Media 2.0 – N through Z

Does Trump have “dictator envy”?

(Paul Mirengoff) Philip Rucker of the Washington Post claims that President Trump is “open[ly] embrac[ing] totalitarian leaders around the world.” Rucker also tries to persuade us that Trump’s “embrace” is rooted in a desire to be a dictator himself. Rucker is one of the most …

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Here Are the Finalists for the 2018 Reason Video Prize!

I’m excited to announce the five finalists for the 2018 Reason Video Prize, which honors short-form films and videos that explore, investigate, and enrich our appreciation of the libertarian beliefs in individual rights, limited government, and human possibilities. The winner will receive $5,000, second place …

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There’s Never Been a Better Time To Subscribe To the Reason Podcast!

The Reason Podcast is a free, thrice-weekly (and sometimes more!) audio program that features in-depth conversations, interviews, and occasional shouting matches with leading authors, personalities, newsmakers, and Reason staffers. The Monday program is a roundtable hosted by Matt Welch and featuring Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, …

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'Backfired!' Leftists lose big in attack on conservative judge

Justice Tom Parker A federal judge has permanently blocked an attempt by the Southern Poverty Law Center to silence a conservative judge, Justice Tom Parker of the Alabama Supreme Court. The fight erupted in 2015 when Parker appeared on a radio program discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s …

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Mexican mayoral candidate becomes murder victim No. 114

(TeleSurTV) Mexican mayoral candidate Alejandro Chavez Zavala was gunned down after a campaign event Thursday afternoon in La Florida, Taretan, as the political violence plaguing the nation continued to escalate ahead of the elections. Chavez and his wife, Mary Dimas, were shot by an unknown …

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German MP predicts Merkel could be ousted end of next week

(London Express) German Chancellor Angela Merkel could lose her powerful seat in the heart of Europe as soon as next week amid clashes within her coalition Government over EU migration policies, claimed German MP Kai Whittaker. Speaking on BBC World at One, the German politician …

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The ‘Hitler of South Africa’ says he has not called for white genocide — ‘at least for now’

Julius Malema, a radical South African political leader who has been dubbed “the Hitler of South Africa,” said this week that he has not called for the genocide of white people — “at least for now.” What did he say? During a recent interview with …

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The Power Line Show, Ep. 75: The IG Report & Our Surf Forecast

(Steven Hayward) This week I actually coaxed John Hinderaker to join me along with the Wizard of Oz behind the tech curtain at Power Line, Joe Malchow, to kick around the IG report on the Hillary investigation, and then in the second half of the …

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Aspiring Journalist? Apply Today for a Fall Internship.

The Burton C. Gray Memorial Internship program runs year-round in the Washington, D.C. office. Interns work for 12 weeks and receive a $7,200 stipend. The job includes reporting and writing as well as helping with research, proofreading, and other tasks. Previous interns have gone on …

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Seventh-grade California teacher under investigation for showing anti-abortion videos to class

A seventh-grade California teacher who showed anti-abortion videos in class is now under investigation by the Sacramento City Unified School District. One of the videos, narrated by physician and anti-abortion activist Anthony Levatino, outlines the process for performing abortions and ask viewers to “protect the …

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