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Taxes, Twinkies, Terrorism and Testimony, Today at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET)

Planned topics for today’s podcast: Republican politicians and pundits are preparing for Congress to cave on taxes. Hostess Brands is the latest casualty of government interference in the economy. Israel acts to defend itself from terrorist attacks while the media misrepresents the nature of the conflict and the U.N. calls for *Israel* to show restraint. General David Petraeus resigns amid scandal and then changes his story when testifying before a House committee investigating the attacks on Americans in Benghazi — are these two related somehow?

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