In the tradition of friendly debates among Objectivists, the second hour of tomorrow’s show will be a discussion between our own Bosch Fawstin and Yaron Brook about the terminology we should use to refer to the enemy’s ideology. Those of you who have heard my appearances as a guest host for Tammy Bruce may recall that I interviewed Leonard Peikoff about this topic in June. I’ve isolated that segment of the interview, which you can listen to here, in advance of tomorrow’s show. You may also want to read Bosch’s piece, “Non-Muslim Muslims and the Jihad Against the West,” in which Bosch lays out his case.
The first hour of tomorrow’s show will be the usual discussion of some of the week’s events. I’ll post program notes here tomorrow, an hour or two before the start of the show. Given the outrage on social media today about the suspension of the star of Duck Dynasty by A & E, and the accompanying misuse of the word “censorship,” we are likely to discuss that topic during the first hour.
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