Well, nothing much for a new
libertarian-leaning cable news program to discuss tonight…OH
WAIT—D.C. District Court Judge Richard Leon issues a
preliminary injunction against the National Security Agency’s
hoovering of metadata, declaring it “almost-Orwellian” and likely
unconstitutional. Reason Senior Editor Jacob Sullum will
break it down for the 9 pm (Eastern) crowd (6 pm Pacific, repeats
at midnight). Meanwhile, panelists Ellis Henican and Kayleigh McEnany will
help America process last night’s
60 Minutes NSA infomercial, including discussion about
amnesty for whistleblower Edward Snowden and
With the Senate tomorrow
expected to pass the
sequester-busting Ryan-Murray plan
overwhelmingly approved by the House, the question arises: Have
Establishment Republicans finally
kicked the fiscally conservative grassroots to the curb?
Matt Kibbe will be on to count heads and take names.
Also: What’s worse—”affluenza” as a
criminal defense, or the
lack of criminal defense available to the non-affluent? Looking
India just re-criminalized certain kinds of sex between
consenting adults, and North Korea’s Lil’ Kim Jong Un is busy
executing family members.
All these topics and more, tonight at 9 pm ET, with your host
Welch and Kmele Foster. Click
on the links to read the open threads for Episodes
Two. Send raw Twitter snark to @IndependentsFBN
(#independents) and the best of the SFW lot will displayed on the
Open thread commence!
from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2013/12/16/tonight-on-the-independents-historic-nsa