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Episode 41: John McCain's Call for No-Fly Zone Over Libya, U.S. Intervention in Libya?, Etc

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In the forty-first episode, Todd and his panelists law firm administrator, former publisher of The Liberty Voice, and pro-Liberty/Anarchist commentator/pundit Sherry Mann, prominent libertarian sci-fi author and publisher of The Libertarian Enterprise L. Neil Smith, and left-libertarian/Anarchist commentator/pundit Nathan Goodman discussed John McCain's call for a no-fly zone over Libya, the Republican establishment pushing for possible and very likely U.S. intervention in Libya, President Obama looking into "a range of potential options, including potential military options" against Libya, conservatives like Rick Santorum and Tim Pawlenty supporting the no-fly zone, the Huffington Post opining that the no-fly zone isn't up to Obama, U.S. Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) warning against U.S. invasion of Libya, former Elkins High School educator and now college professor serving a 30-year sentence just for having consensual with a former 18-year-old student, NPR chief Vivian Schiller resigning on the heels of a sting video showing anti-Semitism and conservatives being disparaged at the organization's fundraiser, USAToday/Gallup Poll revealing most Americans fine with congressional proceedings against U.S. Muslims, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker rescinding layoff notices to state union employees.

[*Note: Neil and Sherry arrived late - almost 10 minutes late - but better late than never, as Neil correctly says. Neil and I got into a disagreement over the sullied image of the Tea Party movement that was started after the Republicans took it over, but we'll just have to agree to disagree. Otherwise, a great show nonetheless!]

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