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Yaron and Amy: “Why Not ‘Atlas Lobbied’?” TODAY at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT)

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.

Program Notes

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

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“From Reality TV to Fantasy Policy,” (with Yaron Brook), Sunday at 4 p.m. ET (1 p.m. PT)

Yaron is finally back after his travels to the UK and Colorado, and he’s agreed to squeeze in a show with me tomorrow! (Usually we’ll be trying to do our shows on Saturdays.)

The title of this week’s show is taken from this tweet:

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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Program Notes

Shut Up About Daylight Saving Time, It’s Actually Great HT Brian McDaniel

Trump’s Abrupt ‘Yes’ to North Korea: The 45 Minutes That Could Alter History

The First Porn President

Steve Bannon Is Done Wrecking the American Establishment. Now He Wants to Destroy Europe’s. HT this article and the next, Benjamin Chayes

After Italy vote, people line up for universal basic income for unemployed, reports say

Cost for California bullet train system rises to $77.3 billion

AI Has a Hallucination Problem That’s Tough to Fix HT Brian Yoder

A Passionate Call for a Commitment to the Truth HT Mark Nitikman

Civility Isn’t Surrender

Program Notes are subject to change based on last-minute events, chance encounters of stories in social media feeds, and sudden flashes of insight/inspiration. 😀

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“The Consequences of Cowardice,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

Philosopher Ayn Rand was quoted as saying “I am not brave enough to be a coward. I see the consequences too clearly.” What have been the consequences of cowardice with respect to North Korea? What might be the consequences with respect to Antifa? 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

Hurricane Harvey: where you can donate to help with disaster relief and recovery

The Letters of Ayn Rand

North Korean missile flies over Japan, escalating tensions and prompting an angry response from Tokyo

Gianluca Spezza

The real crisis in North Korea is not the one you’ve been hearing about

Black-clad antifa members attack peaceful right-wing demonstrators in Berkeley

Berkeley Mayor: If The School Doesn’t Shut Down Right-Wing Speakers Next Month, Antifa Will Riot

Yes, antifa is the moral equivalent of neo-Nazis HT Rob Abiera

Hurricane Harvey’s Men, Women, and Children

No regrets: how to make big & scary decisions


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