10/24 -- Korean regimes exchange warning shots along maritime border; Contra Hobbes: Peace and Political Government are Opposites

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Today's Freedom News:

0)  Year-End Fundraiser Update
1)  Korean regimes exchange warning shots along maritime border
2)  UK: Sunak favorite for prime minister position after Johnson drops out
3)  Federal appeals court temporarily blocks Biden's student debt relief program
4)  China: Xi clinches third term, packs leadership with loyalists
5)  Ukraine war: Russian regime warns of escalation as Ukrainian homes shelled
6)  Republican National Committee sues Google over email spam filters
7)  Agent: Rushdie has lost sight in one eye and use of hand after stabbing
8)  NY: Disgraced former president's company to face criminal tax fraud charges on Monday
9)  Iran: Hackers breach atomic energy agency as protests persist
10) Guinea: Junta agrees return to civilian rule in two years
11) FL: Escaped murderer arrested while walking along interstate
12) Italy: Meloni sworn in as premier
13) AK: Gubernatorial candidate faces sexual harassment lawsuit
14) Mexicoo: Hurricane Roslyn batters Pacific coast with damaging winds, major rainfall
15) Philippines: Student "anti-cheating" exam hats go viral
16) Jones Seeks New Trial After $1 Billion Sandy Hook Verdict
17) Activist Sacheen Littlefeather exposed by sisters for reported fraudulent Native American identity
18) Somalia: Militants attack hotel in port city of Kismayo
19) CA: Boy disappeared in 2020; police say he was with a teacher
20) Court clears way for Capitol riot exploitation committee to get Ward's phone records

Today's Freedom Commentary:

21) Contra Hobbes: Peace and Political Government are Opposites
22) Always Opposing The Last War But Not The Current One
23) Fauci Can't Whitewash His Disastrous Legacy
24) NYT's Republicans "devil terms" front page is more media midterm madness
25) The continuing, destructive power of libertarianism
26) John Mackey: "Capitalism Is the Greatest Thing Mankind Has Ever Done"
27) Covering COVID: The new laissez-faire on the masks
28) Just when you thought Musk's Twitter foray couldn't get wilder
29) Liz Truss and Libertarianism
30) We Need to Stop Calling Far-Right Extremists "Conservatives"
31) Too much government
32) The Plank in Frank Fukuyama's Eye
33) How Biden, Progressives [sic] Got Saudi Arabia Wrong
34) The revenge of the technocrats
35) Biden Has an "Off-Ramp" on Ukraine
36) Are Bosses like Rulers?
37) Democrats in Deep Denial on Crime Problem
38) You Do Not Need To Store Your Kids' DNA in Case of Emergencies
39) School Choice Milestone Calls for New Approach
40) Virtual Power Brightens the Future
41) Memo to Democrats: Convince voters you care about their economic well-being
42) Ian and the Scurvy Knave
43) The last thing Haiti needs is a foreign military intervention
44) When Biden Does It ...
45) Colleges are brain-free zones
46) The Economic Disaster of the Pandemic Response
47) Can We Have Scarcity but Reject the "Scarcity Mindset?" in a Word, No
48) I Am Not Nostradamus!
49) To Fight Inflation [sic], Tax the ... Corporate Profiteers
50) Can Granny Flats Make California Affordable?

Today's Freedom Podcast and Video:

51) Free Talk Live, 10/23/22
52) Quillette Podcast, episode 200
53) AnarchoChristian, episode 90
54) Peter Van Buren on The Scott Horton Show
55) The Anarchist Experience, episode 394
56) This Week in Common Sense, 10/22/22
57) Agorist Nexus Podcast, episode 122
58) The Fifth Column, episode 378
59) The Chris Spangle Show, 10/21/22
60) Crime Squad, episode 3
61) Meme Wars, episode 1
62) The Tom Woods Show, episode 2223
63) Free Thoughts Podcast, episode 462
64) Nonzero, 10/21/22
65) Conflicts of Interest, episode 339

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0)  Year-End Fundraiser Update

A huge THANK YOU to supporters KL, CW and RWJR! Their donations over the weekend, totaling $280, bring our year-end fundraiser total (as of 6am Eastern time this morning) to $1,037.50! We're more than 40% of the way to our goal of $5,150!

Er, wait, Tom ... don't you mean more than 20%?

No, I don't. For the third year in a row, supporter GL has pledged "matching funds" of up to half our goal. We only have to raise $2,575 from the rest of you to make it to the $5,150 mark. So 20% from y'all is 40% of the total!

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1)  Korean regimes exchange warning shots along maritime border
Source: Axios

"The militaries of North and South Korea exchanged warning shots along their disputed maritime border on Monday, according to officials from both countries. The exchange along the western sea boundary comes in the wake of the North Korean military's recent spate of missile tests. The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement it broadcast warnings and fired warning shots early Monday local time after a North Korean merchant ship crossed the Northern Limit Line -- the de facto sea boundary drawn by the UN at the end of the 1950-53 Korean War." (10/24/22)

https://www.axios.com/2022/10/24/north-south-korea-exchange-warning-shots-maritime-border

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2)  UK: Sunak favorite for prime minister position after Johnson drops out
Source: France 24 [French state media]

"Rishi Sunak looked set to become Britain's next prime minister after Boris Johnson withdrew from the contest on Sunday, saying that although he had enough support to make the final ballot he realised the country and the Conservative Party needed unity. ... He said he had secured the backing of 102 lawmakers and could have been 'back in Downing Street,' but that he had failed to persuade either Sunak, or the other contender Penny Mordaunt, to come together 'in the national interest.' ... According to the rules, if only one candidate secures the backing of 100 Conservative lawmakers, they will be named prime minister on Monday. If two candidates pass the threshold, they will go forward to a vote of the party membership, with the winner announced on Friday, just days before new finance minister Jeremy Hunt lays bare the state of the country's finances in a budget plan due to be released on Oct. 31." (10/24/22)

https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20221024-sunak-favourite-to-be-uk-pm-after-johnson-drops-out

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3)  Federal appeals court temporarily blocks Biden's student debt relief program
Source: NBC News

"A federal appeals court on Friday halted implementation of President Joe Biden's student debt relief program, dealing a blow to the administration just days after it began accepting applications from borrowers to have as much as $20,000 in loans canceled. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals hit pause on the Biden administration's efforts while it considers an appeal from officials in six GOP-led states who had their lawsuit against the program dismissed by a federal judge on Thursday. In its one-page ruling, the court prohibited any student loan debt to be discharged under the program until the court rules on the appeal. The court said that the Biden administration had until Monday to respond." (10/21/22)

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/federal-appeals-court-temporarily-blocks-bidens-student-debt-relief-pr-rcna53531

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4)  China: Xi clinches third term, packs leadership with loyalists
Source: Reuters

"China's Xi Jinping secured a precedent-breaking third leadership term on Sunday and introduced a top governing body stacked with loyalists, cementing his place as the country's most powerful ruler since Mao Zedong. Shanghai Communist Party chief Li Qiang followed Xi onto the stage at the Great Hall of the People as the new Politburo Standing Committee was introduced, putting him in line to become premier when Li Keqiang retires in March. ... The unveiling of the Standing Committee and the 24-member Politburo comes a day after the closing of the Communist Party's 20th Congress, where amendments were added to the party charter cementing the core status of Xi and the guiding role of his political thought within the party." (10/23/22)

https://www.reuters.com/world/china/chinas-communist-party-politburo-standing-committee-unveiled-2022-10-23/

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5)  Ukraine war: Russian regime warns of escalation as Ukrainian homes shelled
Source: Raidio Teilifis Eireann [Irish state media]

"Russia has fired missiles and drones into the Ukrainian-held southern town of Mykolaiv, destroying an apartment block, while it said the war was trending towards 'uncontrolled escalation' in a series of telephone calls to Western defence ministers. The strike on the shipbuilding town about 35 km northwest of the front line in Kherson came as Russia ordered 60,000 people to flee the region 'to save your lives' in the face of a Ukrainian counter offensive. ... Ukraine's advances in recent weeks around Kherson and in the country's northeast have been met with intensifying Russian missile and drone attacks on civilian infrastructure, which have destroyed about 40% of Ukraine's power system ahead of winter." (10/24/22)

https://www.rte.ie/news/ukraine/2022/1024/1330981-ukraine-russia/

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6)  Republican National Committee sues Google over email spam filters
Source: CBS News

"The Republican National Committee has filed a lawsuit against tech giant Google, alleging the company has been suppressing its email solicitations ahead of the midterm elections in November -- an allegation Google denies. The lawsuit, filed in the District Court for the Eastern District of California Friday evening, accuses Gmail of 'discriminating' against the RNC by unfairly sending the group's emails to users' spam folders, negatively impacting both fundraising and get-out-the-vote efforts in pivotal swing states. ... Google issued a statement denying the charges. 'As we have repeatedly said, we simply don't filter emails based on political affiliation. Gmail's spam filters reflect users' actions,' said spokesperson Jose Castaneda, adding that the company provides training and guidelines to campaigns and works to 'maximize email deliverability while minimizing unwanted spam.'" (10/22/22)

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/republican-committee-sues-google-over-email-spam-filters/

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7)  Agent: Rushdie has lost sight in one eye and use of hand after stabbing
Source: Sky News [UK]

"Author Sir Salman Rushdie has lost the sight in an eye and the use of a hand after he was stabbed on stage, his agent has revealed. The Indian-born British writer, who faced death threats for his novel The Satanic Verses, was attacked in August as he was about to deliver a lecture in New York state. He was stabbed around 12 times, including in his face and neck, but the full extent of his injuries had been unclear until now. ... Sir Salman spent nearly a decade in hiding after the publication in 1988 of his work The Satanic Verses, which some Muslims consider to be blasphemous. A fatwa, or religious edict, calling on Muslims to kill him was issued by Ayatollah Khomeini, the Iranian leader, a year later." (10/23/22)

https://news.sky.com/story/salman-rushdie-has-lost-sight-in-one-eye-and-use-of-hand-after-stabbing-says-agent-12728153

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8)  NY: Disgraced former president's company to face criminal tax fraud charges on Monday
Source: The Guardian [UK]

"The Trump Organization is set to face criminal tax fraud charges on Monday in New York in a trial that could start to tease out the many allegations against the company and by extension its patriarch, Donald J Trump. ... Monday's case is centered on charges that his Manhattan-headquartered real estate company defrauded New York tax authorities by awarding 'off the books' compensation over 15 years to company executives, including lease payments for cars, apartment rent and tuition fees for relatives in lieu of some salary, enabling the company to evade paying payroll taxes. If found guilty, the company, which is run by Donald Trump Jr and Eric Trump, could face $1.6m in fines and find its ability to operate hotels, golf courses and other assets impeded." (10/23/22)

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/oct/23/trump-org-tax-fraud-charges-cfo-new-york

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9)  Iran: Hackers breach atomic energy agency as protests persist
Source: South China Morning Post [Hong Kong]

"Iran's atomic energy agency alleged on Sunday that hackers acting on behalf of an unidentified foreign country broke into a subsidiary's network and had free access to its email system. An anonymous hacking group claimed responsibility for the attack on Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, demanding Tehran release political prisoners arrested in the recent nationwide protests. The group said it leaked 50 gigabytes of internal emails, contracts and construction plans related to Iran's Russian-backed nuclear power plant in Bushehr. It was unclear whether the breached system contained classified material." (10/23/22)

https://www.scmp.com/news/world/middle-east/article/3196969/hackers-breach-irans-atomic-energy-agency-protests-persist

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10) Guinea: Junta agrees return to civilian rule in two years
Source: France 24 [French state media]

"Guinea's ruling junta has agreed to restore civilian rule in two years, after facing sanctions over its original plan for a three-year transfer of power, the West African bloc ECOWAS said Friday. West African leaders had last month suspended Guinea from the bloc and imposed sanctions on a number of individuals following a military coup. ... The country's military leader, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, said in an address broadcast on state television that the timetable would take effect from January 1, 2023. Leaders from the Economic Community of West African States must approve the timetable before it is officially implemented, with the bloc due to hold a summit before the end of the year." (10/23/22)

https://www.france24.com/en/africa/20221023-guinea-junta-agrees-return-to-civilian-rule-in-two-years

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11) FL: Escaped murderer arrested while walking along interstate
Source: Fox News

"An escaped murderer out of Georgia is back in custody after troopers found him walking along I-75 in Charlotte County, Florida. Anthony Moret, 67, escaped from prison while he was serving a life sentence without parole for murder, the Florida Highway Patrol said on Twitter. Troopers spotted Moret around 6 a.m. Saturday, FOX 13 Tampa reports. A trooper learned of Moret's active warrant for escaping by running a wants and warrants check. Moret was arrested without incident and taken to the Charlotte County Jail to await extradition to Georgia. Moret escaped from the Valdosta Transitional Center, according to WCTV. Georgia Department of Corrections records obtained by the TV station say Moret is serving time for murder and armed robbery dating back to the 1970s. He is also reported to have two prior escape convictions from 1976 and 1985." (10/23/22)

https://www.foxnews.com/us/escaped-murderer-arrested-walking-florida-interstate-police

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12) Italy: Meloni sworn in as premier
Source: National Public Radio [US state media]

"Giorgia Meloni, whose political party with neo-fascist roots emerged victorious in recent elections, was sworn in on Saturday as Italy's first far-right premier since the end of World War II. She is also the first woman to be premier. Meloni, 45, recited the oath of office before President Sergio Mattarella, who formally asked her to form a government a day earlier. Her Brothers of Italy party, which she co-founded in 2012, will rule in coalition with the right-wing League of Matteo Salvini and the conservative Forza Italia party headed by former Premier Silvio Berlusconi." (10/22/22)

https://www.npr.org/2022/10/22/1130724095/far-right-giorgia-meloni-italian-premier

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13) AK: Gubernatorial candidate faces sexual harassment lawsuit
Source: SFGate

"A Republican gubernatorial candidate in Alaska faces accusations he sexually harassed a former assistant while he was a borough mayor. The lawsuit filed Friday accuses Charlie Pierce of 'constant unwanted physical touching, sexual remarks, and sexual advances,' the Anchorage Daily News reported. The case did not show up in an online court records system Saturday. The woman's Anchorage-based attorney, Caitlin Shortell, said in an email to The Associated Press it was filed in the Kenai Superior Court, and she expected a judge to be assigned Monday. 'When an elected official abuses their power and position to sexually harass public servants, they must be held accountable,' Shortell said." (10/23/22)

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Alaska-governor-candidate-faces-sexual-harassment-17527685.php

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14) Mexicoo: Hurricane Roslyn batters Pacific coast with damaging winds, major rainfall
Source: Nasdaq

"Roslyn, a powerful Category 3 hurricane, made landfall in Mexico's Nayarit state on the Pacific coast Sunday morning, dumping a life-threatening storm surge with damaging winds in its path, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Rosyln, which was downgraded from Category 4 since Saturday, hit land at 5:20 a.m. local time (1120 GMT) near Santa Cruz in northern Nayarit, the NHC said, a coastal state home to popular tourist beaches like Sayulita and Punta Mita. It was packing maximum sustained winds near 120 mph (195 km), though rapid weakening was expected as it moved farther inland over west-central Mexico throughout the day, the NHC said." (10/23/22)

https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/hurricane-roslyn-batters-mexicos-pacific-coast-with-damaging-winds-major-rainfall

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15) Philippines: Student "anti-cheating" exam hats go viral
Source: BBC News [UK state media]

"Images of students wearing so-called 'anti-cheating hats' during college exams have gone viral on social media in the Philippines, sparking amusement. Students at one college in Legazpi City were asked to wear headgear that would prevent them peeking at others' papers. Many responded by creating homemade contraptions out of cardboard, egg boxes and other recycled materials. Their tutor told the BBC she had been looking for a 'fun way' to ensure 'integrity and honesty' in her classes. Mary Joy Mandane-Ortiz, a professor of mechanical engineering at Bicol University College of Engineering, said the idea had been 'really effective.' It was implemented for recent mid-term exams, which were sat by hundreds of students at the college in the third week of October." (10/23/22)

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-63363473

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16) Jones Seeks New Trial After $1 Billion Sandy Hook Verdict
Source: Time

"Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has asked a Connecticut judge to throw out a nearly $1 billion verdict against him and order a new trial in a lawsuit by Sandy Hook families, who say they were subjected to harassment and threats from Jones'[s] lies about the 2012 Newtown school shooting. Jones filed the requests Friday, saying Judge Barbara Bellis'[s] pretrial rulings resulted in an unfair trial and 'a substantial miscarriage of justice.' ... Jones, who has acknowledged in recent years that the shooting did occur, has blasted the lawsuits and trials on his Austin, Texas-based Infowars show, calling them unfair and a violation of his free speech rights. But he lost his right to present those defenses when the judges in Connecticut and Texas found him liable for damages by default without trials, for what they called Jones'[s] repeated failures to turn over some evidence ..." (10/22/22)

https://time.com/6224099/alex-jones-new-trial-after-1b-sandy-hook-verdict/

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17) Activist Sacheen Littlefeather exposed by sisters for reported fraudulent Native American identity
Source: Fox News

"In an explosive new interview, the sisters of Sacheen Littlefeather have claimed the late activist was a liar and a fraud -- and not Native at all. Speaking separately to the San Francisco Chronicle, Trudy Orlandi and Rosalind Cruz shared that they are not ethnically Native American and that they identify as 'Spanish.' Littlefeather, the sisters said, was born Marie Louise Cruz but changed her name after rediscovering what she purportedly believed was her Native American heritage and becoming active in protests as a young woman. Orlandi said, 'It's a lie ... My father was who he was. His family came from Mexico. And my dad was born in Oxnard.' Littlefeather, famously known for rejecting Marlon Brando's Best Actor award for 'The Godfather' at the 1973 Academy Awards, passed away earlier this month. She died at the age of 75 when breast cancer metastasized in her lung." (10/23/22)

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/activist-sacheen-littlefeather-exposed-sisters-reported-fraudulent-native-american-identity-lie

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18) Somalia: Militants attack hotel in port city of Kismayo
Source: ABC News

"Gunmen stormed a hotel in the center of the Somali port city of Kismayo Sunday, shortly after an explosives-packed car exploded at the hotel's gates, police said. Officials said gunmen were still inside the Tawakal Hotel and security forces were on the scene. The Islamic extremist group al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack. The attack began when a car driven by a suicide bomber rammed the entrance gate of hotel and then exploded, police officer Abshir Omar told The Associated Press by phone. A number of small businesses along the street were destroyed. Some government officials and traditional elders were eating lunch in the hotel at the time of the explosion, he said. There was no immediate word on casualties." (10/23/22)

https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/militants-attack-hotel-somali-port-city-kismayo-91952987

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19) CA: Boy disappeared in 2020; police say he was with a teacher
Source: SFGate

"A California public school teacher has been arrested after she concealed the disappearance of a teenage boy for two years, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office said Friday. The allegations made by law enforcement and the boy's family are astonishing. According to guardian Katte Smith, who spoke with KCRA, the then 15-year-old left home in Rancho Cordova after getting into an argument with family members. 'He felt like the grass was greener on the other side,' Smith said. Worried family reported him missing in May 2020, and despite attempts by police to locate him, he remained missing until March 2022, when Smith says he unexpectedly returned home and asked to move back in. SFGATE is withholding the name of the boy because he is a minor. On Thursday, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office charged Holga Castillo Olivares, 61, with concealing the boy." (10/23/22)

https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/teacher-hid-missing-california-boy-police-say-17527020.php

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20) Court clears way for Capitol riot exploitation committee to get Ward's phone records
Source: Politico

"A federal appeals court has turned down former Arizona GOP senate candidate Kelli Ward's attempt to block a House committee subpoena for her phone records in connection with an investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol building and other events related to the 2020 presidential election. A divided panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals voted, 2-1, to deny Ward's request for an order preventing telephone carrier T-Mobile from complying with the subpoena issued by the House select committee probing Jan. 6. Ward argued that the subpoena violates her First Amendment rights by intruding on her activities as chairperson of the Arizona Republican Party, but the order issued Saturday by the appeals court panel's majority said those concerns weren't serious enough to keep the House from accessing details about her calls." (10/22/22)

https://www.politico.com/news/2022/10/22/jan-6-probe-arizona-senate-ward-00063039

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21) Contra Hobbes: Peace and Political Government are Opposites
Source: Garrison Center
by Thomas L Knapp

"'Hereby it is manifest,' Thomas Hobbes wrote in 1651's Leviathan, 'that during the time men live without a common Power to keep them all in awe, they are in that condition which is called War; and such a war as is of every man against every man.' Hobbes's solution to the absence of a 'common Power' was a 'covenant' with a 'sovereign' who would act on behalf of all -- what we today call 'the state' or 'government' -- thus bringing an end to the terrible war he discerned. So, how well has that worked out for us? ... The verdict was certainly in by 1918, when Randolph Bourne died and his essay 'The State' was published posthumously. The takeaway line: 'War is the health of the state.' Hobbes's 'sovereign' suggestion, as taken, didn't end war. It put war on steroids." (10/23/22)

https://thegarrisoncenter.org/archives/17202

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22) Always Opposing The Last War But Not The Current One
Source: Caitlin Johnstone, Rogue Journalist
by Caitlin Johnstone

"Those who hate Russia the most are the ones who embody everything they claim to hate about it: they're all pro-war, pro-censorship, pro-propaganda, pro-trolling operations, and support Ukraine in banning political parties and opposition media. They are what they claim to hate. Meanwhile those of us who oppose those things are told to 'move to Russia,' even though we're the ones advocating the supposed 'western values' they claim to support while they're doing everything they can to undermine them. They should move to Russia. ... Western propaganda means people always oppose the last war but not the current war. The US provoking and sustaining its Ukraine proxy war is no more ethical than its invading of Iraq; it just looks that way due to propaganda. Ukraine isn't the good war, it's just the current war." (10/23/22)

https://caitlinjohnstone.com/2022/10/23/always-opposing-the-last-war-but-not-the-current-one-notes-from-the-edge-of-the-narrative-matrix/

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23) Fauci Can't Whitewash His Disastrous Legacy
Source: RealClearPolitics
by David Harsanyi

"Fauci now portrays himself as a humble public health official who had merely shared scientific advice and information with decision-makers. This self-serving depiction conveniently ignores his fearmongering, his coaxing and lying to manipulate behavior and his partisan scheming. Governors regularly leaned on Fauci's positions as justification for their unconstitutional shutdowns of churches, economic lockdowns and school closures. And Fauci praised them for it. Then-presidential candidate Joe Biden urged governors to 'listen to Dr. Fauci' for their guidelines. Most already had." (10/21/22)

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2022/10/21/fauci_cant_whitewash_his_disastrous_legacy_148352.html

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24) NYT's Republicans "devil terms" front page is more media midterm madness
Source: JimBovard.com
by James Bovard

"Just in time for Halloween and the congressional midterm elections, The New York Times wallops readers with a front-page story about GOP 'devil terms.' Times reporters sifted through millions of documents to prove that Republicans 'used divisive words and phrases more than twice as often as Democrats in tweets.' The Times article, the latest in its 'Democracy Challenged' series, revealed that devil words are 'things that are so unquestionably bad that you can't have a debate about them,' according to Texas A&M University professor Jennifer Mercieca. Political rhetoric has certainly become more polarized, if not depraved, in recent years. But the Times piece is akin to a TV wrestling referee who ignores the wrench that his favored wrestler pulled from his trunks to whack his opponent on the head." (10/23/22)

https://jimbovard.com/blog/2022/10/23/new-york-post-nyts-republicans-devil-terms-front-page-is-more-media-midterm-madness/

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25) The continuing, destructive power of libertarianism
Source: The Hill
by Andrew Koppelman

"At a recent conference on conservative philosophy, I told another professor that I'd just written a critical history of libertarianism. 'You're too late,' he said. 'After Trump, libertarianism is dead in American politics.' Would that it were so. The Libertarian Party is indeed in deep trouble, torn apart by factionalism. Despite the increasing ubiquity of communitarian, nationalist rhetoric, however, libertarianism has a firm grip -- on the Republican Party. It remains committed to the notion that crippling state capacity will make us freer." [editor's note: This guy certainly has a vivid imagination – TLK] (10/23/22)

https://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/3699679-the-continuing-destructive-power-of-libertarianism/

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26) John Mackey: "Capitalism Is the Greatest Thing Mankind Has Ever Done"
Source: Foundation for Economic Education
by Dr. Rainer Zitelmann

"On October 14, LibertyCON kicked off with an interview between Students for Liberty CEO Wolf von Laer and John Mackey, founder of Whole Foods Market." (10/23/22)

https://fee.org/articles/john-mackey-capitalism-is-the-greatest-thing-mankind-has-ever-done/

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27) Covering COVID: The new laissez-faire on the masks
Source: Orange County Register
by Larry Wilson

"As the mask mandates ease, as we're less frequently asked to show our vaccine passports, these two and a half years in, one new thing I've noticed is the increased human capacity to allow to each her or his own." (10/23/22)

https://www.ocregister.com/2022/10/23/covering-covid-the-new-laissez-faire-on-the-masks/

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28) Just when you thought Musk's Twitter foray couldn't get wilder
Source: Washington Post
by Megan McArdle

"I am a veteran of Musk's epic battles with reality. I lived through his fleeting musings about taking Tesla private. I survived his brief foray into bitcoin payments. And I have of course slogged through his months-long, on-again-off-again conquest of Twitter. I should by now be beyond astonishment. Yet I am sitting here in slack-jawed wonder, contemplating reports that Musk plans to fire nearly 75 percent of Twitter's employees. What can he be thinking? Of course, some layoffs are customary when a new boss takes over. But 75 percent -- this is not customary. Layoffs of that magnitude mean critical operations running at half strength. It means accidentally firing the only person who knew how to perform some core business function. It means shellshocked survivors wandering the empty halls, whispering forlornly to the ghosts of happier days." (10/23/22)

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/10/23/elon-musk-plans-twitter-job-cuts/

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29) Liz Truss and Libertarianism
Source: EconLog
by Pierre Lemieux

"The title of a Wall Street Journal story of two days ago was unambiguous: 'Liz Truss Brought Libertarians to Power in the U.K. and Quickly Out Again.' Even if I found Ms. Truss more interesting than any recent British prime minister (including of course the previous one), which is not difficult, the WSJ 's claim and its implications seemed very doubtful. The establishment's contentment with the departure of the new prime minister could not dissipate these doubts as they usually struggle to distinguish libertarianism from a wheelbarrow." (10/23/22)

https://www.econlib.org/liz-truss-and-libertarianism/

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30) We Need to Stop Calling Far-Right Extremists "Conservatives"
Source: The Daily Beast
by Matt Lewis

"Want proof a stopped clock is right twice a day? On Thursday, the right-wing outlet The Federalist published what could only be described as a manifesto aimed at fellow travelers, arguing that 'We Need to Stop Calling Ourselves Conservatives.' As a conservative, I believe the author, John Daniel Davidson, got it 100 percent correct: It is time for right-wing nationalists to stop besmirching our good name! Those of us who remain consistent conservatives are no longer in sync with right-wingers or GOP faithful--because they changed. By insisting on calling this new MAGA movement 'conservative,' we (the media, the activists, the politicians) are rendering words useless." (10/23/22)

https://www.thedailybeast.com/matt-lewis-writes-we-need-to-stop-calling-far-right-maga-trump-extremists-conservatives

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31) Too much government
Source: The Price of Liberty
by Nathan Barton

"Everyone knows of the stories of cops or the local health department writing tickets (or arresting) some second-grader for an illegal lemonade stand. Or some church group getting busted for handing out 'un-FDA-approved' sandwiches to homeless people in a park. It is a daily occurrence. Too much government." (10/22/22)

https://thepriceofliberty.org/2022/10/22/too-much-government-2/

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32) The Plank in Frank Fukuyama's Eye
Source: The American Conservative
by Declan Leary

"With the defeat of Soviet communism, Fukuyama argued that the end of history first placed by Hegel at the end of the French Revolution had finally arrived. ... Fukuyama was cagey enough to end the title of the essay with a question mark, and his thesis was presented as a kind of question too: 'Whether, at the end of the twentieth century, it makes sense for us once again to speak of a coherent and directional History of mankind that will eventually lead the greater part of humanity to liberal democracy.' Or the inverse: whether there are 'any fundamental 'contradictions' in human life that cannot be resolved in the context of modern liberalism, that would be resolvable by an alternative political-economic structure.' He answers yes to the former and a soft no to the latter -- wrong, of course, on both counts." (10/22/22)

https://www.theamericanconservative.com/the-plank-in-frank-fukuyamas-eye/

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33) How Biden, Progressives [sic] Got Saudi Arabia Wrong
Source: The National Interest
by Eric Bordenkircher

"U.S.-Saudi relations have been on a steady decline since Joe Biden entered the White House. Relations reached a new low on October 5 when the Saudi-led OPEC+ announced that it would be cutting oil production. A decrease in oil production will drive up gas prices as the United States staves off a recession and will provide Russia with much-needed revenue to wage its war in Ukraine. Both outcomes are unbecoming for a strategic partner of seventy-seven years. Although the announcement comes at an inopportune time for the Biden administration's domestic and foreign policies, Saudi Arabia's action is not surprising. President Biden has mismanaged U.S.- Saudi relations." (10/22/22)

https://nationalinterest.org/feature/how-biden-and-progressives-got-saudi-arabia-wrong-205439

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34) The revenge of the technocrats
Source: spiked
by Tom Slater

"Watching prime minister Liz Truss's short resignation speech yesterday, I couldn't help feeling that she was selling herself short. She managed to summon up just two achievements to boast about from her 44 days in office: the energy price guarantee and the cut to national insurance contributions. But we all know she's achieved much more than that. She's tanked her party in spectacular fashion, for a start. Right now, the only thing in Westminster more unpopular than the Tory Party (a poll today put it at 14 per cent) is Truss herself -- she is only slightly more popular than Vladimir Putin among the UK population. ... If we're not careful, the fall of Truss will become a phoney vindication of the expert class, a cautionary tale about what can happen when you dare stray from its narrow orthodoxies." (10/22/22)

https://www.spiked-online.com/2022/10/22/the-revenge-of-the-technocrats/

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35) Biden Has an "Off-Ramp" on Ukraine
Source: Antiwar.com
by Ray McGovern

"A Rose has bloomed In the Blinken/Sullivan/Biden desert of ideas on Ukraine. I refer to Rose Gottemoeller, 69, who was Under Secretary of State for Arms Control during the Obama/Biden second term and knows much more about the real world than the boys Biden has in the back room (if I may risk damning her with faint praise). Looking for adults in the room? Gottemoeller could be the woman of the hour, if Biden's ivy-mantled advisers would stop preening, sit down, and listen." (10/21/22)

https://original.antiwar.com/mcgovern/2022/10/20/biden-has-an-off-ramp-on-ukraine/

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36) Are Bosses like Rulers?
Source: Free Association
by Sheldon Richman

"What does the libertarian philosophy have to say about business management as an institution? Is it analogous to the state or something entirely different? Since we libertarians generally dislike seeing people being bossed around, whether by the state or anyone else, we may be tempted, as I've certainly been, to think that a free and just society would spontaneously dispense with the traditional employer-employee relationship. After all, libertarians have good reasons to at least be suspicious of all hierarchies and subordination, right? So freedom would achieve its glorious pinnacle through flat bossless worker-owned co-ops, small partnerships, single-proprietorships, and peer-to-peer arrangements that lack even Uber's central ownership. But maybe not." (10/21/22)

https://sheldonfreeassociation.blogspot.com/2022/10/tgif-are-bosses-like-rulers.html

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37) Democrats in Deep Denial on Crime Problem
Source: Newsmax
by Deroy Murdock

"Democrats have no solutions to today's crime surge. Here's how they shrug off the mayhem. First: Deep denial. Through Sept. 27, New Orleans suffered 208 homicides, up 44% versus that period in 2021 and 141% in 2019. The Crescent City has become America's Murder Capital. 'I do not embrace that at all,' said Democratic Mayor La Toya Cantrell. 'It isn't based on what's happening on the ground.' She later said that 'our city is safer than it's been in a long time.' Crime books can be cooked: Curbing arrests can 'erase' lawlessness by leaving it unrecorded. But there's no faking a cadaver. Regardless, Cantrell scoffs at humiliating police data." (10/22/22)

https://www.newsmax.com/murdock/chicago-hochul-lightfoot/2022/10/21/id/1092900/

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38) You Do Not Need To Store Your Kids' DNA in Case of Emergencies
Source: Reason
by Scott Shackford

"The Today show this week offers an alarming headline about how Texas is handling school shootings: 'Texas schools send parents DNA kits to identify their kids' bodies in emergencies.' The headline is true, but the story's framing is misleading. More importantly, parents who get DNA kits from their schools should simply dump them in the trash and go about their day. The tests are unnecessary, and hanging onto your child's DNA data compromises his or her privacy for little gain." (10/21/22)

https://reason.com/2022/10/21/you-do-not-need-to-store-your-kids-dna-in-case-of-emergencies/

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39) School Choice Milestone Calls for New Approach
Source: Independent Institute
by K Lloyd Billingsley

"Back in 1993, Prop 174 supporters said parents should have the right to choose the schools their children attend. It would be more accurate to say that parents have had this right all along. Still, it has been taken away from them, just as Arne Duncan rescinded scholarships already granted. Call it educational theft. The strategy moving forward should be to restore the right to choose. If the legal and political obstacles seem daunting or 'too costly,' ponder the prospect of another 30 years under current conditions." (10/21/22)

https://blog.independent.org/2022/10/21/school-choice-milestone-calls-for-new-approach/

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40) Virtual Power Brightens the Future
Source: CounterPunch
by Robert Hunziker

"Imagine the impact of a United States white-glove clean power system with costs benefits to individual homeowners in a Virtual Power Plant network (VPP) extending coast-to-coast with every household, en mass, involved in electrical power generation for the entire nation. It's coming. It's a future where everybody benefits as greenhouse gas emissions such as CO2 dissipate as homeowner electric bills shrink and utility grid brownouts and blackouts cease. It's a sun-worshipping wonderland of clean energy that works without intermittency 24/7. And, it's coming, quietly but surely." (10/21/22)

https://www.counterpunch.org/2022/10/21/virtual-power-brightens-the-future/

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41) Memo to Democrats: Convince voters you care about their economic well-being
Source: The American Prospect
by Patrick Gaspard, Stanley B Greenberg, Celinda Lake, & Mike Lux

"In the 2022 election, things are as close as we have ever seen them. But we are right on the edge of overcoming historical trends and other factors weighing us down, and winning a decisive victory. What we have to do, though, is end on a strong economic argument. Democrats need to understand that we have a winning message on the economy and inflation. But rising costs will beat us if we avoid the issue. Don't get us wrong: we are all firmly convinced of the power and central importance of abortion. The Dobbs decision changed the trajectory of this election .... But going down the stretch, we need to make sure our closing message also talks about the cost of living, inflation and the economy." (10/21/22)

https://prospect.org/politics/a-memo-to-democrats/

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42) Ian and the Scurvy Knave
Source: Common Sense
by Paul Jacob

"Don't help people after a hurricane! Not if you live in another state and there's no time to lose but ... you're licensed only in that other state. Now, before you declare Houston-based Terence Duque an innocent victim because he was arrested for not being Florida-licensed, let's take a cold hard look at the facts. Duque is licensed in Texas, has operated a successful roofing business since 2008, is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, is called a 'preferred contractor' by Owens Corning. Sounds okay, right? But hold on. After Hurricane Ian smashed Florida a few weeks ago, what did this scurvy knave do? Shamelessly and with constructive purposes aforethought, Duque offered his services to residents of hard-hit Charlotte County, Florida!!!!" (10/21/22)

https://thisiscommonsense.org/2022/10/21/ian-and-the-scurvy-knave/

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43) The last thing Haiti needs is a foreign military intervention
Source: Responsible Statecraft
by Daniel Larison

"The long history of failed and destructive outside interference in Haitian affairs shows that neither the United States nor the U.N. has the solution to Haiti's political problems. Each time that outside forces have meddled in the name of helping Haiti, they have reliably made things worse. The current crisis is itself the product of ongoing interference on the part of the U.S. government, which backed former President Jovenel Moise when he was alive and has been instrumental in keeping Henry in power despite his lack of democratic legitimacy and the broad coalition of Haitians opposed to his continued rule. That is a continuation of a destructive pattern of U.S. backing for abusive Haitian leaders that goes back to the Cold War and an even longer tradition of U.S. domination that goes back centuries." (10/21/22)

https://responsiblestatecraft.org/2022/10/21/haitians-dont-want-us-troops-to-solve-their-problems/

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44) When Biden Does It ...
Source: The Dispatch
by Kevin D Williamson

"The shape of the thing is Trumpian: The president has tried to persuade a foreign government to provide him with political assistance to help him through a difficult election. But the style of the thing was not Trumpian, and you don't hear any outcry about this scandal because almost nobody who matters thinks it is a scandal. I am 100 percent confident that some of you will respond that this is in some very important way entirely different from Donald Trump's 'perfect' telephone call to Volodymyr Zelensky, in which he tried to bully the Ukrainian president into launching an investigation of Joe and Hunter Biden's business dealings in Ukraine. I am not persuaded that this is the case. And Trump was impeached over that matter. Biden will be criticized, if at all, in only the most charitable of terms." (10/21/22)

https://thedispatch.com/article/when-biden-does-it/

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45) Colleges are brain-free zones
Source: Fox News
by Greg Gutfeld

"All right, so here's this stupid, infuriating, idiotic story, which can only mean it bubbled up from academia. It happened at the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning, where a female student was allegedly sexually assaulted during school hours. Now, that's bad enough, but it gets worse. Students, understandably horrified, demanded increased security on campus. And one anonymous student created a petition that garnered 6000 signatures asking for more security cameras and more stringent ID access passes. The university quickly responded with an email from the Vice Chancellor of Public Safety and Emergency Management. Remember the old rule? The longer the title, the less they actually do. In the email, the VC promised they would be taking additional actions, and that would include increasing patrols and security shifts, meaning more cops. Can you guess what happened next?" (10/21/22)

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/gutfeld-colleges-are-brain-free-zones

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46) The Economic Disaster of the Pandemic Response
Source: Brownstone Institute
by Jeffrey A Tucker

"Even if lockdowns had saved lives over the long term -- the literature on this overwhelming[ly] suggests that the answer is no -- the proper question to have asked was: at what cost? The economic question was: what are the tradeoffs? But because economics as such was shelved for the emergency, the question was not raised by policy makers. Thus did the White House on March 16, 2020, send out the most dreaded sentence pertaining to economics that one can imagine: 'bars, restaurants, food courts, gyms, and other indoor and outdoor venues where groups of people congregate should be closed.' The results are legion. The lockdowns kicked off a whole range of other policy disastrous decisions, among which an epic bout of government spending." (10/21/22)

https://brownstone.org/articles/the-economic-disaster-of-the-pandemic-response/

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47) Can We Have Scarcity but Reject the "Scarcity Mindset?" in a Word, No
Source: Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Gary Galles

"It is the fact that each of us on earth faces scarcity that drives economics as a field (and why I tell my students it will only help them on earth, and not in heaven, since we are told there will be no scarcity there). Scarcity implies that we must choose among the goods and services which we want, since we want more than we can have. Further, making choices means we must bear costs, because choosing one thing we want is also choosing not to have something else we also want (which economists are famous for calling opportunity costs) .... Whatever choice or action someone is being considered, individuals choose to 'do it' if and only if the marginal expected benefits to the decision-maker exceeds the marginal expected costs to the decision-maker. Everything in economics connects to this rule." (10/22/22)

https://mises.org/wire/can-we-have-scarcity-reject-scarcity-mindset-word-no

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48) I Am Not Nostradamus!
Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

"On September 8, 2022, I wrote an article entitled 'My Prediction on the CIA's Secret Assassination Files.' In that article, I went out on a limb and predicted that when the upcoming December 15 deadline arrives, the CIA and President Biden will, once again, extend the time for secrecy for the CIA's 60-year-old records relating to the Kennedy assassination. Well, guess what! The CIA has already signaled that it intends to continue its cover-up. ... Longtime supporters of FFF know that this is not the first time I have issued a prediction relating to the continued cover-up of these records." (10/21/22)

https://www.fff.org/2022/10/21/i-am-not-nostradamus/

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49) To Fight Inflation [sic], Tax the ... Corporate Profiteers
Source: Common Dreams
by Sam Pizzigati

"The world's central bankers, almost without exception, are now busy swinging sledgehammers. Only whopping interest-rate hikes, they're preaching, can pound down inflation's rising prices. In the United States, the Federal Reserve has so far this year raised the nation's benchmark interest rate by three points, something that hasn't happened since the 1980s, and still more rate hikes, the Fed pledges, are coming. These interest-rate boosts, the central banker reasoning goes, will slow the economy, deflate consumer demand, and get prices shrinking. The downside? Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is readily acknowledging the hardships rate hikes are provoking. The slower growth and softer labor market rising rates make inevitable, Powell conceded this past August, 'will also bring some pain to households and businesses.' What our central bankers never acknowledge: that the real pain they're causing falls only on working people." (10/22/22)

https://www.commondreams.org/views/2022/10/22/fight-inflation-tax-rich-and-corporate-profiteers

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50) Can Granny Flats Make California Affordable?
Source: American Institute for Economic Research
by Laura Williams

"In the United States, zoning laws are overwhelmingly local concerns, though heavily influenced by federal pressures like lending and highway construction. So it's somewhat novel that the California legislature has passed a series of seven (and counting) statewide bills explicitly to allow the construction of auxiliary dwelling units (ADUs), dismantling a brick wall of state and local restrictions. ... When the bans on duplexes and ADUs were lifted, thousands of people spent their own money to build additional units. That latent supply had been present all along. In California's strapped housing market, thousands of people wanted to build and rent homes and simply hadn't been allowed." (10/21/22)

https://www.aier.org/article/can-granny-flats-make-california-affordable/

_____ Today's Freedom Podcast and Video _____

51) Free Talk Live, 10/23/22
Source: Free Talk Live

"Sexy Sunday :: Radio station apologizes for Glory Hole :: Sexbots are in production :: US chess prodigy Hans Niemann sues for $100 MILLION over claims he used anal beads to cheat :: Jury Convicts Man For Vile Act With Elmo Doll :: Elmo calls in to give his side of the story :: New Zealand unveils plan to tax cow farts :: 2022-10-23 Captain Kickass, Nikki, Rich E Rich." (10/23/22)

https://odysee.com/@FreeTalkLive:d/2009-10-23:9

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52) Quillette Podcast, episode 200
Source: Quillette

"Jonathan Kay on the State of Journalism, the Perils of Audience Capture, and the Art of Podcasting." (10/23/22)

https://quillette.com/2022/10/23/podcast-200-jonathan-kay-on-the-state-of-journalism-the-perils-of-audience-capture-and-the-art-of-podcasting/

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53) AnarchoChristian, episode 90
Source: AnarchoChristian

"Foreigners, Strangers, Ambassadors." (10/22/22)

https://www.anarchochristian.com/foreigners-strangers-ambassadors-ac090/

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54) Peter Van Buren on The Scott Horton Show
Source: The Scott Horton Show

"Scott interviews Peter Van Buren to talk through the risk of a nuclear detonation related to the war in Ukraine." (10/22/22)

https://scotthorton.org/interviews/10-20-22-peter-van-buren-how-close-to-the-brink-are-we-really/

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55) The Anarchist Experience, episode 394
Source: The Anarchist Experience

"Rich E Rich Reads the News." (10/22/22)

https://theanarchistexperience.wordpress.com/2022/10/22/the-anarchist-experience-394/

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56) This Week in Common Sense, 10/22/22
Source: Common Sense

"The Electorate Did Not Move This Summer." (10/22/22)

https://thisiscommonsense.org/2022/10/22/listen-the-electorate-did-not-move-this-summer/

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57) Agorist Nexus Podcast, episode 122
Source: Agorist Nexus

"Jeremiah and Dag talk price gouging, scarcity, and more, since he made it out of the hurricane in basically one piece." (10/22/22)

https://www.agoristnexus.com/post-ian-not-post-scarcity-episode-122/

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58) The Fifth Column, episode 378
Source: The Fifth Column

"Nazis and Sycophants and Cynics (Oh My)." (10/21/22)

https://wethefifth.substack.com/p/378-nazis-and-sycophants-and-cynics

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59) The Chris Spangle Show, 10/21/22
Source: We Are Libertarians

"Inflation's Impact on Health Insurance, Healthcare and Small Businesses with Matt Allen of Iconic Insurance." (10/21/22)

https://wearelibertarians.com/css-inflations-impact-on-health-insurance-healthcare-and-small-businesses-with-matt-allen-of-iconic-insurance/

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60) Crime Squad, episode 3
Source: Reason

"Enforcing all the laws, all the time." (10/21/22)

https://reason.com/video/2022/10/21/crime-squad-episode-3/

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61) Meme Wars, episode 1
Source: Lions of Liberty

"Back to the Future, Abortion Remix." (10/21/22)

https://www.lionsofliberty.com/episodes/meme-wars-ep-1-back-to-the-future-abortion-remix

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62) The Tom Woods Show, episode 2223
Source: The Tom Woods Show

"Smaller Is Better." (10/21/22)

https://tomwoods.com/ep-2223-smaller-is-better/

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63) Free Thoughts Podcast, episode 462
Source: Libertarianism.org

"Fighting Government Secrecy (with Patrick Eddington)." (10/21/22)

https://www.libertarianism.org/podcasts/free-thoughts/fighting-government-secrecy-patrick-eddington

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64) Nonzero, 10/21/22
Source: Bloggingheads.tv

"Russian Retreat, Republican Surge | Robert Wright & Mickey Kaus." (10/21/22)

https://bloggingheads.tv/videos/65082

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65) Conflicts of Interest, episode 339
Source: Libertarian Institute

"Elon Musk Raises the Alarm Over NATO Nuclear War Games." (10/21/22)

https://libertarianinstitute.org/kyle/coi-339-elon-musk-raises-the-alarm-over-nato-nuclear-war-games/

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