Yaron is back for a week, so we’ll be doing a show today at our usual time!
The title is based on a question I raised on Facebook–one inspired by recent discussions there about potentially regulating Facebook, or perhaps suing Facebook for apparent bias against conservative thinkers in applying its Community Standards. See Program Notes, below, for the stories, etc., I have planned to discuss with Yaron.
The show will be broadcast live via streaming video on Yaron’s YouTube Channel as well as on his show’s Facebook page here.
Koreans Set the Table for a Deal That Trump Will Try to Close
To Catch a Killer: A Fake Profile on a DNA Site and a Pristine Sample
Should Big Tech be held more liable for the content on their platforms? An AEIdeas online symposium
Philosophy: Who Needs It
The focus of today’s “None of the Above” with Yaron Brook will be stories which bring to mind what Ronald Reagan called “the nine most terrifying words in the English language”: “I’m From the Government, and I’m here to help.”
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.
See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I’ve lined up to discuss with him.
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