Platforms can hardly get more different than Twitter and the Libertarian Party. But they are equally interesting.
This week’s podcast plunges deep into the insanity of our time:
What is the biggest story of 2019? There is some competition.
What can we do for freedom? Paul has an answer:
Paul defends the politicians? (Not exactly.) A “damning indictment”:
Paul has the symbol for our activism, right there in his hand.
Paul reviews the week’s big stories and puts the term limits for Congress in historical perspective.
Paul reviews the week’s big stories here on Common Sense with Paul Jacob — and also reminisces about Paul Harvey. And ghosts of turkeys past.
Paul Jacob, in this episode of This Week in Common Sense, recaps the big stories of the week, focusing especially on the bizarre resurgence of the Equal Rights Amendment and on Massachusetts’ heinous push to steal the property of vapers.
Paul touches on the biggest stories of the week in this second part of This Week in Common Sense for the second full week of November, 2019. In this case, he concentrates on social media and advertising in their relationship to politics of incumbency and challenge — and the First
Behind all other big political news, this week, was the one Paul didn’t cover in these pages: impeachment. There’s a reason why:
The first half of This Week in Common Sense for the first full week of November, 2019: Paul began his Common Sense with Paul Jacob commentary in 1999, and for a decade he produced these weekly commentary spots for the radio. Now, a decade later, he begins to podcast. Catch