Vacations, News, and Value Hierarchy

A bit of a “meta” show for the first show after after my vacation, which brought to mind the issue of value hierarchy and the importance of “news” in daily life. And, yes, some actual news will be discussed 😀 See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Don’t Let It Go on Instagram

My Tucker Carlson appearance

Objectivism: The Philosophy of Ayn Rand (by Leonard Peikoff)

Trump Says Transgender People Will Not Be Allowed in the Military

Trump Admin Official Reveals Strategy Behind Transgender Military Ban: Put Dems on Their Heels in 2018

HT Dave Rubin on Twitter

Transblind: Woman ‘Identifies’ as Blind, Uses Chemicals to Blind Herself Forever HT Brian Yoder

Federal Judge Nominee Claims Bible Precedes Constitution HT Rob Abiera

Company set to become first in US to microchip employees HT Rob Abiera

Quantum Computing is Coming for Your Data HT Rob Abiera

The Jezabels are in Studio!!


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3 responses to “Vacations, News, and Value Hierarchy

  1. Joe Jones

    The bible precedes the constitution by roughly 1700 years.

    • But in the context, temporal precedence is not what’s important. We need to constrain government according to objective rules, rules that can be reduced to the occurrence (or non-occurrence) of physical actions that violate the rights of citizens.

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