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Good debate last night. All the candidates would be better than what we have right now. Personally, I like Gary Johnson alot, although he's a long shot. He certainly did add some much needed comic relief! <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/sPYOvOcBgOg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
According to this leftist-advocacy internet rag, The Huffington Post, Mitt Romney is on the record advocating that all personal computers being sold in this country have a mandatory "anti-porn" chip installed by manufacturers. He wants this chip to block all "pornographic" material from being viewed, and save all of us from its corrupting influence.. The article (which is really a pro-Obama propaganda piece), also references the anti-porn plank in the GOP platform, pointing out that the Republicans intend to expand the scope and power of current anti-pornography laws. The liberal media knows (but tends to ignore, for obvious reasons) that these anti-pornography and anti-abortion planks are toothless, in the sense that most are never enacted into law. Nevertheless, it is disturbing that the GOP Presidential candidate advocates censorship. See: http://www.huffingto..._n_1833840.html .
Newspeak, I mean Newsweek, teetering on the edge of fiscal bankruptcy - features a cover article by Niall Ferguson (a well known British historian and prolific author - and a conservative or classical liberal leaning orientation) - eviscerating Obama's record as President. The liberal blogs including Huffington Post and Paul Krugman are SCREAMING! Some are demanding that Ferguson be fired from his current post at Harvard. Take a look. And this may be the one time that Newsweek is worth buying. http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/08/19/niall-ferguson-on-why-barack-obama-needs-to-go.html
Never listened to Amy Peikoff's radio blog - probably because I didn't even know it existed. Anyway, she has Yaron Brook on for a full hour on Paul Ryan, and practically everything or issue that could be brought up in that Grand Canyon-sized subject. It's too long to summarize, he brings up most of the points that others have made here on OL (is he a "closet" reader of this forum??). Actually, this is a very good discussion and more realistic than past ARIans might have been. But don't read too much into what I am saying, just listen. Here is the link, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/amypeikoff/2012/08/13/dont-let-it-go-unheard