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Rep. Thomas Massie Versus the Coronavirus Power-Grabbers in Government

Fear of coronavirus, or the use of such fear being present among the people to justify expanding control, is driving decisions in much of American local, state, and national governments. Limiting international travel, prohibiting people from eating or drinking in restaurants and bars, imposing curfews, ordering “nonessential” businesses shut, and banning gatherings of more than a certain number of individuals are among the mandates governments have put in place in the name of fighting coronavirus.
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GameStop Standing Up to Government Demands to Close Stores


One of the most basic and important freedoms is the freedom to engage in commerce. That freedom is under attack from state and local governments demanding that some businesses, often termed “nonessential,” limit or suspend their operations because of the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus and the Rise of Social Media Censorship



If you thought the removing of content and the suspending and exiling of individuals from social media platforms has been bad over the last few years, expect the problem to worsen now that coronavirus is on the scene.

With coronavirus fear affecting social media companies’ operations, more of these sorts of decisions will likely be handed over to computer programs, with the programs, or algorithms, erring on the side of increasing restrictions on speech.

For example, YouTube has announced that, due to coronavirus causing an increased dependence on the company’s “automated systems,” YouTube will be removing more videos, including videos it admits are fine under the social media platform’s rules. Here is how YouTube explained the situation on Monday at Twitter...
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More Chaos: House Iran War Vote, Coronavirus Stimulus, Euro Travel Ban!

As the House further debates a resolution restricting President Trump's power to make war on Iran, the House is rushing through a "coronavirus stimulus" bill pumping more billions into the pockets of the well-connected. Meanwhile, President Trump has announced that no flights from Europe can land in the US. How is that going to work? And where's the authority? Don't miss today's Liberty Report...
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Battle Over Idlib - Pompeo Versus Trump

President Trump's Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, is driving the US closer to war with Russia over Turkey's land grab in northern Syria. While Trump talks about removing US troops from the Middle East, Pompeo has turned his State Department into a second White House and second Pentagon to launch his own foreign policy. Will Trump continue to allow Pompeo to run the show? Watch today's Liberty Report...
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Iraq War Goes On (And On) - Two More US Soldiers Killed

After a "Super Tuesday 2" campaign update from Ron Paul, today's program looks at yet more US military deaths in Iraq. The 17 year war continues to take US (and Iraqi) lives even after the Iraqi parliament voted this year to remove foreign troops from Iraqi soil. What are they fighting for? Does anyone know? Tune in to today's Liberty Report...
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Making the Best of Running a ‘Sure to Lose’ Libertarian Presidential Campaign


Even most libertarians would probably agree that it is just about a sure bet that none of the current candidates or commonly discussed potential candidates for the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nomination would, if he becomes the party’s nominee, defeat the Republican and Democratic nominees in the upcoming November general election and win the presidency.
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A Military Distraction? US Hands Ukraine $125 Million In Weapons

In yet another example of President Trump continuing the bad policies of President Obama, the Administration announced it would grant $125 million in new anti-artillery radar and military patrol ships to Ukraine. Maybe a military distraction will take minds off of rocky financial waters and a coronavirus that has the world in a panic? Watch the Liberty Report...
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The Return of Mayor Kucinich?


It has been 40 years since Dennis Kucinich completed his term as mayor of Cleveland, Ohio in 1979. Kucinich, who had been tagged as the “boy mayor” given his age and youthful appearance when mayor, went on to later hold elected office in the Cleveland city council from 1983 to 1985, the Ohio state senate from 1995 to 1997, and the United States House of Representatives from 1997 to 2013, all as a Cleveland Democrat.
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