Don’t Let It Go…Unheard #18

How will Obamacare affect your privacy? Is Obama exceeding the scope of his authority by continuing our involvement in Libya and, if so, what should the GOP do? This week’s Supreme Court ruling on Tenth Amendment standing. Ron Paul wins another straw poll. The “2012 Pro-Life Citizen’s Pledge”. And more.

(Note: The candidate’s version of the pledge is actually called the “2012 Pro-Life Presidential Leadership Pledge.” The citizen’s version consists of a citizen pledging to vote only for a candidate who promises to govern according to the terms of the pledge. It was the name of the citizen’s pledge that was used in the Volokh Conspiracy blog post I discussed and I carried the error over into my podcast. Sorry for that.)

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One response to “Don’t Let It Go…Unheard #18

  1. I listened to the mp3 of this episode today and heard that one of your topics was the nationwide health information network (which Betsy McCaughey refers to as the national electronic health database in her NY Post piece). I wrote a little about this back in 2009 when the stimulus legislation came out:

    I could revisit that topic in a new piece if there’s interest or specific questions.

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