Nihilism and Its Consequences, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

Today we’ll discuss the unfortunately pervasive effects of nihilism seen in recent news. From the destructiveness of Hamas and whoever shot down a Malaysian passenger plane this week, to our President’s shameful response to the latter, and even to the structure of player contracts in basketball and the politicization of classic superheroes in comics. See Program Notes, below, for links to all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

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Program Notes



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Obama Points to Pro-Russia Separatists in Downing of Malaysian Airlines Plane

Did MH17 pilot divert INTO the danger zone?

Israel Invaded Gaza Because of Palestinian Rocket Fire, Says Netanyahu

Moral clarity in Gaza

How the International Laws of War Abet Hamas, Undercut Israel

OUTRAGEOUS: US warns Israel to be ‘more careful’ about civilian casualties

Michael Ramirez cartoon HT Bosch Fawstin

Marvel Makes Male Thor Into Female Superhero HT Bosch Fawstin

Marvel Editor Says It Was ‘About Time’ for Falcon to Become New Captain America

The Miami Heat and the NBA’s Double Standard of ‘Sacrifice’

Obama Administration Urges Immediate Action on ‘Inversions’ HT Rob Abiera

Man Accused of Beating Woman Because She Looked Too Happy HT Al Meyer via Don’t Let It Go Unheard page on Facebook

In NSA-intercepted data, those not targeted far outnumber the foreigners who are HT Rick Wilmes

HT Daniel Henry

BREAKING: Obama Administration Bans Import of Izhmash & Kalashnikov (Saiga) Firearms HT Daniel Henry

US Government Says the 4th Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Online Storage

Constitutional Scholar Warns Obama is Threatening to Remake Gov’t

Dick Morris quotes from Atlas Shrugged (via ARI, HT Bosch Fawstin)

Oklahoma Supreme Court supports constitutionality of Common Core repeal bill HT Rob Abiera


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6 responses to “Nihilism and Its Consequences, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

  1. Craig

    Image: students who participate in dialogue sessions of the book The Fountainhead. Behind, the sculpture Atlas Libertas that was inspired by the title and subject of Ayn Rand’s literary masterpiece, Atlas Shrugged. It is located on the main façade that welcomes visitors in the building of UFM’s Business School. – Interview with Yaron Brook

  2. Craig

    Edward Snowden: ‘If I end up in chains in Guantánamo I can live with that’

  3. Amy, good to have you and DLIGU back. Missed my program last week!

    What I found most revealing in Obama’s Malaysian response were his words: “looks like it may be a terrible tragedy.” May be? May be a tragedy? May be terrible? Did you catch this?

    Obama is so detached from reality, that he cannot even identify a tragedy or empathize in the slightest with innocent human victims. To him, death and suffering, no matter the scale, are the equivalent of losing one’s car keys.

    Best, Cary

  4. Nullifying my comment is a symptom of nihilism.

    • Your “comment” was a link with a one-word introduction. The url was unfamiliar to me, and it did not match the title. So I was protecting my readers from clicking on a link I thought might be spam. Not nihilistic, and certainly not “censorship,” as you tried to say in another comment. Only government can censor.

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