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Our Government Doesn’t Care Whether We’re Naughty or Nice, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

Our government spies on us and initiates force against us, indiscriminately, regardless of whether we’ve been “naughty” (i.e., violated someone’s rights). We’ll discuss Snowden’s Christmas message, Obamacare as “Christmas treat” and much more. Check program notes, below, for links to all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss, then join in live, either by phone or in the chatroom.

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Program Notes:

Last Week’s Debate Between Bosch Fawstin & Yaron Brook on Naming The Enemy’s Ideology

Snowden’s Christmas Message

My Summer 2012 Course, “Toward A Society of Privacy”

Surprise! It’s Super Easy to Identify People From Metadata HT Chip via Facebook

Judge Says NSA Phone Surveillance Is Legal

U.S. District Court Judge Leon: NSA Spying Likely Violates Fourth Amendment

Michelle Obama helps the President sell Obamacare

ObamaCare approval drops to record low

New ObamaCare fees coming in 2014

Dodd-Frank reform law is changing how banks do business in Oklahoma HT Rob Abiera

It’s a Very Merry Christmas for Washington Insiders HT Glenn via Facebook

Cato: Ending The Year on a Positive Note

BBC: Sherlock Mini Episode – Many Happy Returns We already saw it, but HT Michael via Facebook anyway 🙂

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