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Episode 572 Scott Adams: CNN Taking Out Biden, Reparations, Iran Shoots Down Drone, Warren

Content:  Will CNN and MSNBC support… The candidate that’s best for the CNN and MSNBC brands? The candidate that’s best for CNN and MSNBC financially? Symone Sanders clearly sees the Biden story spin is a HOAX …while continuing to promote the “Fine People” HOAX Elizabeth Warren’s two biggest drawbacks Is anyone considering moving their company […]

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The Ignored Vitamin Cure

If you want to avert the development of a sight-robbing disease called macular degeneration you are going to have to step outside modern medicine.  Eye doctors only have treatment but no prevention for this dastardly eye disease that robs senior adults of their central vision for reading, driving and watching TV. Don’t both your eye doctor about this proposed vitamin cure for macular degeneration.  Your eye doctor will demand a controlled human study before he/she prescribes a vitamin.  There are no published human studies to confirm its safety and effectiveness and none are planned.  So, it is unproven (but not … Continue reading

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Can Government Punish Twice for the Same Crime?

Shop all books by Judge Napolitano “…nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb…” –Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution The government in America is out of control. Last week, this column discussed the unconstitutional efforts of federal prosecutors in Chicago to punish an American citizen for crimes that had not yet been committed. This week, I address the wish of federal prosecutors in Alabama to charge and to punish a man for a crime for which he had already been convicted and punished. There is no happy ending … Continue reading

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Oberlin College and the Rise of Social Justice Vengeance

For those of us who have been the victims of a public shaming, as I was at the beginning of 2018, something rather wonderful happened last week. The jury delivered its verdict in a law suit that a bakery in Oberlin, Ohio had brought against the neighboring liberal arts college for defamation, infliction of emotional distress and tortious interference. In brief, students and staff at Oberlin College engaged in a long campaign to brand the local business as ‘racist’, inflicting a terrible toll on its reputation, and the jury sided with the plaintiffs. The story begins on November 9, 2016 … Continue reading

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