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May 08 2007

Swedes Protest against visiting Iranian foreign minister

Swedes Protest against visiting Iranian foreign minister

Human Rights & Women’s Rights in Iran were on the minds of up to 200 protesters in Stockholm, Sweden on Monday. Iran has been refusing to grant woman equal rights, Iran has been imprisoning political opposition. Perhaps worst of all Iran has ignored all international diplomatic efforts and has been continued it’s uranium enrichment and Nuclear Weapons Program. The UN Security Council imposed new sanctions on Iran in March and has demanded the country suspend its uranium enrichment programme.

Protesters in Sweden were angered that Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki was allowed to enter Sweden and address Swedish Institute of International Affairs. Police gathered while eggs were thrown in protest from the shouting crowd.

Swedish newspapers published articles from Swedish publishing and writers’ organizations in which Carl Bildt and Maud Olofsson are urged to issue a strong protest against the Iranian regime’s mistreatment of women pushing for equal rights in the country.

Two weeks ago, two leading figures in the Iranian women’s movement were each sentenced to three years in prison for “conspiracy with the intention of damaging national security”. The two women, Parvin Ardalan and Nooshin Ahmadi Khorosani, were among the instigators of a campaign for equal rights which managed to gather one million supportive signatures. The authors of Monday’s article called for the verdict against the women to be overturned and for Foreign Minister Bildt and Deputy Prime Minister Olofsson to encourage the EU to take action on their behalf. Several Iranian women’s organizations in Sweden have condemned the Swedish government for allowing Mottaki to visit. They have also called for Sweden to break off all political and cultural ties with Iran.

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Apr 13 2007

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Daily Commentary  

Daily Commentary – 2007-04-13

Albert Mohler: Defining Down Marriage With Albert Mohler

Is marriage being “defined down?” That is the case made by researcher David Blankenhorn in his new book, The Future of Marriage.



WeatherBrains – 2007-04-13

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains 63: “Tropical Gray”

April 9th, 2007

WeatherBrains Episode 63 is now online (April 9, 2007)

Welcome to WeatherBrains, a weekly audio program for people who love weather.

In this week’s episode:

William Gray and Phil Klotzbach

– Hurricanes galore? Famed tropical expert Dr. William Gray of Colorado State University believes this year’s Atlantic hurricane season will be a busy one, and shares the predictions he and associate Phil Klotzbach are making with the WeatherBrains crew;

NOAA 200– The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the “parent company” of the National Weather Service, turns 200 this year. We’ll look at some Top 10 weather features of the NOAA 200 celebration website;

– Looking for a job? You might be interested in who’s hiring at a certain 24 hour weather network;

– Also, find out who that guest announcer is…does WeatherBrains have its first female contributor?;

– This Week In Weather: Would you believe a weather vane so special it may be worth more than a million dollars? Kevin has details;

– This Week In Weather History: Bill Murray recalls this week in 1927 when 30,000 men tried to hold back the floodwaters of a raging Mississippi River and lost, causing over a million acres of land to be flooded, destroying the town of Greenville;



Jerry Newberry – 2007-04-13

Jerry talks about phone call with mother of Christopher Wilson With Jerry Newberry

Part 1: Jerry Opens up the show and talks about a phone call with the mother of Christopher Wilson, who Jerry had spent time with during his trip to Afghanistan, as well as a giving a short story regarding a veteran and his attempts to get the government to acknowledge cold-weather injuries.


Jerry talks with Maggie Lockridge of www.iraqstar.org With Jerry Newberry

Part 2: Jerry talks with Maggie Lockridge, founder of www.iraqstar.org and discusses a fantastic program she has initiated in California to aid wounded veterans with their injuries that have left them disfigured.


Jerry Talks to Maggie Lockridge of iraqstar.org With Jerry Newberry

Part 3 Jerry continues his discussion with Maggie Lockridge of www.iraqstar.org, and talks with her on how people can help with this great program.


Gen. Petraeus talking with Jim Lehrer on the American military in Iraq With Jerry Newberry

Part 4: Jerry listens to some audio of Gen. Petraeus talking with Jim Lehrer about the state of the American military in Iraq, as well as the influence that state-side politics do, or don’t, have an effect on his job.



Weekend Journal – 2007-04-13

TH Radio: Hewitt, Medved, Prager Discuss the Don Imus Debacle With Mike Gallagher, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Albert Mohler, Dennis Prager

Hugh Hewitt invited Dennis Prager and Michael Medved on his program to discuss the repercussions Don Imus is facing after his remark about the Rutgers University girls basketball players; Michael Medved spoke with former public school teacher Ricardo Cortés about his new pro-marijuana “children’s book”; and Dr. Albert Mohler explains how science is on the side of the pro-life movement. All this and more




Dr. Philip C. BobbittConstitutional theorist and author Dr. Philip C. Bobbitt discusses the transformation of the nature of war and his book, The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace and the Course of History. Originally aired 04/12/07.



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

We Love ‘John of Queens’ and ‘Frank of Staten’ Island!!!


Piet ‘Skiet’ Rudolph Interview

Imus: The Left Eats Its Own

The Best of Frank and John, Vol.40





Jihad, Danger, World Predictions, and What You Can Do!

Insane News From the Rim, Gay Bears and more!


Blogun makes 50 Episodes and you’re invited to the party! with thanks to Kevin Mac Leod of incompetech.com: “El Magicia” “Old Timey” “Sax Rock and Roll” Peter John Ross “The Wild Side”

Grab someone you love and hug them



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-04-13

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Rudy Giuliani With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh catches up with former New York Mayor and GOP presidential front-runner Rudy Giuliani, and takes calls afterwards on the interview.


Fred Barnes, Morton Kondracke, Larry Kudlow, James Lileks, Tom Delay With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Fred and Mort discuss the political news of the week, Larry discusses the financial news of the week, James helps us cover the loss of network spots due to a tornado warning in Texas by doing conducting tornado talk, and Tom Delay discusses the Imus affair, suggesting that if Imus goes, so should Rosie O’Donnell and Bill Maher.


Emmett of the Unblinking Eye, Tarzana Joe With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Emmett’s list this week is the top ten dancing movies of all time, followed by Tarzana Joe’s farewell ode to John Donald Imus.

Dennis Prager  

Dennis Prager – 2007-04-13



Imus Gone With Dennis Prager

Prager H1: First MSNBC. Now his CBS radio show. This is the same crowd that owns MTV… Mike Nifong, the Duke prosecutor, makes a non-apology to the lacrosse players whose names he’s maligned.


Happiness Hour: Comparing Yourself to Others With Dennis Prager

Prager H2: It’s very tempting to do, and we all have a tendency to do it, but it will only generate unhappiness. You need perspective to be happy… In the first segment, Dennis tells a very funny story about his appearance as a high school basketball player in Madison Square Garden…


Open Lines With Dennis Prager

Prager H3: Per usual, callers set the agenda. Issues raised include: does a man have to make a lot of money to get a wife; if you don’t marry what will you miss; is it okay to have plastic surgery; if you’re going fast in the left lane and somebody is going faster, should you move; should we send troops to Darfur.

Mike Medved  

Michael Medved – 2007-04-13



Medved talks to Condoleeza Rice With Michael Medved

Medved talks to Condoleeza Rice about foreign affairs, the recent Imus controversy and numerous other topics.



JaySekulow – 2007-04-13


Jay Sekulow Live

Stand for Life With Jay Sekulow

Efforts intensify to push for a veto of the troubling Senate bill that clears the way for federal funding of research on embryonic stem cells.



Brit Hume‘s Political Grapevine


Special Report

Political Grapevine 4/13



Neil’s Common Sense – 2007-04-13

Neil Cavuto

Common Sense 4/13



John Gibson’s My Word


War On Christmas


My Word: 4/13


Apr 01 2007



LONDON: March 31, 2007

UN, EU and UK leaders rally together and jointly threatened to hold meetings to plan committees to consider the possibility of designating certain high ranking officials that would hold their breath until they are thoroughly blue in the face and not just a shade of pink. Other members on the far right parties in Britain’s Parliament have even gone so far as to suggest, that “if the committees gathered to suggest that certain diplomats hold their breath” and should it be unanimously agreed, and if there are no objections after a public opinion poll… “it should be explicitly written into the non-binding resolution that the breath holding by designated diplomats should be repeated again in 30 days, should another UN vote and public opinion poll indicate the need arises and if the British hostages not released. UN consensus must be deemed necessary in order for such actions to be deemed appropriate and even voted on at some date in the future.


In off the record reports some members of Parliament and the EU have been said to suggest that if IRAN appears by some to be interpreted by some and appear to act in a manner that is uncivilized, which they were unwilling to state publicly at this time… “the possibility of bringing in former US President Jimmy Carter as a consultant in forming committees to study the possibility of studding the situation was at this time not off the table.


IRAN at this time has not responded to this shocking display of diplomatic unity between UN, EU and UK diplomatic circles.







Mar 20 2007


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Russia Gives Iran Ultimatum on Enrichment

PARIS, Mar. 18 — Russia has informed Iran that it will withhold nuclear fuel for Iran’s nearly completed Bushehr power plant unless Iran suspends its uranium enrichment as demanded by the United Nations Security Council, European, American and Iranian officials said.

The ultimatum was delivered in Moscow last week by Igor Ivanov, Russia’s Security Council Secretary, to Ali Hosseini Tash, Iran’s deputy chief nuclear negotiator, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because a confidential diplomatic exchange between two governments was involved.

For years, President Bush has been pressing President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia to cut off help to Iran on the nuclear reactor, which is Tehran’s first serious effort to produce nuclear energy and has been highly profitable for Russia. But Mr. Putin has resisted.

Recently, however, Moscow and Tehran have been engaged in a public argument about whether Iran has paid its bills, in a dispute that may explain Russia’s apparent shift. The ultimatum may also reflect Moscow’s increasing displeasure and frustration with Iran over its refusal to stop enriching uranium at its vast facility at Natanz.

“We’re not sure what mix of commercial and political motives are at play here,” one senior Bush administration official said in Washington. “But clearly the Russians and the Iranians are getting on each other’s nerves — and that’s not all bad.”

“We consider this a very important decision by the Russians,” a senior European official said. “It shows that our disagreements with the Russians about the dangers of Iran’s nuclear program are tactical. Fundamentally, the Russians don’t want a nuclear Iran.”

At a time of growing tensions between Washington and Moscow, American officials are welcoming Russian aid on Iran as a sign that there are still areas in which the two powers can cooperate.

Russia has been deeply reluctant to ratchet up sanctions against Iran in the Security Council, which is expected to vote on a new set of sanctions against the country within the next week.

But American officials have also been trying to create a commercial incentive for Russia to put pressure on Iran. One proposal the Bush administration has endorsed since late 2005 envisions having the Russians enrich Iran’s uranium in Russia. That creates the prospect of tens or hundreds of millions of dollars in business for Russia and a way to ensure that Iran receives only uranium enriched for use in power reactors, instead of weapons.

Iran has rejected those proposals, saying it has the right to enrich uranium on its own territory.

The Russian Atomic Energy Agency, known as Rosatom, is eager to become a major player in the global nuclear energy market. As Security Council action against Iran has gained momentum and its isolation increases, involvement with Iran’s Bushehr project may detract from Rosatom’s reputation.

In a flurry of public comments in the past month, Russian officials have acknowledged that Russia is delaying the delivery of fuel to the reactor in the port city of Bushehr. The officials attributed the delay to the failure of Iran to pay what it owes, not on nuclear proliferation concerns.

But last month, Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov informed some European officials that Russia had made a political decision not to deliver the fuel, adding that Russia would state publicly that the sole reason was financial, European officials said.

Members of the Security Council are moving towards a vote this week on a draft resolution imposing further sanctions on Iran for its defiance of demands that it suspend its enrichment activities and return to negotiations over its nuclear program.

The resolution is aimed at the country’s arms exports, a leading Iranian bank and the elite Revolutionary Guards military force. It would reduce Iran’s access to foreign currency and isolate the bank, Bank Sepah, from international financing.

The State Department has granted visas to the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and a retinue of 38 aides and security staff so that he can address the Security Council meeting.

Throughout the negotiations, the Russians tried to water down the resolution, a reflection of both their desire to avoid a backlash in Iran and their strong skepticism about the effectiveness of sanctions.

The pending resolution follows on a similar one passed last December that required four months of negotiations, in large part because of Russia’s resistance. Russia’s support came only after an initial proposal to have imposed curbs on Bushehr was dropped.

Russian officials have gone out of their way not to publicly link the Bushehr project and the crisis over Iran’s decision to forge ahead with producing more enriched uranium, which, depending on the level of enrichment, can be used to produce electricity or make weapons.

In remarks on Sunday, for example, Mr. Ivanov said there should be no linkage between discussions on Iran’s nuclear program and the Bushehr plant. “It is a separate issue,” he told a conference of Russia’s Foreign and Defense Policies Council. “All the work being done is under strict control of the International Atomic Energy Agency,” the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog agency based in Vienna.

He also cautioned against using possible nuclear sanctions for other purposes, saying, “We oppose attempts to use this issue as an instrument of pressure or interference in Iran’s internal affairs.”

But Mr. Ivanov also called on Iran to resolve outstanding questions with the agency about its nuclear program and to stop enriching uranium. The Russians have been pressing Iran to take some sort of pause in its uranium enrichment that might allow the Security Council process to halt and bring Iran back to negotiations.

“The clock must be stopped: Iran must freeze uranium enrichment,” he said. “The U.N. Security Council will then take a break, too, and the parties would gather at the negotiating table.”

The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed ElBaradei, has also called for a “pause,” noting that even a brief suspension of enrichment would be enough to get the United States to come to the negotiating table with Iran under an offer that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made in May.

The Bushehr nuclear project has a long history. For more than a decade, Russia has been working under a $1 billion contract to complete the ambitious project, which was begun with Germany during the time of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. After the 1979 Iranian revolution, the project was halted; then the site was bombed by Iraq during its eight-year war with Iran. When Iran decided to complete the facility after the war ended, Germany, under pressure from the United States, refused to finish the project or even provide Moscow with the original blueprints.

The project — already eight years behind schedule — is now almost complete. Last year, Russia agreed to ship low-enriched fuel to the plant in southern Iran by March 2007 and open the facility in September, with electricity generation to start by November.

But in mid-February, Russia contended that Iran had not made the two last $25 million monthly payments, after insisting that it be allowed to pay in euros instead of dollars. Russian officials also cited a delay in the delivery of safety equipment from an unspecified third country as a secondary reason for the decision.

Iranian officials denied that payments had been delayed. “Iran has had no delay whatsoever in making payments for the Bushehr nuclear power plant,” Mohammad Saeedi, deputy head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, was quoted by Iran’s state-run news agency IRNA as saying after the Russian decision.

A senior Iranian official confirmed in an interview last week that Mr. Ivanov had threatened Iran with an ultimatum that the fuel will be delivered only after Iran’s enrichment of uranium at Natanz are frozen.

“We would be crazy at this late date to endanger the project by not paying,” the official said. “There is no financial problem. The Russians want to use this issue as a bargaining chip.”

David E. Sanger and Helene Cooper contributed reporting from Washington.

Jan 23 2007

Bill, Hillary and Osama

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Jan 12 2007

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BREAKPOINT with Chuck Colson – 2007-01-12



America’s Secular Jihadists: Atheists on the Offensive

Just a few months ago, I thought it was insulting to be called a “theocrat.” I was wrong. “Theocrat” is almost a compliment compared to what the Left is calling Christians now.


Daily Commentary

Daily Commentary – 2007-01-12


A New Opportunity for Success

On Wednesday President Bush presented the findings of his extensive review of the conditions in Iraq. As expected, he announced a surge of troops into the strife-torn country. He had already announced a new leadership team for Central Command and the Iraq front–as Admiral Fallon takes command of CentCom and General David Petraeus assumes control of the forces in Iraq.



WeatherBrains – 2007-01-12

Weather Brains Bios

WeatherBrains Episode 50

January 9, 2007, 6:30 am Weather Brains episode 50 is now on the server!

In this week’s episode:

-Power to the people:  Kevin Selle talks with a Nebraska utility engineer about the tremendous damage a New Year’s ice storm has caused to the state’s power grid;

-Old Man Winter’s attack on Denver:  Heavy snow means lots of work for some businesses and bad news for others.  David Black talks with Denver landscape company representative Blake Williams and Michael, a restaurant greeter, about the effects of the recent snowstorms hitting Colorado;

-Aiming to break a record?  Bill Murray says Denver has already received half of its all-time snowfall record;

-After the snow, then what?  Brian Peters says the Denver area could be dealing with severe flooding during the spring;

-Is the national news media looking the other way on some weather stories?  James Spann says ‘nobody cares’ about one of the biggest weather events happening in the nation;

-Colder than a…!”:  J.B. Elliott shares some amazingly cold temperatures in Siberia;

-Wintry weather on the horizon for the South?  James says it’s a possibility…

-StormAlert 2007:  James announces the list of cities and dates for this year’s ABC 33/40 StormAlert Tour…

Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, J. B. Elliott, Brian Peters, Bill Murray and David Black…

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Jerry Newberry – 2007-01-12


National Defense with Jerry Newberry!

Jerry opens the show and talks about upcoming guests, Chaplain Ran Dollinger, Dr. Mark Moyer, and Dr. William Winkerwerder- Assistant Secretary of Defense.



Jerry with Chaplain Ran Dollinger, Pt. 2

Jerry interviews Chaplain Ran Dollinger, Chief of Chaplains strategic communications officer, on his time in Iraq and the role of military Chaplains in today’s armed services.



Jerry with author Dr. Mark Moyer, Pt. 3

Jerry speaks with author Dr. Mark Moyer, author of “Triumph Forsaken”, a new book on the Vietnam conflict, and a new take on the orthodox history of the Vietnam War.



Best of Jerry Newberry and the National Defense!

Listen to your favorite clips of Jerry Newberry on National Defense!



Weekend Journal – 2007-01-12


THWJ: Gov. Mitt Romney, Sen. John McCain, Victor Davis Hanson

On this week’s Townhall.com Weekend Journal: The day after President Bush’s speech to the nation, Morning in America’s Bill Bennett spoke with General Jack Keane, former U.S. Army Vice Chief of Staff and a principal architect of the new plan in Iraq; before Pres. Bush gave his speech, columnist Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, spoke to Hugh Hewitt about the long-term military success against the evil we face; Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney was on “The Michael Medved Show” this week and answered some tough questions starting with President Bush’s increase of troops in Iraq; Morning in America’s Bill Bennett talked to another presidential hopeful in 2008, Arizona Senator John McCain about Iraq. All this and more on this week’s Townhall.com Weekend Journal.





Cole C. Kingseed

Cole Kingseed, thirty-year Army veteran and author of Eisenhower and the Suez Crisis of 1956, discusses his new book, Old Glory Stories: American Combat Leadership in World War II. Originally aired 01/11/07.



Hello, Africa! Flag


This is a Great Program

We Love ‘John of Queens’ and ‘Frank of Staten’ Island!!!

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Bets Botha Interview

Hello, Africa!

Bets Botha, director of Cape Town’s Opera 2000, talks about her latest venture, editing a magazine for the Boerevolk, The Courier. The magazine will be published monthly starting Feburary 24th, just in time for Majuba Day in South Africa, and will promote Boere culture to the world, and discuss many of the issues dealing with the folk.

The Courier will be self-supporting and will not rely on advertizers. Staff will work without remuneration until they can de paid. Anyone wishing to support this venture or subscribe to The Courier should e-mail Bets at eeaka@absamail.co.za


Party Hardy with Marty Weekend

Frank and John deconstruct the “man,” myth and legend commonly known as Martin Luther King, Jr. in lieu of his holiday on Monday. Using documented facts, Frank and John note that King was in fact a plagurist, womanizer, whoremonger, and self-confessed Marxist who plotted with the Communist Party of America tour the Southern states to initiate demonstrations and riots in America. Frank and John reveal many little-heard truths and facts about King, his protests and the reasons behind them in a must-listen program.



Hugh Hewitt – 2007-01-12

Hugh Hewitt’s Blog


Hossein Derakhshan, Michael Yon With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 1 – Iranian blogger Derakhshan and American embed blogger in Mosul, Yon, both discuss foreign policy, and disagree about the course of action on how to handle Iranian influence.


Fred Barnes, Morton Kondracke, Larry Kudlow, Mark D. Roberts, David Allen White With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 2 – Barnes and Kondracke recap the political news of the week, Kudlow recaps the financial/economic news of the week, and Roberts and White preview the upcoming Hugh Cruise IV.


Emmett of the Unblinking Eye, Tarzana Joe With Hugh Hewitt

Hewitt: Hour 3 – Emmett continues his list of the top 100 American movies you have to see before you die, plus Tarzan Joe begins his pledge to compose original verse to end the week for the entire year.


Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager – 2007-01-12



Guest Host Mark Taylor With Dennis Prager

Prager H1: Mark talks to Gabor Boritt, author of The Gettysburg Gospel: The Lincoln Speech That Nobody Knows. They discuss the history leading up to the speech, and the myths and facts surrounding it.


Guest Host Mark Taylor With Dennis Prager

Prager H2: Mark talks to Glenn Sacks about Jason Kidd’s domestic violence case….and why men are frequently the victims of domestic abuse.


Guest Host Mark Taylor With Dennis Prager

Prager H3: Mark talks to Douglas MacKinnon, author of the novel America’s Last Days.



Bill Bennett – 2007-01-12

Friday January 12, 2007

New Congress Spotlight With Bill Bennett

Bennett talks to Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-MN,about the new Iraq plan, taxes, and the Minnesota State Fair.

http://boss.streamos.com/download/Townhall/audio/mp3/aaccb924-e335-40bb-8f71-493ad4c979c4.mp3?siteid=PodCast Friday January 12, 2007

Sandy Berger Singers With Bill Bennett

Three callers try to impress the judges with entries in the Sandy Berger Lies songwriting contest (info at www.bennettmornings.com)



Mike Gallagher – 2007-01-12


Friday January 12, 2007

Designer Babies With Mike Gallagher

Mike interviews Jenna Ryan, whose company offers embryos to infertile couples.


Mike Medved

Michael Medved – 2007-01-12



Friday January 12, 2007

Best and Worst Films With Michael Medved

Medved H1: Film critic Jeffrey Lyons joins Michael to discuss the best and worst films of 2006.


National Anger Addiction With Michael Medved

Medved H2: Michael talks to Peter Wood, author of a new book, A Bee in the Mouth: Anger in America Now.


Disagreement Day With Michael Medved

Medved H3: The hour where callers are encouraged to call in if they have a beef with Michael.



JaySekulow – 2007-01-12


Jay Sekulow Live

Wednesday January 10, 2007

Military Chaplain Speaks Out With Jay Sekulow

On the broadcast today, you’ll hear from a military chaplain and hear first-hand the challenges facing chaplains as they strive to exercise their First Amendment rights regarding prayer.



Young America’s Foundation – 2007-01-12

The Reagan Ranch Center

Friday January 12, 2007

The Myth of the Robber Barons With Young Americas Foundation

Dr. Burt Folsom provides a thought-provoking explanation on how America became a world power through entrepreneurs who embraced the free market and developed innovative products instead of accepting government subsidies and hand-outs. This speech is based on his book The Myth of the Robber Barons which is available at www.yaf.org.


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