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WhyTHeyDontTellTheTruth

Video: Political Party Truth Time

In the last few weeks we have learned how wrong much of what we are told about who legally and effectively picks the presidential candidates in the major political parties. Who has an interest in not telling the truth, and undermining the integrity of America’s political parties?






Paul Jacob video on GOP delegate freedom

Video: The Delegates (Week in Review)

In what we plan as a new feature here at Common Sense, our video of the week is … Common Sense! That is, a video chat featuring Paul Jacob himself: Here Paul reviews the basic information about the week’s biggest story: the GOP delegates are not what they seem.






Rich biz challenge

Video: Money Isn’t Speech?

A short discussion on campaign finance reform and the First Amendment, addressing the usual arguments against the Citizens United decision, but making a few points rarely heard together:






Video: Repeat the Failures of Somalia?

Not all talks need visual aids or a declamatory style. Here a scholar calmly looks at Somalia and sees repeated failure and cluelessness … on the part of our government, especially. And now our foreign policy geniuses want to export from Somalia the very same policies that worked so poorly






Johan Norberg on Sweden

Video: Socialists Are Dead Wrong About Sweden

Johan Norberg gives the concise case against the old hat leftist love for “Swedish Socialism”: Look around YouTube and you will find more from Norberg about the reality behind the myths of Scandinavia.






Superdelegates

Video: The Super Delegates

The truth about the Democratic Party’s selection method, according to Reason tv: Note: Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass has credited one Paul Jacob for being among the first to raise the issue of superdelegates — via a Townhall column (and Common Sense): More than a month ago, libertarian Paul Jacob,






Scalia on torture

Video: Of Hummus and Torture

What the U.S. government does (and what this has to do with hummus—you’ll have to watch the video, because we are not going to describe it): The report almost no one has read: The Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture: Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation






Gillespie, Welch, and Will

Video: Today’s Authoritarian Moment

Nick Gillepsie, Matt Welch and George F. Will define the politics of our age, and what the shuffling of Republican and Democratic candidates for the presidency really means:






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