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“Speech, Privacy, Logic & Karma,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

A collection of interesting news and commentary pieces I’ve come across this week, as well as some useful information and recommendations. See Program Notes, below, for all the news stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

BREAKING NEWS: Woman dead and several suffer ‘catastrophic injuries’ after car mows down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before a knifeman is shot after attacking police officer in the grounds of Parliament HT Mark Nitikman

The US Has Banned Laptops And Tablets On Flights From Major Middle Eastern Airports

Geert Wilders Is No Hero Of Free Speech HT Robert Mayhew and Greg Salmieri

Silencing Is Golden: The Chilling Dogma of AntiNormalization HT Sunny Lohmann

North Korea conducts failed missile launch

Judge OKs warrant to reveal who searched a crime victim’s name on Google HT Mark Nitikman

Don’t Tread on My Metadata

EasyCrypt: How it Works HT Gayle Parker

How Aristotle Created the Computer HT Benjamin Chayes

Boom Supersonic raises $33M to build the fastest airplane for passenger flight

Good Schools Aren’t the Secret to Israel’s High-Tech Boom HT Brian Yoder

Adam Smith on the Absurdity of Protectionist Trade Policy

California’s Bullet Train may have received final, fatal fiscal hit HT Mark Nitikman

Sad News: Illinois Fails To Pass Measure Making Obama’s Birthday Legal Holiday

The Libertarian Reader

The Financial Crisis and The Free Market Cure

The Oxford Comma: Great For Listing, Pontificating, And Winning Court Cases HT Brian Yoder, Mark Nitikman

18 Minutes HT Robert Begley


HT Trevor Nielsen

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“Speech, Sugar, Socialized Medicine, and Spontaneous Order,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

The alliterative show title returns! A number of the week’s top news stories, with a few things of personal interest mixed in. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

“The Project”

Understanding the Angry Mob at Middlebury That Gave Me a Concussion HT Elan Journo

The Dangerous Safety of College

Why our campuses are boiling over in left-wing rage instead of discourse HT Steve Simpson

California Today: A Gallery Flees and Neighborhood Activists Cheer

10 Ways You Can Actively Reject Your White Privilege HT Yaron Brook

50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat HT Mark Nitikman, Michael Brown

Robb Wolf: Wired to Eat

G.O.P. Senators Suggest Changes for Health Care Bill Offered by House

Cruz: Let’s overrule Senate officer to expand ObamaCare bill

The Libertarian Reader: Classic & Contemporary Writings from Lao-Tzu to Milton Friedman

FBI Director Comey: “There Is No Such Thing As Absolute Privacy In America” HT Daniel Henry

Teachers, pastors hit Texas Senate’s school voucher bill as ‘sinful’ privatization HT Rob Abiera

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“Law of Conservation of Dictatorial Energy?” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

Perhaps Castro had to finally die–good riddance–due to the ramping up of Trump’s administration? This and more on today’s show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Conservation of energy

Remember Elian Gonzalez? He’s Back to Praise Fidel Castro

The Association for Objective Law’s Friend of the Court Brief Submitted in Elian Gonzalez’s Case

5 Terrible Responses to Fidel Castro’s Death From World Leaders

Cruz: The Truth about Fidel and Raul

Ghate: One Small Step For Dictatorship

Premature Evaluation?

Trump Claims, With No Evidence, That ‘Millions of People’ Voted Illegally

Donald Trump’s New York Times Interview: Full Trumpscript HT Quent Cordair

U.S. Boosts Refiners’ 2017 Biofuel Quotas to Record Levels HT Stephanie Gutmann

Trump Cabinet Picks So Far: Good, Bad and Ugly

‘After the beating’: Moroccan TV airs makeup tips for hiding domestic violence

“Fog Bow” by Melvin Nicholson HT Lee Wardlaw

Fun With Mozart

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