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DLIGU: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of *Others’* Happiness? Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

In addition to the obligatory shredding of Barack Obama’s speech on his proposed changes to the NSA’s surveillance programs, we’ll be talking about some ideas discussed by Mark Levin and Hugh Hewitt during Levin’s recent interview of Hewitt. See Program Notes, below, for links to all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

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Program Notes:

Via New York Times: Obama’s Speech on N.S.A. Phone Surveillance

WSJ: Obama Says Government Mass Collection of U.S. Phone Data Will End

Mark Levin interview of Hugh Hewitt. Relevant clips start about 9 min. before end of show.

A Three-Video News Sandwich


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