Professor Walter Russell Mead joins me to discuss the legacy of President George W. Bush. Is the Bush legacy impairing the Republican brand? Should the GOP admit that the Iraq war was a bad idea? Find out on this edition of InstaVision.
Dan Mitchell of the Cato Institute joins me to discuss the fiscal cliff and the possibility that some Republicans might support Obama’s demand for further tax hikes. Should the GOP support income tax increases to balance the budget, or is there another course? Find out on this InstaVision.
It’s a special Ayn Rand edition of PJTV’s Instavision. Harmon Kaslow, the producer of the film Atlas Shrugged, Part II, discusses the relevance of the Ayn Rand classic to the policies of President Obama. This novel is selling better now than when it was first released. Are job creators going to give up on the U.S. economy? Find out.
Professor and blogger Walter Russell Mead joins Glenn Reynolds to discuss Obama’s first term. Since Obama’s election, the anti-war movement has evaporated, yet America continues to wage war. Can Obama continue to wage war without offending his base? Find out. Plus, Walter Mead discusses the education bubble, and the slow death of America’s professional class.
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Can we expect justice in the Obama administration, or just politics as usual? Whistleblower J. Christian Adams responds to the DOJ with exclusive documents answering whether he was a disgruntled employee or an outstanding civil servant. (Check PJM later today for more from Adams, after he testifies to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights regarding the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation dismissal.)
Following Monday's McDonald decision, gun ownership by law-abiding citizens is the new normal, and the Second Amendment is now normal constitutional law.
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The mood at the National Rifle Association's annual convention this election year was optimistic and cheerful, even before the bourbon kicked in. But are gun-rights advocates getting too comfortable? Possibly.
Ron Paul's book, The Revolution: A Manifesto benefits from many of the virtues of the author's maverick presidential campaign — but it also shares some of the Paul campaign's shortcomings.
Bill Hewlett and David Packard started in a garage and created the modern world. And the world's greatest company along the way. Glenn Reynolds reviews Michael S. Malone's new book, %%AMAZON=1591841526 Bill and Dave: How Hewlett and Packard Built the World's Greatest Company.%%