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Government Monopolies and Monopolies on Hurt Feelings, Tonight at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET)

Tonight we’ll discuss a couple of examples that illustrate the destructiveness and hypocrisy of government-imposed monopolies, followed by a number of examples in which the liberal/PC crowd show that they think they have a monopoly on hurt feelings. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., we plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

David Lat’s Supreme Ambitions

Vivint Solar

Drought Hypocrisy: San Francisco Using Drinking Water To Heat City Hall, Other Buildings

Gay Hoteliers Face Boycott For Holding Unapproved Opinion of Ted Cruz

Crisis averted: Johns Hopkins student government bans Chick-fil-A to prevent “microaggression” against gays

American Indian actors walk off set of Adam Sandler movie over racially-offensive jokes

Stephen A Smith Hammers Tom Brady For Going To See Bush 43, Not Obama

University of Maryland Caves to Muslim Students Demands, Cancels “American Sniper”

Boomer Esiason Slams Maryland for American Sniper Decision

HURRY! GET LAST TICKETS AVAILABLE for Muhammad Art Exhibit, May 3rd

Supreme Court to Justice Department: No, the Fourth Amendment Is Not a ‘Useless Piece of Paper’

In Fourth Amendment cases, it’s a toss-up

Union cancels Boeing vote, claiming gun-toting workers told it to take off


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