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1)  World population hits eight billion
2)  Appeals court ruling keeps Biden student debt scam on hold
3)  Russia: Putin proposes to revoke citizenship for criticising military
4)  SCOTUS allows Capitol riot exploitation committee to access Arizona GOP chair's phone records
5)  NASA clears Artemis 1 moon rocket for November 16 launch despite storm damage
6)  Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pledges to "give away" most of his wealth
7)  Palestine: Occupation troops murder teen
8)  Haiti: Henry ousts top officials amid US sanctions
9)  Welcoming New Members, Progressive Caucus Vows to "Double Down" on Bold Agenda
10) Binance creates industry recovery fund to help projects struggling with liquidity
11) Google to pay nearly $400 million in bribes to settle state location-tracking probe
12) Iran: Regime court orders first official state murder of Amini protester
13) Musk mocks claim he's starving Twitter employees by ending free lunches
14) Apple Hit With Class Action Alleging It Tracks Users Despite Privacy Assurances
15) Afghanistan: Taliban leader orders Sharia law punishments
16) Hong Kong: Beijing quisling regime calls for investigation after Hong Kong anthem replaces Beijing anthem at rugby game
17) Colombia: Two women busted for smuggling cocaine hidden in hair extensions
18) NASA's tiny CAPSTONE probe arrives at the moon
19) Amazon plans to lay off 10,000 employees
20) Mexico: Thousands protest AMLO's electoral reform proposal

Today's Freedom Commentary:

21) They Will Lock You Down Again
22) Dear Political Reporters: Can We Please Hold Off on 2024 Presidential Predictions?
23) Did Federal Censors Swing the 2020 Election?
24) Why the Hell Haven't We Ended the Cuba Embargo Already?
25) The Last President Worth Voting For?
26) Could GOP's Extremism Fuel "Blue Wave" in 2024?
27) 2022 Was Another Nail in the Modern Monetary Theory Coffin
28) Reed/Inhofe Amendment Would Open Floodgates for War Profiteers
29) The GOP Had It Coming
30) Where Is the Free Market Utopia?
31) Biden & Mayorkas can't escape blame for migrant crisis by scapegoating their border czar
32) Gender, Race, and the Economy: Social Constructs All
33) A Potted Plant Could Beat a Trump Republican
34) The Atlantic: A Shitty Propaganda Rag Run By Elitist Wankers
35) What did Americans really learn on November 8?
36) Legal Definitions Of Money And Credit
37) Education choice supporters win big in 2022 midterm elections
38) The Wave Against Weirdness
39) Why Liz Truss Failed While Margaret Thatcher (Partly) Succeeded
40) Weak Link in Chain of Corruption
41) Winners From the Midterms? SCOTUS Right Wing
42) Ken Kesey and the Rush to Deinstitutionalization
43) Trump is Still the Demon King of US Politics
44) New Chinese leadership won't change Taiwan policy
45) How The Midterms Broke Donald Trump
46) Is Ukraine Just the Beginning?
47) The twilight of Nietzsche
48) The Cure In Our Hands
49) Georgia Isn't Just Gravy
50) To err is human, but to really foul up a rental market requires rent control

Today's Freedom Podcast and Video:

51) Reason Roundtable, 11/14/22
52) Rising, 11/14/22
53) The Charles C.W. Cooke Podcast, episode 8
54) Ron Paul Liberty Report, 11/14/22
55) Antiwar News with Dave DeCamp, 11/14/22
56) EconTalk, 11/14/22
57) The Bryan Hyde Show, 11/14/22
58) The Corbett Report, episode 432
59) Finding Freedom, episode 359
60) Conflicts of Interest, episode 349

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1)  World population hits eight billion
Source: The Hill

"The world's population is projected to hit an estimated 8 billion people on Tuesday, according to a United Nations projection, with much of the growth coming from developing nations in Africa. ... 'The population in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa is projected to double between 2022 and 2050, putting additional pressure on already strained resources and challenging policies aimed to reduce poverty and inequalities,' the U.N. report said. It projected the world's population will reach around 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050 and 10.4 billion in 2100." (11/15/22)

https://thehill.com/homenews/ap/ap-international/ap-world-population-hits-8-billion-creating-many-challenges/

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2)  Appeals court ruling keeps Biden student debt scam on hold
Source: SFGate

"President Joe Biden's plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers lost another battle in court on Monday when a federal appeals court panel agreed to a preliminary injunction halting the program while an appeal plays out. The ruling by the three-judge panel from the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis came days after a federal judge in Texas blocked the program, saying it usurped Congress' power to make laws. The Texas case was appealed and the administration is likely to appeal the 8th Circuit ruling as well. The plan would cancel $10,000 in student loan debt for those making less than $125,000 or households with less than $250,000 in income. Pell Grant recipients, who typically demonstrate more financial need, would get an additional $10,000 in debt forgiven. The cancellation applies to federal student loans used to attend undergraduate and graduate school, along with Parent Plus loans." (11/14/22)

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Appeals-court-ruling-keeps-Biden-student-debt-17583774.php

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3)  Russia: Putin proposes to revoke citizenship for criticising military
Source: WION [India]

"Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed an amendment to legislation, allowing officials to revoke their citizenship if the Russian military is shown in poor light or criticised, state media reported. The amendments to the bill, originally adopted by the State Duma in April, deem 'public dissemination of deliberately false information about the Russian Armed Forces' to be a crime, holding it to be sufficient for cancelling of Russian passports, thereby citizenship. It primarily targets those who acquired citizenship through passport and not by birthright, for example, as a result of Russia's 'annexation' of new territories. Among the changes proposed by Putin includes violating Russia's territorial integrity, publicly calling for extremism, threatening the life of a government official, and abusing the state emblem and flag." (11/14/22)

https://www.wionews.com/world/russian-president-vladimir-putin-proposes-to-revoke-citizenship-for-criticising-military-533982

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4)  SCOTUS allows Capitol riot exploitation committee to access Arizona GOP chair's phone records
Source: Politico

"The Supreme Court has cleared the way for the House's Jan. 6 select committee to obtain the phone records of Arizona GOP Chair Kelli Ward, a key ally during Donald Trump's effort to subvert the 2020 election. The justices, with noted opposition from Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, on Monday denied Ward's emergency motion to block the panel from enforcing a subpoena against T-Mobile to obtain Ward's records. The panel is seeking evidence related to Ward's coordination with Trump and his allies to assemble a slate of pro-Trump [fake] presidential electors intended to help disrupt the transfer of power on Jan. 6, 2021. Ward, who served as one of those pro-Trump electors, pleaded the Fifth when interviewed by the panel in March." (11/14/22)

https://www.politico.com/news/2022/11/14/supreme-court-allows-jan-6-committee-to-access-arizona-gop-chairs-phone-records-00066746

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5)  NASA clears Artemis 1 moon rocket for November 16 launch despite storm damage
Source: Space.com

"NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission will once again attempt to launch after all. Mission managers met on Monday (Nov. 14) to discuss the flight readiness of the Artemis 1's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft following slight damage caused by Hurricane Nicole, which was swiftly downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall, on Thursday (Nov. 10). Despite the fact that a band of insulating caulking on Orion was damaged by high winds during the storm's landfall, Mike Sarafin, Artemis mission manager at NASA headquarters in Washington, said 'there's no change in our plan to attempt to launch on the 16th' during a media teleconference today (Nov. 14). ... Artemis 1 will see an uncrewed Orion spacecraft launch atop the SLS vehicle into lunar orbit. The mission is intended to lay the groundwork for future Artemis missions that will see humankind return to the moon with the eventual goal of establishing a sustainable human presence there." (11/14/22)

https://www.space.com/nasa-clears-artemis-1-moon-rocket-for-launch

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6)  Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pledges to "give away" most of his wealth
Source: BBC News [UK state media]

"Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has said he plans to give away most of his $124bn (£107bn) fortune during his lifetime. The businessman told news network CNN he would donate his wealth to fighting climate change and reducing inequality. He has previously been criticised for not promising to dedicate his fortune to charity. Investor Warren Buffett, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and Mr Bezos's ex-wife MacKenzie Scott have all promised to give their money away. Mr Bezos revealed his plans after donating $100m to the country music star and philanthropist Dolly Parton to use for charitable causes. Asked by CNN whether he intended to give away most of his wealth within his lifetime, Mr Bezos told the network: 'Yeah, I do.'" (11/14/22)

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-63619512

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7)  Palestine: Occupation troops murder teen
Source: Al Jazeera [Qatar state media]

"The Israeli army has shot dead a 15-year-old Palestinian girl in the town of Beitunia near Ramallah in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian health ministry identified the victims as 15-year-old Fulla Rasmi Abdelazeez Masalmeh. 'She was due to turn 16 on her birthday tomorrow. She was killed when occupation soldiers fired at her during a raid on Beitunia,' it said in a statement on Monday. ... An Israeli army statement said soldiers spotted a 'suspicious vehicle accelerating towards them during an operation by security forces,' according to Israeli media. The forces signalled for the vehicle to stop, but it accelerated towards them, after which they fired at the vehicle, the statement said." (11/14/22)

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/11/14/israeli-army-kills-palestinian-female-teenager-in-west-bank

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8)  Haiti: Henry ousts top officials amid US sanctions
Source: ABC News

"Prime Minister Ariel Henry has dismissed Haiti's justice minister, interior minister and its government commissioner in a fresh round of political upheaval. Former Justice Minister Berto Dorce first fired Government Commissioner Jacques Lafontant on Henry's orders before being ousted himself days later along with Interior Minister Liszt Quitel, according to documents that The Associated Press obtained on Monday. Quitel had previously served as justice minister. Henry did not say why the officials were removed, and his spokesman could not be immediately reached for comment. ... The dismissals come a month after the U.S. government announced it was pulling the visas belonging to current and former Haitian government officials involved with gangs. The officials were not identified." (11/14/22)

https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/haiti-prime-minister-ousts-top-officials-amid-us-93258699

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9)  Welcoming New Members, Progressive Caucus Vows to "Double Down" on Bold Agenda
Source: Common Dreams

"The Congressional Progressive Caucus welcomed around a dozen newly elected members to its ranks on Sunday after bold candidates across the country -- from Summer Lee in Pennsylvania to Greg Casar in Texas -- delivered midterm wins that helped the Democratic Party stave off the widely predicted GOP 'red wave.' Buoyed by strong youth turnout, a majority of the candidates that the CPC's campaign arm endorsed for the November 8 contests emerged victorious last week, an outcome that will push the progressive bloc's membership above 100 in the 118th Congress. ... The latest membership boost comes after the CPC enacted structural changes in 2020 aimed at making the bloc more cohesive and capable of using its size as leverage in key legislative fights." (11/14/22)

https://www.commondreams.org/news/2022/11/14/welcoming-new-members-progressive-caucus-vows-double-down-bold-agenda

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10) Binance creates industry recovery fund to help projects struggling with liquidity
Source: CoinTelegraph

"As the effects of the FTX crisis continue to affect the markets negatively, crypto exchange Binance is creating a fund to help potentially strong projects that are having liquidity issues. In a tweet, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said that the fund aims to reduce the cascading negative effects of the collapse of FTX by helping projects that the Binance CEO described as 'strong, but in a liquidity crisis.' While Zhao did not provide all the information on which projects would qualify, he told teams who believe they may fit the criteria to contact Binance Labs, the exchange's venture capital arm." (11/14/22)

https://cointelegraph.com/news/binance-creates-industry-recovery-fund-to-help-projects-struggling-with-liquidity

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11) Google to pay nearly $400 million in bribes to settle state location-tracking probe
Source: Reuters

"Alphabet's Google (GOOGL.O) will pay $391.5 million to settle allegations by 40 states that the search and advertising giant illegally tracked users' locations, the Michigan attorney general's office said Monday. The investigation and settlement, which was led by Oregon and Nebraska, is a sign of mounting legal headaches for the tech giant from state attorneys general who have aggressively targeted the firm's user tracking practices in recent months. In addition to the payment, Google must be more transparent with consumers about when location tracking is occurring and give users detailed information about location-tracking data on a special web page, the Iowa attorney general's office said." (11/14/22)

https://www.reuters.com/legal/exclusive-google-pay-about-400-million-settle-location-tracking-lawsuit-sources-2022-11-14/

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12) Iran: Regime court orders first official state murder of Amini protester
Source: Al Jazeera [Qatar state media]

"A court in Tehran has issued the first death sentence to a person involved in Iran's ongoing protests and handed out prison terms to several others. The Iranian judiciary said late on Sunday that an unnamed individual has been sentenced to execution for 'setting fire to a government centre, disturbing public order and collusion for committing crimes against national security' in addition to 'moharebeh' (waging war against God) and 'corruption on Earth.' Five more unnamed people, who authorities described as 'rioters' -- a word the government uses to describe the ongoing protests and those participating in them -- were handed between five and 10 years in prison on national security-related charges." (11/14/22)

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/11/14/iran-court-issues-first-death-sentence-for-protests

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13) Musk mocks claim he's starving Twitter employees by ending free lunches
Source: Fox News

"A Georgia-based activist was ripped on social media for accusing Elon Musk of starving Twitter employees, after it was revealed that free lunches will no longer be provided at the company. On Friday, The New York Times released a report detailing Musk's tumultuous takeover of Twitter, with workers telling the paper that their new boss plans to make employees pay for lunch at the company cafeteria. Lunches were free under previous management. That same day, 'super followable' Democrat activist Andrew Wortman shared a link to the article, writing, 'He fired 3/4 of the employees. Now he's planning to starve the rest of them. He's failure incarnate.' A number of prominent Twitter accounts mocked Wortman for equating paid lunches with starvation, including Musk himself." (11/14/22)

https://www.foxnews.com/media/elon-musk-mocks-claim-starving-twitter-employees-ending-free-lunches-parody

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14) Apple Hit With Class Action Alleging It Tracks Users Despite Privacy Assurances
Source: MacRumors

"Apple is facing a proposed federal class action alleging that it records users' mobile activity without their consent and despite privacy assurances, in violation of the California Invasion of Privacy Act, reports Bloomberg. In a lawsuit filed by New York citizen and iPhone 13 owner Elliot Libman, Apple is accused of 'utterly false' assurances that users are in control of what information they share when they use its stock iPhone apps. Specifically, the class action claims that Apple mobile device options to disable the sharing of device analytics and opting out of settings such as 'Allow Apps to Request to Track' do nothing to stop Apple from continuing to collect data relating to users' browsing and activity for monetization purposes." (11/14/22)

https://www.macrumors.com/2022/11/14/apple-class-action-user-tracking-allegations/

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15) Afghanistan: Taliban leader orders Sharia law punishments
Source: BBC News [UK state media]

"Taliban leader Haibatullah Akhundzada has ordered Afghan judges to impose punishments for certain crimes that may include public amputations and stoning. His spokesman said offences such as robbery, kidnapping and sedition must be punished in line with the group's interpretation of Islamic Sharia law. When in power in the 1990s, the Taliban were condemned for such punishments, which included public executions. They promised to rule more moderately when they retook power last year. But since then the militant Islamist group has steadily cracked down on freedoms. Women's rights in particular have been severely restricted. The Taliban's supreme leader said judges must punish criminals according to Sharia, if the crime committed is a violation of those laws. The Taliban's spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted late on Sunday that the 'obligatory' command came after Mullah Akhundzada met a group of judges." (11/14/22)

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-63624400

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16) Hong Kong: Beijing quisling regime calls for investigation after Hong Kong anthem replaces Beijing anthem at rugby game
Source: The Guardian [UK]

"Hong Kong's government has strongly criticised a rugby sevens tournament after a song from the city's protest movement was played in place of the Chinese national anthem during a match in South Korea. Hong Kong said it 'strongly deplores and opposes' the playing of a song associated with 'violent protests' and the pro-independence movement in 2019, when the Chinese national anthem, March of the Volunteers, should have been played. Authorities did not name the song but online footage from Sunday's match suggests that Glory to Hong Kong, a song that rose to popularity during the 2019 protest movement, was played before the cup final match between Hong Kong and South Korea in Incheon. A statement from the government called for an investigation into the incident." (11/14/22)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/nov/14/glory-to-hong-kong-protest-song-played-instead-of-china-national-anthem-rugby-sevens-game-south-korea

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17) Colombia: Two women busted for smuggling cocaine hidden in hair extensions
Source: New York Post

"It was a hairy situation. Two women were arrested in Colombia Thursday for attempting to smuggle cocaine in their hair extensions, the Colombian Ministry of Defense said. The ladies, who used the extensions to create elaborate, poofy hairstyles, were busted at two separate airports in the South American country, the agency said. They were headed to Madrid, Spain, and were stopped after going through security when a body scan showed foreign objects were stashed in their hair, Col. Carlos Alberto Potes said. The drugs were hidden in small, round black tubes and were strapped to the suspects' scalps underneath the extensions, images show. Authorities in Colombia proudly displayed the contraband they recovered alongside the hair extensions and the suspects in a series of images. In all, about 2 kilos of the powdery white drug were recovered." (11/14/22)

https://nypost.com/2022/11/14/two-women-arrested-for-smuggling-cocaine-in-hair-extensions/

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18) NASA's tiny CAPSTONE probe arrives at the moon
Source: Space.com

"A tiny NASA spacecraft's historic trek to the moon is over. The 55-pound (25 kilograms) CAPSTONE probe slipped into orbit around the moon on Sunday evening (Nov. 13), becoming the first cubesat ever to visit Earth's nearest neighbor. The milestone came after a successful engine burn that ended at 7:39 p.m. EST (0039 GMT on Nov. 14), NASA officials said in a brief update(opens in new tab). ... NASA plans to launch the first pieces of Gateway, a crucial part of its Artemis program of moon exploration, in 2024. But the agency wants to learn more about lunar NRHOs first, and that's where CAPSTONE comes in: The microwave-oven-sized spacecraft will verify the suspected stability of this orbit, which a spacecraft has never flown in before, during a mission designed to last at least six months." (11/14/22)

https://www.space.com/nasa-capstone-cubesat-arrives-moon

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19) Amazon plans to lay off 10,000 employees
Source: SFGate

"Amazon plans to lay off approximately 10,000 people in corporate and technology jobs starting as soon as this week, people with knowledge of the matter said, in what would be the largest job cuts in the company's history. The cuts will focus on Amazon's devices organization, including the voice-assistant Alexa, as well as at its retail division and in human resources, said the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly. The total number of layoffs remains fluid. But if it stays around 10,000, that would represent roughly 3% of Amazon's corporate employees and less than 1% of its global workforce of more than 1.5 million, which is primarily composed of hourly workers." (11/14/22)

https://www.sfgate.com/business/article/Amazon-Is-Said-to-Plan-to-Lay-Off-Thousands-of-17583439.php

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20) Mexico: Thousands protest AMLO's electoral reform proposal
Source: Deutsche Welle [German state media]

"Tens of thousands of people demonstrated on Sunday in Mexico City against electoral reforms put forward by Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO). In addition to the march in the capital, demonstrations were also held in 25 other cities. Protesters argue that the reform will undermine the National Electoral Institute (INE) .... AMLO has accused the INE of endorsing fraud during his failed election bids in 2006 and 2012. He has been president since winning in 2018. AMLO's reform proposal would replace the INE with a new body with members chosen by voters instead of lawmakers. The replacement organization would also have a smaller budget under the proposal. The proposal would reduce the number of seats in the lower house of Congress from 500 to 300 and those in the Senate from 128 to 96. It would also cut financing for political parties and limit advertising time." (11/14/22)

https://www.dw.com/en/mexico-thousands-protest-amlos-electoral-reform-proposal/a-63744728

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21) They Will Lock You Down Again
Source: Brownstone Institute
by Jeffrey A Tucker

"The lords of lockdown barely escaped their worst possible fate, namely that the topic would become the national and international source of scandal that it should be. And let's add the vaccine mandates here too: even if such had been morally justified, which they were not, there is absolutely no practical reason for them at all. To have imposed both of these within the course of one year -- with zero evidence that they achieved anything for public health and vast amounts of unfolding evidence that they ruined life quality for countless millions -- qualifies as a scandal for the ages. ... The principle seems to have emerged among the agencies, intellectuals, and politicians who did this. Whatever you do, never admit to having made any major mistakes." (11/14/22)

https://brownstone.org/articles/they-will-lock-you-down-again/

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22) Dear Political Reporters: Can We Please Hold Off on 2024 Presidential Predictions?
Source: The New Republic
by Walter Shapiro

"On Thursday, barely 36 hours after the last polls closed on Election Day and when control of both the Senate and the House had yet to be called, the New York Times heralded on its homepage a piece of commentary by Frank Bruni. The former Times columnist, who now teaches journalism at Duke, breathlessly handicapped the contenders for the 2024 Democratic nomination, if Joe Biden doesn't run. Bruni was far from alone. ... We are just coming off congressional elections when the media couldn't get the storyline right 24 hours in advance. The Republican red sea that most political reporters and TV commentators had conjured up proved to a mirage in the desert of parched imaginations. Yet before all the 2022 races are even decided, the pundit parade -- without a hint of humility -- is eagerly handicapping what will happen at the conventions in the summer of 2024." (11/14/22)

https://newrepublic.com/article/168764/2024-presidential-election-predictions-biden-trump-desantis

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23) Did Federal Censors Swing the 2020 Election?
Source: JimBovard.com
by James Bovard

"Did the Russiagate conspiracy entitle the federal government to censor Americans forever? Did federal shenanigans swing the 2020 election? A new report reveals how a new federal agency and federal grantees exploited a 2016 scam to launch the greatest covert censorship campaign in U.S. history." (11/14/22)

https://jimbovard.com/blog/2022/11/14/did-federal-censors-swing-the-2020-election/

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24) Why the Hell Haven't We Ended the Cuba Embargo Already?
Source: The Daily Beast
by Ben Burgis

"The UN General Assembly just voted for the 30th consecutive year to condemn America's economic embargo on Cuba. Yes, you read that right. They did this in 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, and 1993. And it wasn't a close vote. Brazil, under the leadership of right-wing extremist Jair Bolsonaro, abstained. So did Ukraine, which is for obvious reasons entirely reliant on the goodwill of the United States. But only the United States and Israel voted 'no.' The other 185 countries that participated all voted to beg the United States to lift the embargo. So why on Earth hasn't it?" (11/14/22)

https://www.thedailybeast.com/why-the-hell-havent-we-ended-the-cuba-embargo-already

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25) The Last President Worth Voting For?
Source: Law & Liberty
by Paul Moreno

"One of my colleagues, Richard Gamble, calls Grover Cleveland 'the last President worth voting for.' I would make a case for Ronald Reagan, Calvin Coolidge, and William Howard Taft, but Cleveland certainly was, as Troy Senik puts it in his A Man of Iron, the last Democrat 'to embrace the classical liberal principles of the party's founder, Thomas Jefferson.' Senik, a media man and speechwriter for George W. Bush, makes a strong case for the restoration to public memory of the forgotten twenty-second (and twenty-fourth) President. He hits the nail on the head when he argues that we forget Cleveland because he does not meet the expectations that contemporary Americans have for the presidency. By pre-twentieth-century standards, Senik argues, he was great before the progressives established 'the pathological way we've come to think about the office.'" (11/14/22)

https://lawliberty.org/book-review/the-last-president-worth-voting-for/

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26) Could GOP's Extremism Fuel "Blue Wave" in 2024?
Source: The Hill
by Juan Williams

"You are now warned. Next year there will be even more Republicans in Congress who deny that President Biden won the last presidential election. Yes, there will be more 2020 election deniers on Capitol Hill than the current 139 in the House and 8 in the Senate. Almost half of voters in the midterm elections, 44 percent, told Fox News Voter Analysis that their top concern is the threat to democracy. That high level of fear for American democracy is second only to the 51 percent of voters who labeled inflation their prime concern. The threat to democracy is a bigger fright for voters than the 24 percent of voters who said the most important factor shaping their vote was the Supreme Court's June decision overturning the right to have an abortion." (11/14/22)

https://thehill.com/opinion/3733700-juan-williams-gops-extremism-could-fuel-blue-wave-in-2024/

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27) 2022 Was Another Nail in the Modern Monetary Theory Coffin
Source: Libertarian Institute
by Connor O'Keeffe

"It's been a rough year for advocates of modern monetary theory (MMT). After nearly two years with all the budget deficits and money printing MMTers could have wanted, the doctrine's popularity seems to have faded now that we're well passed the honeymoon phase. Twenty twenty-two has clearly demonstrated that creating a lot of new money and running massive government deficits does, in fact, come at a cost. We should let this theory die before it causes any more destruction." (11/14/22)

https://libertarianinstitute.org/articles/2022-was-another-nail-in-the-modern-monetary-theory-coffin

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28) Reed/Inhofe Amendment Would Open Floodgates for War Profiteers
Source: Common Dreams
by Medea Benjamin & Nicolas JS Davies

"If the powerful leaders of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Senators Jack Reed (D) and Jim Inhofe (R), have their way, Congress will soon invoke wartime emergency powers to build up even greater stockpiles of Pentagon weapons. The amendment is supposedly designed to facilitate replenishing the weapons the United States has sent to Ukraine, but a look at the wish list contemplated in this amendment reveals a different story. Reed and Inhofe's idea is to tuck their wartime amendment into the FY2023 National Defense Appropriation Act (NDAA) that will be passed during the lameduck session before the end of the year. ... If the Reed/Inhofe amendment is really aimed at replenishing the Pentagon's supplies, then why do the quantities in its wish list vastly surpass those sent to Ukraine?" (11/14/22)

https://www.commondreams.org/views/2022/11/14/reedinhofe-amendment-would-open-floodgates-war-profiteers

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29) The GOP Had It Coming
Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

"Republicans have long emphasized the importance of taking individual responsibility for one's actions. In fact, one of their most popular mantras is, 'With freedom comes responsibility.' Republicans have long applied their mantra to Democrats. Whenever they are faced with the adverse consequences of their war on poverty, for example, Democrats have responded, 'Please judge us by our good intentions, not by the actual consequences of our programs.' Republicans have responded, 'No, your good intentions are irrelevant. You need to take individual responsibility for the negative consequences that your war-on-poverty programs have produced.' The problem, however, is that Republicans refuse to apply their mantra to themselves. ... A perfect example of this phenomenon is the mid-term elections, where the Big Red Wave turned out to be a Tiny Red Ripple." (11/14/22)

https://www.fff.org/2022/11/14/the-gop-had-it-coming/

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30) Where Is the Free Market Utopia?
Source: American Institute for Economic Research
by Art Carden

"The Great Reversal defends a provocative and surprising thesis: the United States has given up on free markets while Europe has embraced them. As a result, Europeans pay less and get more in a lot of industries, like telecommunications and air travel. Throughout the book, New York University economist Thomas Philippon explains why the United States is no longer the seat of dynamic, innovative capitalism that it once was. It resonated with some of my recent experiences." (11/14/22)

https://www.aier.org/article/where-is-the-free-market-utopia/

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31) Biden & Mayorkas can't escape blame for migrant crisis by scapegoating their border czar
Source: New York Post
by Andrew Arthur

"Chris Magnus, President Joe Biden's border chief, resigned Saturday, ending a standoff with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who'd threatened to fire Magnus if he didn't step down. It's unclear whether the US Customs and Border Protection commissioner's resignation is a simple personnel matter or represents a shift in White House immigration policy -- but the administration is likely looking for a scapegoat for the humanitarian disaster at the southwest border it helped create. Biden inherited what Rodney Scott, his first Border Patrol chief, described last September as 'arguably the most effective border security' in US history, but he quickly allowed it to 'disintegrate' as 'inexperienced political appointees' ignored 'common sense border security recommendations from experienced career professionals.' Few Biden appointees had less experience than Magnus, whose career was largely spent in the upper Midwest and San Francisco Bay area." (11/13/22)

https://nypost.com/2022/11/13/biden-and-mayorkas-cant-escape-blame-for-migrant-crisis-by-scapegoating-their-border-czar/

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32) Gender, Race, and the Economy: Social Constructs All
Source: EconLog
by Akiva Malamet

"Over the past few years, I have noticed a discourse on the left [sic] that highlights the socially constructed nature of markets. These commentators argue that markets are mere social conventions and are therefore unreal and easily malleable. They claim that it is only due to greed, insufficient empathy, and/or the pernicious influence of pro-market forces that socialism or similar ideas have yet to be implemented, and that any inequities persist. Commentators may also conflate being pro-business with being pro-market. While they insist on capitalism as an arbitrary construct, many advocates adhere to an objective theory of economic value (particularly of labour). ... This discourse has a contrasting parallel on the political right [sic]. Many conservatives and libertarians (and most economists) argue that economics is 'real' and markets are necessary due to the fact of material scarcity and the presence of costs and tradeoffs." (11/14/22)

https://www.econlib.org/gender-race-and-the-economy-social-constructs-all/

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33) A Potted Plant Could Beat a Trump Republican
Source: Reason
by JD Tuccille

"Democrats didn't win the midterms so much as fail to completely lose them, despite Biden's reality-defying post-election claim that 'the overwhelming majority of the American people support the elements of my economic agenda.' Polls of Americans strongly suggest otherwise, and successes by Ron DeSantis, New York Republicans, and non-crazy GOP candidates elsewhere demonstrate that there is a national appetite for a serious alternative. But Trump-ish populists didn't satisfy that appetite. Given a choice between hubristic Democratic incompetence and culty Republican lunacy, voters pretty much split the difference, giving neither party a clear advantage." (11/14/22)

https://reason.com/2022/11/14/a-potted-plant-could-beat-a-trump-republican/

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34) The Atlantic: A Shitty Propaganda Rag Run By Elitist Wankers
Source: Caitlin Johnstone, Rogue Journalist
by Caitlin Johnstone

"The Atlantic, which is owned by billionaire Laurene Powell Jobs and run by neoconservative war propagandist Jeffrey Goldberg, has published a pair of articles that are appalling even by its own standards. Virulent Russiagater Anne Applebaum argues in 'Fear of Nuclear War Has Warped the West's Ukraine Strategy' that the US and its allies should escalate against Russia with full confidence that Putin won't respond with nuclear weapons. 'Here is the only thing we know: As long as Putin believes that the use of nuclear weapons won't win the war -- as long as he believes that to do so would call down an unprecedented international and Western response, perhaps including the destruction of his navy, of his communications system, of his economic model -- then he won't use them,' Applebaum writes." [editor's note: "Shitty" and "elitist" are weird synonyms for "obvious" – TLK] (11/13/22)

https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2022/11/13/the-atlantic-is-a-shitty-propaganda-rag-run-by-elitist-wankers/

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35) What did Americans really learn on November 8?
Source: The Hill
by Harlan Ullman

"Was democracy really saved from immolation by a fiery 'red wave' of newly elected radical officeholders? And was former President Trump's chokehold on his party weakened by the emergence of presidential aspirant Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.)? Or has an even broader lesson been completely missed? Could the election have been proof that American society has become shattered by the harshness and vindictiveness of its politics in which civility and consensus have been banned from the public discourse? But if that is a correct interpretation, will it be heeded or even recognized? Or is this politics as usual that simply reflects a deeply divided society grappling with many issues for which few or no good solutions exist? While arguments will be made to support each of these reactions, the real answer, as depressing as it may be, is that little to nothing of value will be absorbed." (11/14/22)

https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/3733302-what-did-americans-really-learn-on-nov-8/

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36) Legal Definitions Of Money And Credit
Source: Cobden Centre
by Alasdair Macleod

"At these times of growing confusion over the future of currencies' purchasing power, it is time to remove all doubt in the definitions of the differences between money, currency, and credit. This article traces the history and legal background to these relationships. Despite the failure of the Bretton Woods agreement in 1971 and the state propaganda that followed, the position is clear. Both historically and legally money is and remains metallic coin -- principally gold -- and the rest is credit." (11/14/22)

https://www.cobdencentre.org/2022/11/legal-definitions-of-money-and-credit/

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37) Education choice supporters win big in 2022 midterm elections
Source: Fox News
by Jason Bedrick & Lindsey M Burke

"Proponents of empowering parents with education choice should feel encouraged by the outcome of the midterm elections. States that went big on choice policies in the last two years overwhelmingly re-elected the policymakers who made it happen. Opponents of education choice have long claimed that choice policies were politically unpopular. Despite polls showing high levels of public support, opponents like the teachers unions were better organized and well-funded. When they threatened politicians with electoral consequences for supporting choice policies, that was often sufficient to push fence-sitters into voting against empowering families with education choice. But the lesson from the midterms for lawmakers inclined to support education choice is clear: Be not afraid!" (11/14/22)

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/education-choice-supporters-win-big-2022-midterm-elections

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38) The Wave Against Weirdness
Source: The Dispatch
by Chris Stirewalt

"I have read or heard many stupid, implausible, and self-serving explanations for this year's very unusual waveless midterm result -- what Democratic strategy guru Michael Meehan is calling the 'slack tide election.' But the worst explanations of all are the ones that suggest that the election was some kind of policy referendum or that candidates of one ideological bent or another did better or worse. Nope. Nope. Nope. The national consensus came down clearly, but it wasn't on policy. It was against weirdness. Being conservative didn't hurt; ask [Brian] Kemp or his southerly neighbor, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Being a weirdo, on the other hand, did. Think of the money Republicans wasted from coast to coast to propping up weird candidates ... all because the GOP primary electorate wouldn't choose normal candidates to take advantage of a favorable political climate." (11/14/22)

https://thedispatch.com/article/the-wave-against-weirdness/

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39) Why Liz Truss Failed While Margaret Thatcher (Partly) Succeeded
Source: Foundation for Economic Education
by Jess Gill

"Throughout her leadership election campaign, Liz Truss gave a strong impression that her government would be devoted to the free market. The Prime Minister ran on a platform dedicated towards 'freedom, low taxes and personal responsibility.' The newspapers depicted her as a radical libertarian and the next Margaret Thatcher. ... However, with the pound falling to its lowest ever level against the dollar, causing the Bank of England to intervene, Truss was quickly pressured into reversing the key pledges of the budget. Truss apologized for going 'too far and too fast' and within a few days she resigned making her the shortest serving prime minister in British history. As British libertarians hung their heads in disappointment and embarrassment, enemies of the free market smugly commented about how Liz Truss had destroyed free market philosophy." (11/14/22)

https://fee.org/articles/why-liz-truss-failed-while-margaret-thatcher-partly-succeeded/

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40) Weak Link in Chain of Corruption
Source: Common Sense
by Paul Jacob

"How do you replace anti-child school board members with persons of common sense? That is, with those who favor educating children rather than indoctrinating them with socialism and racism? This is not a battle that all parents need to fight directly on behalf of their own children. Those who can enroll them in a sane private or charter school, or homeschool them, may do that instead. But parents who are taking on corrupt school boards have found a couple of very effective approaches. One, recall campaigns. ... Two, regular board elections." (11/14/22)

https://thisiscommonsense.org/2022/11/14/weak-link-in-chain-of-corruption/

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41) Winners From the Midterms? SCOTUS Right Wing
Source: The American Prospect
by Paul Starr

"The Democrats beat both the historical odds and the pundits' expectations in the midterm elections. But when the dust settles, it's likely that only one national institution (the Supreme Court) will have unobstructed power for the next two years, and the question will be how the six Republicans who control the Court decide to use their power. Before the election, many Democrats were resigned to the loss of Congress as an unavoidable repeat of a well-established midterm pattern. Some may have agreed with one liberal commentator, Gene Lyons, who wrote in late October that midterm elections 'just don't matter a whole lot in terms of serious changes in the body politic. The U.S. Constitution is pretty much set up to prevent it.' ... contrary to Lyons, the Constitution does not preclude 'serious changes' in a divided government." (11/14/22)

https://prospect.org/justice/winners-from-midterms-supreme-courts-right-wing/

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42) Ken Kesey and the Rush to Deinstitutionalization
Source: Quillette
by Stephen Eide

"Ken Kesey (1935–2001) was a great admirer of manliness, a quality that would inform his countercultural indictment of America's attitude toward mental illness, and of postwar America more generally. The darkly comic 1962 novel for which he is known, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, likened US society to an asylum in which men (in particular) are stripped of freedom and psychologically castrated. ... Kesey's programmatic recommendation was to provide everyone, including those who seem troubled or dysfunctional, with more autonomy. It's a viewpoint that's gained enormous influence in the 60 years since One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest was published. Unfortunately, whatever the literary strengths of Kesey's signature novel, the movement it helped inspire has done much to harm both the mentally ill and the communities in which they live." (11/14/22)

https://quillette.com/2022/11/14/ken-kesey-and-the-rush-to-deinstitutionalization/

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43) Trump is Still the Demon King of US Politics
Source: CounterPunch
by Patrick Cockburn

"People who detest Donald Trump as the demon king of American politics are hoping that the feeble Republican performance in the midterm elections will weaken or dethrone him. ... The Republicans may have the worst of all possible worlds: a Trump too powerful to displace as party leader because he has the support of party activists; but, come election day, a leader who alienates more voters than he attracts, and is becoming an in-house political Jonah, ensuring the Republicans' continued under-performance in future elections." (11/14/22)

https://www.counterpunch.org/2022/11/14/trump-is-still-the-demon-king-of-us-politics/

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44) New Chinese leadership won't change Taiwan policy
Source: Responsible Statecraft
by Quinn Marschik

"According to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Chinese President Xi Jinping is speeding up his plans to take Taiwan. U.S. Navy head Admiral Michael Gilday agrees, arguing China could invade as soon as 2023. President Joe Biden will raise the Taiwan issue when he meets Xi for the first time during his presidency at the G20 summit in Indonesia. Biden will likely seek to determine Xi's intentions toward the island over the next few years. But when looking at the new foreign policy and military makeup of the Chinese Communist Party's new leadership team, talk of an accelerated takeover of Taiwan are more bluster than reality. In fact, Xi's new team reflects Taiwan policy continuity." (11/14/22)

https://responsiblestatecraft.org/2022/11/14/new-chinese-leadership-wont-change-taiwan-policy%EF%BF%BC

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45) How The Midterms Broke Donald Trump
Source: Town Hall
by Scott Morefield

"Because of some of my more recent takes on former president Donald Trump, I've been accused by column commenters and Twitter users alike of being -- gasp -- never trump. To be completely honest, it cut deep, Shrek, because it couldn't be further from the truth. My very first political article published at any sort of major conservative outlet, TheBlaze in 2015, was a show of support for the then newly minted GOP primary candidate, and over the ensuing years in various outlets, there were plenty, plenty more where that came from .... the moment the brash billionaire rode down that famous escalator, larger than life, and talked about building a wall on the border to raucous applause, I was convinced that not only was this the candidate who best represented my values, this was the candidate who could win in 2016." (11/14/22)

https://townhall.com/columnists/scottmorefield/2022/11/14/how-the-midterms-broke-donald-trump-n2615906

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46) Is Ukraine Just the Beginning?
Source: The American Conservative
by Ted Snider

"As a child growing up in Leningrad, Vladimir Putin lived in a run-down five-story building. He and his parents shared an apartment with two other families. The yard was filled with garbage, and the garbage was filled with rats. 'Putin and his friends used to chase after them with sticks, until one day a large rat, which he had cornered, turned and attacked him, giving him the fright of his life. The memory stayed with him, and years later he would draw the lesson: 'No one should be cornered. No one should be put in a situation where they have no way out.' Recounting the story in Putin, biographer Philip Short adds that the CIA, analyzing the tale, assumed that the story was less an important lesson Putin learned about how to treat others than it was a warning about how not to treat Putin." (11/14/22)

https://www.theamericanconservative.com/is-ukraine-just-the-beginning/

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47) The twilight of Nietzsche
Source: spiked
by Patrick West

"To the acolytes Nietzsche began to attract in the 1890s, he was a prophet. By this time, he had become insane, following a mental collapse in Turin in January 1889. In his followers' eyes, it was precisely this madness that afforded him mystical status. It was held up as proof that he had perceived the hideous reality of mankind's bleak fate, now that he had killed God. As Nietzsche himself had put it: 'If you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back at you.' Never mind that his madness may have had a more prosaic origin in syphilis. The last full year of Nietzsche's sanity was 1888. This is the focus for Lesley Chamberlain's study, Nietzsche in Turin. First published in 1997, it has now been re-issued in honour of its 25th anniversary." (11/14/22)

https://www.spiked-online.com/2022/11/14/the-twilight-of-nietzsche/

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48) The Cure In Our Hands
Source: Freeman's Perspective
by Paul Rosenberg

"We can complain about the huckster, but he's only in business because people have nowhere better to turn. They know they need something, but don't know what it might be, or where to find it. As it happens, the cure to a great number of those problems has been sitting in our hands for years, and we haven't properly appreciated it. I don't think I'm being overly dramatic when I say that liberty people (myself included) have failed the people in those pews. We applied our ideas to the tar pit of politics, but overlooked people like these ... people who needed help so badly that they'd chase hucksters. And we should have known." (11/14/22)

https://freemansperspective.com/the-cure-is-in-our-hands/

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49) Georgia Isn't Just Gravy
Source: The Nation
by Jeet Heer

"On Saturday night, news outlets declared the Nevada senatorial race for incumbent Catherine Cortez Masto, a victory ensuring that the Democrats will retain control of the Senate. The House remains unsettled, but even if the Republicans win that chamber, they will have so narrow a margin as to be unable to achieve much (or, more accurately, to do much damage). The Senate victory is a gratifying achievement ... but, to borrow the language of the film Wolf of Wall Street, those are still rookie numbers." (11/14/22)

https://www.thenation.com/article/politics/warnock-georgia-senate-runoff/

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50) To err is human, but to really foul up a rental market requires rent control
Source: Orange County Register
by Meg Tuszynski

"It seems straightforward. When prices get too high, price caps can keep them from going higher. Indeed, this is what residents in many places hard-hit by inflation are arguing should be done in the rental housing market. The fact is this: not only would price caps result in damaging unintended consequences, but they're not even the best method for achieving reasonable rental prices. Instead, proponents of affordable rental housing should argue for measures that increase economic freedom. Yet in many cities and counties across the country, rent control is now an active political concern." (11/13/22)

https://www.ocregister.com/2022/11/13/to-err-is-human-but-to-really-foul-up-a-rental-market-requires-rent-control/

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51) Reason Roundtable, 11/14/22
Source: Reason

"Peter Suderman, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and special guest Eric Boehm examine initial takeaways from last week's midterm elections." (11/14/22)

https://reason.com/podcast/2022/11/14/the-red-wave-that-wasnt/

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52) Rising, 11/14/22
Source: The Hill

"Batya Ungar-Sargon and Robby Soave discuss two major midterm races that were called over the weekend, including Catherine Cortez Masto's win in Nevada, and Mark Kelly's victory in Arizona, which gave Democrats control of the Senate."

https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/3734276-rising-november-14-2022/

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53) The Charles C.W. Cooke Podcast, episode 8
Source: National Review

"From his island perch in the Lucayan Archipelago, Charles takes a look at what he got wrong about the 2022 midterms, argues that it is well beyond time for the Republican Party to dump Donald Trump, and talks to Josh Sauerman about animatronics." (11/14/22)

https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/the-charles-c-w-cooke-podcast/episode-8-emergency-stop/

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54) Ron Paul Liberty Report, 11/14/22
Source: Ron Paul Liberty Report

"As 'Election Day' Becomes 'Election Week,' Something Has Broken In 'Our Democracy.'" (11/14/22)

https://rumble.com/v1ueqsk-as-election-day-becomes-election-week-something-has-broken-in-our-democracy.html

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55) Antiwar News with Dave DeCamp, 11/14/22
Source: Antiwar.com

"Blinken, Sullivan Against Milley's Push for Diplomacy, US Says 17 Killed in Somalia Strike, and More." (11/14/22)

https://rumble.com/v1u9sqd-blinken-sullivan-against-milleys-push-for-diplomacy-us-says-17-killed-in-so.html

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56) EconTalk, 11/14/22
Source: EconTalk

"Agnes Callard on Meaning, the Human Quest, and the Aims of Education." (11/14/22)

https://www.econtalk.org/agnes-callard-on-meaning-the-human-quest-and-the-aims-of-education/

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57) The Bryan Hyde Show, 11/14/22
Source: The Bryan Hyde Show

"The most serious gaslighting that's happening today is being directed at those of us who clearly recall how ugly the last 3 years have been. Todd Hayen explains how the guilty parties are working overtime to convince us that our concerns are much ado about nothing." (11/14/22)

https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-tf8fa-131348b

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58) The Corbett Report, episode 432
Source: The Corbett Report

"The CIA and the News Media 2.0." (11/14/22)

https://www.corbettreport.com/ciamedia2/

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59) Finding Freedom, episode 359
Source: Lions of Liberty

"Freedom Lovin' with Kevin Koskella." (11/14/22)

https://www.lionsofliberty.com/episodes/freedom-lovin-with-kevin-koskella

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60) Conflicts of Interest, episode 349
Source: Libertarian Institute

"Ukraine Wants 'Israel-Like' Weapons Industry." (11/13/22)

https://libertarianinstitute.org/kyle/coi-349-ukraine-wants-israel-like-weapons-industry/

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