s show.
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Iran Nuclear Talks: Benjamin Netanyahu lashes out against deal
At a fundraiser, Obama makes a chilling admission about the courts HT: Bosch Fawstin
Obama uses executive order in sweeping takeover of nation’s climate change policies HT: Rob Abiera
Usain Bolt ate 1,000 McNuggets at Beijing Olympics HT listener Pratik via DLIGU page on Facebook
Obama personally apologizes for Americans losing health coverage
Press Release by Senator Ted Cruz on Iran Deal
Chris Christie not concerned with tea party support
Chris Christie on How Republicans Can Win Elections Again
"Never think of pain or danger or enemies a moment longer than is necessary to fight them."
— Ayn Rand Bot (@AynRandBot) July 4, 2013
GOP Gives Up Virginia To Democrats Instead Of Giving Tea Party and Social Conservatives A Win HT Bosch Fawstin
When It Comes to Hate, The Left Beats The Right, Hands Down
Ayn Rand the Materialist: Resurrecting An Old Smear
Apple details government information requests for the first time
Google Security Engineers Take To Plus To Blast NSA HT: Rob Abiera