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In the News:

0) Three days left in 2018, $2,528.50 short of our goal …
1) US stock markets continue wild swings
2) GA: Failed GOP candidate known for “deportation bus” out on bond after being charged with insurance fraud, falsely reporting a crime
3) Syria: UAE to reopen Damascus embassy after seven years
4) Judge denies DOJ request to delay deadlines in asylum case
5) US Navy retires “anachronistic” bread and water punishment
6) Tunisia: Protests spread after journalist sets himself on fire
7) Trump wants to ban US companies from using Chinese telecom equipment
8) Giuliani calls for Mueller to be investigated for destruction of FBI evidence
9) North, South Korean regimes break ground on linked railway despite sanctions
10) Mueller asks judge to delay Corsi lawsuit over fake government shutdown

Everybody Has An Opinion:

11) Trump’s holiday gift to America: Hope for a little more peace on Earth?
12) NATO partisans started a new Cold War with Russia
13) Looking back, hoping for liberty
14) No, Jill Stein did not cost Hillary Clinton the White House
15) Liberal democracy and its reinventors
16) Feds legalize hemp but not CBD; states can continue to nullify prohibition
17) Russia-mania takes over the world
18) Markets are not perfect, they are essential
19) Chief Wahoo, money, and principle
20) Who works for whom?

The Sound and the Fury:

21) Reason Podcast, 12/26/18
22) Doug Bandow on The Scott Horton Show
23) Building Tomorrow Podcast, episode 27
24) Eccentricity Probe, episode 1
25) Blockchain 2025, 12/26/18
26) Free Talk Live, 12/26/18
27) Foreign Policy Focus, episode 289
28) Ron Paul Liberty Report, 12/26/18
29) Editor’s Break, episode 126
30) Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock, 12/26/18

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We’re running short editions this week because lots of publications shut down for a winter break in late December, meaning less content to bring you, but today’s edition includes 10 news stories, 10 commentaries, and 10 audio/video links. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!

Yours in liberty,
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1) US stock markets continue wild swings
Source: National Public Radio [US state media]

“U.S. market volatility continued on Thursday when markets managed to close up after sharp drops throughout the day, just one trading session after a record-setting rally pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average up by more than 1,000 points — its largest single-day point gain ever. After spending much of the day in steeply negative territory, the Dow and S&P 500 made a comeback. The Dow closed up nearly 260 points, a little more than 1 percent. The swing from its low point to its closing level was more than 870 points.” (12/27/18)

https://www.npr.org/2018/12/27/680468595/us-stocks-come-back-after-steep-losses-during-the-day

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2) GA: Failed GOP candidate known for “deportation bus” out on bond after being charged with insurance fraud, falsely reporting a crime
Source: ABC News

“A former gubernatorial candidate who campaigned in a so-called ‘deportation bus’ is facing charges including insurance fraud and making a false report in relation to what he claims was a break-in at his campaign office. Michael Williams is a Republican state senator in Georgia who ran for governor this fall. Williams was indicted on Dec. 18 on charges of insurance fraud, the false report of a crime and making a false statement, all stemming from a May report to police about an alleged burglary at his campaign office. … Williams came in fifth in the five-candidate gubernatorial race. During the campaign, he traveled to events in an old school bus that he had renamed the ‘deportation bus,’ which had the phrases ‘Fill this bus with illegals,’ ‘Danger! Murderers, rapists, kidnappers, child molesters and other criminals on board’ and ‘Follow me to Mexico’ written on it, the AP reported. Williams campaigned as a pro-Trump candidate.” (12/27/18)

https://abcnews.go.com/US/failed-gop-candidate-deportation-bus-bond-charged-insurance/story?id=60033704

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3) Syria: UAE to reopen Damascus embassy after seven years
Source: Al Jazeera [Qatar state media]

“The United Arab Emirates is set to reopen its embassy in Damascus — which has been closed for seven years — on Thursday, according to officials. The UAE recalled its ambassador from Syria in 2011 after the start of a popular uprising against President Bashar al-Assad, which escalated into a brutal civil war that has now killed more than 360,000 people. The move — which follows a visit to Damascus by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir in December — is seen as another step in efforts by Arab countries to bring the Assad government back into the fold after years of diplomatic isolation. … Nearly eight years into the war, government forces have regained control of the majority of Syria, with military advances gathering pace this year following the defeat of the last sizeable rebel enclaves near Damascus and the recovery of the southwestern region at the border with Jordan and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.” (12/27/18)

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/12/uae-reopen-damascus-embassy-years-181227114344549.html

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4) Judge denies DOJ request to delay deadlines in asylum case
Source: CNN

“A federal judge has denied a Justice Department request, because of the shutdown, to pause all deadlines in a DC federal court case challenging the administration’s asylum restrictions. Judge Randolph Moss wrote that those challenging the asylum restrictions view this as a case related to human safety and as such, despite the shutdown, deadlines for case filings remain in place. The next briefs are due to the court on January 4. … The Justice Department told the court that absent an appropriation, attorneys and the federal defendants are prohibited from working, even on a voluntary basis, except in very limited circumstances, including ’emergencies involving the safety of human life or the protection of property.’ Similar DOJ requests were made in multiple ongoing federal civil litigation cases on Wednesday.” (12/27/18)

https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/27/politics/asylum-deadline-delay-denied/index.html

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5) US Navy retires “anachronistic” bread and water punishment
Source: Newser

“Navy captains can still dock the pay or shore leave of misbehaving sailors under new rules take effect on New Year’s Day–but they won’t be able to chuck them in the brig with nothing to eat but bread and water. One of dozens of changes in a Uniform Code of Military Justice update signed into law by Barack Obama in 2016 and amended by President Trump this year ends the practice of confinement with ‘diminished rations’ as punishment for minor misconduct by low-ranking sailors, the New York Times reports. The practice, introduced after Congress banned flogging in 1862, was based on a naval punishment that the British abolished in 1891.” (12/26/18)

http://www.newser.com/story/269105/navy-ditches-bread-and-water-punishment.html

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6) Tunisia: Protests spread after journalist sets himself on fire
Source: The Guardian [UK]

“Clashes between Tunisian protesters and security forces spread from an impoverished city overnight, the authorities said on Wednesday, as anger grew over the death of a journalist who set himself on fire over economic conditions. In the western city of Kasserine police fired tear gas at youths throwing stones during a second night of unrest. Clashes also broke out in the eastern town of Jbeniana, where a police officer was injured, and in Tebourba, in the north, where at least five people were arrested, said Walid Hkima, a national security spokesman. The unrest follows the death of the journalist Abderrazk Zorgui, 32, on Monday after he set himself ablaze in Kasserine.” (12/26/18)

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/dec/26/tunisia-protests-spread-after-journalist-sets-himself-on-fire

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7) Trump wants to ban US companies from using Chinese telecom equipment
Source: New York Post

“President Trump is considering an executive order in the new year to declare a national emergency that would bar US companies from using telecommunications equipment made by China’s Huawei and ZTE, three sources familiar with the situation told Reuters. It would be the latest step by the Trump administration to cut Huawei Technologies Co.s Ltd. and ZTE Corp., two of China’s biggest network equipment companies, out of the US market. The United States alleges that the two companies work at the behest of the Chinese government and that their equipment could be used to spy on Americans.” (12/27/18)

https://nypost.com/2018/12/27/trump-wants-to-ban-us-companies-from-using-chinese-telecom-equipment/

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8) Giuliani calls for Mueller to be investigated for destruction of FBI evidence
Source: The Hill

“Rudy Giuliani has an unmistakable New Year’s message for special counsel Robert Mueller: It is time for the chief investigator in the Russia case to be investigated in 2019. In wide-ranging interviews with Hill.TV‘s Buck Sexton and [John Solomon] on Wednesday and Thursday, President Trump’s defense lawyer pointedly accused Mueller’s office of destroying evidence by allowing text messages from now-fired FBI official Peter Strzok and his FBI lover, Lisa Page, to be erased in the Russia probe. … The Justice Department inspector general (IG) reported this month that it found large gaps in the preservation of official government text messages between Strzok and Page … The report said a technical glitch was to blame for the FBI’s failure to save those text messages, but the IG was able to recover more than 19,000 from the early part of the Russia probe before Mueller was named special prosecutor. However, the IG said it was unable to recover messages from the time Strzok and Page worked for Mueller’s office in spring and summer 2017 because the memories of both FBI officials’ government phones were wiped clean by technicians.” (12/27/18)

https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/422963-giuliani-calls-for-mueller-to-be-investigated-for-destruction-of-fbi-evidence?userid=38965

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9) North, South Korean regimes break ground on linked railway despite sanctions
Source: Los Angeles Times

“The train ride across the heavily fortified border took all of 27 minutes. The train departed from South Korea’s Dorasan Station, just outside the demilitarized zone dividing South and North Korea, around 8:29 a.m. Wednesday. It arrived at Panmun Station on the North Korean side at 8:56 a.m. … The nine-car train carried a host of South Korean unification and transportation officials, traveling north for a largely ceremonial groundbreaking on a railway that officials said they hoped would one day ferry people and goods by land from South Korea all the way to Western Europe — through North Korea and across China or Russia. … South Korea received exemptions from U.N. sanctions — designed to pressure North Korea to relinquish its nuclear weapons — to survey conditions and hold Wednesday’s ceremony. But any significant progress to update the railways and resume regular train service is likely out of the question until the U.S.-enforced sanctions are rolled back.” (12/26/18)

https://www.latimes.com/world/asia/la-fg-koreas-railway-20181226-story.html

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10) Mueller asks judge to delay Corsi lawsuit over fake government shutdown
Source: CNBC

“Special counsel Robert Mueller along with several federal agencies have asked a U.S. district judge to delay an upcoming hearing in a lawsuit brought by Roger Stone-linked conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi, arguing that the ongoing government shutdown has hamstrung their lawyers. The suit is one of a number of cases that have recently seen government lawyers asking for delays in light of the partial shutdown, which began at midnight Friday after President Donald Trump and U.S. lawmakers failed to hash out a deal on funding for a border wall. The agencies, including the FBI and the CIA, said in court that the shutdown cut off appropriations to the Justice Department, preventing its attorneys from doing their jobs.” [editor’s note: Hmmm … the “shutdown” only effects “non-essential” government services, so that tells us the Russiagate probe isn’t “essential.” So why, other than for the purpose of helping Hillary Clinton pin the blame for her election loss on !THEM RUSSIANS!, is it happening at all? – TLK] (12/27/18)

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/27/mueller-asks-to-delay-hearing-in-jerome-corsi-lawsuit-citing-shutdown.html

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11) Trump’s holiday gift to America: Hope for a little more peace on Earth?
Source: Garrison Center
by Thomas L Knapp

“Nothing’s written in stone, and both US foreign policy and Donald Trump are prone to sudden and unexpected turns. But the holiday season is a time of hope. Maybe, just maybe, nearly three decades of US war in the Middle East are coming to the beginning of their end.” 12/27/18)

http://thegarrisoncenter.org/archives/14145

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12) NATO partisans started a new Cold War with Russia
Source: Cato Institute
by Ted Galen Carpenter

“When historians examine the first few decades of the so-called post-Cold War era, they are likely to marvel at the clumsy and provocative policies that the United States and its NATO allies pursued toward Russia. Perceptive historians will conclude that a multitude of insensitive actions by those governments poisoned relations with Moscow, and by the latter years of the Obama administration, led to the onset of a new cold war. During the Trump administration, matters grew even worse, and that cold war threatened to turn hot. Since the history of our era is still being written, we have an opportunity to avoid such a cataclysmic outcome. However, the behavior of America’s political, policy, and media elites in response to the latest parochial quarrel between Russia and Ukraine regarding the Kerch Strait suggests that they learned nothing from their previous blunders.” (12/27/18)

https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/nato-partisans-started-new-cold-war-russia

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13) Looking back, hoping for liberty
Source: Eastern New Mexico News
by Kent McManigal

“Here we go, wrapping up another year. While there’s still the possibility of something significant happening in the final days of December, there’s an even better chance nothing significant will happen, but something trivial will be overblown to seem important. Until that happens, how do things look? For yet another year, after too long following the same downward path, the U.S. is still trying to become everything it previously opposed about the late Soviet Union. Political prisoner Ross Ulbricht rots in prison, and two of liberty’s heroes — Julian Assange and Edward Snowden — sit just out of reach of the U.S. government so as to avoid also becoming permanent political prisoners of the regime. This is how far the U.S. has gone toward replacing the USSR as the enemy of human rights and liberty.” (12/26/18)

https://www.easternnewmexiconews.com/story/2018/12/26/voices/opinion-looking-back-hoping-for-liberty/160301.html

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14) No, Jill Stein did not cost Hillary Clinton the White House
Source: Reason
by Matt Welch

“The December 17 reports commissioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Russian attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election have breathed new life into the old Democrat complaint that Green Party nominee Jill Stein cost Hillary Clinton the presidency. … This apparently is a lesson that requires re-learning and re-re-learning, no matter how many times Howard Dean says batty stuff like, ‘Had Stein not been on the ballot we might not have Trump.’ Even granting Dean’s anti-competitive hypothetical of removing either a disfavored second-time candidate or an entire political party that has been in the presidential arena since 1996, there is zero reason to believe that a Green-less campaign would have resulted in a Trump-less White House.” (12/26/18)

https://reason.com/blog/2018/12/26/no-jill-stein-did-not-cost-hillary-clint

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15) Liberal democracy and its reinventors
Source: EconLog
by Alberto Mingardi

“Reinventing ‘liberal democracy’ seems a rather popular activity these days. There is a widespread presumption that voters are globally rejecting globalisation and freer markets. Most explanations of the rise of so-called ‘populism’ tend to understand it as a homogeneous phenomenon all through the West, and thus the result of homogenous demands on the part of voters. ‘Liberal democracy'(or liberalism, or capitalism, all words that in this context are used as a substitute for ‘the establishment’) ought to be reinventing itself to answer such demands. Most of the time, the reinventors of ‘liberal democracy’ end up preaching for more economic interventionism, thinking this is the way to bring the populists’ demands back into the fold of the ‘establishment.’” (12/26/18)

https://www.econlib.org/liberal-democracy-and-its-reinventors/

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16) Feds legalize hemp but not CBD; states can continue to nullify prohibition
Source: Tenth Amendment Center
by Mike Maharrey

“With the passage of the farm bill, the federal government will now treat industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity instead of a controlled substance. It also specifically includes hemp in various USDA farm programs. The legislation also redefines hemp to include its ‘extracts, cannabinoids and derivatives.’ This ensures that hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) can no longer be regulated as a controlled substance. Nevertheless, this does not address the authority the FDA claims to regulate CBD as a drug. … here’s the good news. Despite past and ongoing federal prohibition, CBD is everywhere. A New York Times article asserted that ‘with CBD popping up in nearly everything — bath bombs, ice cream, dog treats — it is hard to overstate the speed at which CBD has moved from the Burning Man margins to the cultural center.’” (12/26/18)

https://tenthamendmentcenter.com/2018/12/26/feds-legalize-hemp-but-not-cbd-states-can-continue-to-nullify-prohibition/

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17) Russia-mania takes over the world
Source: spiked
by Tim Black

“Over the summer, Sweden’s defence commission warned that ‘a larger European conflict could start with an attack on Sweden.’ Politicians and military planners clearly agreed — in June, 22,000 Swedish volunteer soldiers were called up for the largest surprise exercise since 1975. The protagonist of this European conflict wasn’t named as such, but it didn’t need to be. Because every politician and civil servant, every pundit and broadcaster, just knows that the protagonist is Russia. Because that is the function ‘Russia’ — alongside associated dread words such as ‘Vladimir Putin’ or ‘Russian oligarchs’ — now plays in the political imagination of Western elites. It is the catch-all, go-to explanation for their travails. The assumed military demiurge of global instability. The real, albeit dark and hidden, source of populist discontent.” (12/27/18)

https://www.spiked-online.com/2018/12/27/russia-mania-takes-over-the-world/

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18) Markets are not perfect, they are essential
Source: American Institute for Economic Research
by Max Gulker

“‘Dear libertarians,’ read a recent tweet from Niskanen Center President Jerry Taylor; ‘tell me why this sort of usury is in the public interest, or more directly, how it serves the interests of consumers. Is it not simple predation against those unsophisticated or unwise enough to resist the commercial trap?’ He attached a recent New York Times op-ed decrying the lending practices of rent-to-own furniture and appliance stores, which are dramatically overrepresented in low-income and minority neighborhoods. This was but the latest shot fired by Taylor against his former libertarian allies since the Niskanen Center pivoted to an agenda that one can describe in almost oxymoronic terms: dogmatic moderation, unyielding centrism. The implication was clear. Libertarians were on the hook to explain why this method of transacting with customers was indeed in the public interest and did not require government intervention. Many commenters answered the call and did just that, but by defending these lending practices without focusing on the bigger picture, they may have let Taylor escape to fight another day.” (12/26/18)

https://www.aier.org/article/markets-are-not-perfect-they-are-essential

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19) Chief Wahoo, money, and principle
Source: Medium
by James Leroy Wilson

“What sets Chief Wahoo apart from other logos isn’t that it’s cartoonish, but that it cartoonisly represents a racial minority that’s been treated unjustly since the beginning of white settlement in North America. As we all recognize, no similar depiction of African-Americans would be acceptable. The Indians, however, still used it during the season, apparently to sell remaining merchandise and allow Indians fans who love the logo to give it a fond farewell. That prompted Craig Calcaterra of NBC Sports to write, ‘It was a welcome move, but make no mistake, it was motivated by money, not by principle.’ Well, yes. Is there anything wrong with that?” (12/26/18)

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20) Who works for whom?
Source: Common Sense
by Paul Jacob

“Rob Port likes something I do not: North Dakota’s Senate Concurrent Resolution 4001. I have previously applauded Port in this space, for his excellent political commentary on Say Anything Blog, columns for the Forum News Service, and on his WDAY AM-970 radio show in Fargo. Today? Boos. The constitutional amendment, pre-filed for next year’s session by Sen. David Hogue (R-Minot), would require any future constitutional amendment petitioned onto the ballot by citizens and then passed by voters in a statewide General Election to … pass the Legislature twice — in two separate sessions — to be enacted. Hogue’s amendment exterminates the power of the people to bind their representatives constitutionally, arming the Legislature with a veto to overrule the people.” (12/27/18)

http://thisiscommonsense.com/2018/12/27/who-works-for-whom/

***** The Sound and the Fury *****

21) Reason Podcast, 12/26/18
Source: Reason

“J.D. Tuccille, Lisa Snell, and Rob Long discuss the democratization of everything at Reason’s 50th anniversary celebration.” [various formats] (12/26/18)

https://reason.com/blog/2018/12/26/democratizing-gun-production

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22) Doug Bandow on The Scott Horton Show
Source: Libertarian Institute

“Doug Bandow joins the show to talk about all four of his recent articles, covering China, Cuba, Yemen, and Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria and Afghanistan. The entire foreign policy establishment is melting down over the announcement, but Bandow says this is unequivocally the right move; American presence in the Middle East has accomplished basically nothing good and has only provoked more radicalism and unrest.” [various formats] (12/27/18)

https://libertarianinstitute.org/scotthortonshow/12-21-18-doug-bandow-on-syria-afghanistan-cuba-and-china/

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23) Building Tomorrow Podcast, episode 27
Source: Libertarianism.org

“We don’t know the consequences of the infinite scroll yet, but in order to actually live, it may be wise to be mindful of your screen time.” [various formats] (12/27/18)

https://www.libertarianism.org/podcasts/building-tomorrow/has-phone-hacked-brain

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24) Eccentricity Probe, episode 1
Source: The Launch Pad Media

“A discussion of ‘The Road to Serfdom’ by F. A. Hayek.” [Flash audio or MP3] (12/27/18)

https://jrlp.podbean.com/e/to-the-socialists-of-all-parties-eccentricity-probe-ep1/

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25) Blockchain 2025, 12/26/18
Source: Bitcoin.com

“Quantum computing could potentially uncover private keys and create false transactions. Is it FUD or a risk that needs to be considered and mitigated?” [various formats] (12/26/18)

https://podcast.bitcoin.com/e631-Quantum-Computing-and-Other-Risks-to-Blockchain-Technology

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26) Free Talk Live, 12/26/18
Source: Free Talk Live

“Trump Promises Shutdown Continues Until Wall :: Bureacrats Unpaid Until Shutdown Over :: Who is affected? :: Sarah’s Calcium Claims :: When will bureaucrats quit? :: Insane California Cannabis Testing Regulations Putting Companies Out of Business :: Muslims Protesting Amazon Factory Conditions :: Imam Will Coley Explains Muslim Prayer Rules :: Government Teacher is Upset :: HOSTS — Ian, Darryl.” [Flash audio or MP3] (12/26/18)

https://www.freetalklive.com/podcast/2018-12-26

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27) Foreign Policy Focus, episode 289
Source: Foreign Policy Focus

“On FPF #289, Kevin Doremus joins the show to discuss foreign policy Realism. Kevin is a realist and explains his philosophy. Kevin discuss prominent realists like John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt. We highlight some of the best writers from the realist school. Kevin details how realist foreign policy reacts to today’s world.” [various formats] (12/26/18)

http://foreignpolicyfocus.libsyn.com/fpf-289-realism-guest-kevin-doremus

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28) Ron Paul Liberty Report, 12/26/18
Source: Ron Paul Liberty Report

“What does the Ron Paul Liberty Report and the Ron Paul Institute have in store for 2019? What have we accomplished in 2018? What are our plans to keep spreading the peace and prosperity message and how can you be a part of it?” [Flash video] (12/26/18)

http://www.ronpaullibertyreport.com/archives/looking-to-2019-at-the-ron-paul-liberty-report

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29) Editor’s Break, episode 126
Source: Everything Voluntary

“Editor’s Break 126 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: voluntaryists who prefer coercive solutions to socio- or politico-economic problems; the delusional thinking required in accepting determinism (vs. free will); why government regulation is unnecessary; what true progressivism is; how to handle violent tantrums by toddlers; and more.” [various formats] (12/26/18)

https://everything-voluntary.com/voluntaryists-determinism-regulation-progressivism-tantrums-23m-editors-break-126

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30) Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock, 12/26/18
Source: Freedom’s Phoenix

“Tone Vays (Trader, Risk Analyst, Blogger; Speaker) continues the Biotcon/Bitcoin Cash/Cryptocurrency debate, what’s next for Bitcoin Cash (ABC vs SV) and cyryptos in 2019, etc.” [MP3] (12/26/18)

https://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Media/253486-2018-12-26-12-26-18-tone-vays-bitcoin-and-the-future-of.htm

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