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Our Founders Can’t Spin In Their Graves Fast Enough, tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

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Between the new Intelligence Authorization Act, Cromnibus, the new NLRB rules issued yesterday, and a few other gems, it seems our Founders can’t spin in their graves fast enough to keep up with the pace of the march toward statism. Join us during tonight’s show to discuss and vent a bit. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Check out Bosch’s Christmas Sale!

Congress ‘Endorses’ Warrantless Collection, Storage of U.S. Communications

Breaking: Congress Passes Bill Giving Police Unlimited Access to Citizens’ Private Communications

Don’t Tread On My Metadata

Senate Leaders Press for Quick Passage of Spending Bill

Big Labor Gets Early Christmas Present from NLRB

Trey Gowdy GRILLS Jonathan Gruber. Did You Apologize Because You Said It Or Meant It?

300 Former Obama Staffers Urge Elizabeth Warren to Run for President

J.L. Granatstein: Low oil prices are part of a Saudi long game HT Brian Tinker

Greenpeace apologises to people of Peru over Nazca lines stunt HT Rob Abiera

A Flawed Report’s Important Lesson

Atheists Face Persecution Worldwide, Report Says

Shimer College: the worst school in America? HT Brian Yoder

Nation’s Largest Eminent Domain Land Grab Defeated

Preet’s overreach: Insider-trading-case slapdown HT Yaron Brook

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