Today we’ll start by taking some snapshots of various things — good and bad — in the culture (beats talking news & politics), and then we’ll get into some of the week’s top stories, including the latest on Snowden, Pelosi, Holder, etc.
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The out-of-context snapshot that could make you doubt the American Revolution
Vandalism of Lincoln Memorial
9 Movies that Prove Capitalism Isn’t All Bad
Bono: Only Capitalism Can End Poverty (Video)
But: Richard Salsman: American Think Little of Business Executives, And That’s Bad For The U.S. Economy
Jobs, the movie
U.S. Says Snowden Wouldn’t Face Death Penalty
How Nancy Pelosi Saved the NSA Surveillance Program
Holder Targets Texas in New Voting-Rights Push
Government shutdown looms over Obamacare
Ted Cruz’s campaign to Defund Obamacare
Are media buying into [Obama’s] ‘phony scandal’ claim?
College Republicans Deemed Security Threat, Refused Entrance to Obama’s Campus Speech
Happy New Year, all!
Again this week we’ll be having a shorter, one-hour show. Planned topics include: Year-end review and look to the year ahead. The Obama administration is working with Muslim Brotherhood jurist Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi. What does this mean for us, and which GOP candidate(s) would do the same? More good stuff from Steve Jobs — this time from a 1995 interview. Join in live if you’re free; otherwise the archive recording will be available for listening/download at your convenience. Both the live show and, later, the archive, can be accessed at this link.