75 years ago today Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan – a day which will live in INFAMY:
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YouGov did a survey that yielded VERY interesting results:
- History education:
- The morality of the atomic bombings:
Constitutional Sound Bites – David Shestokas
After discussing the attack on Pearl Harbor and the interesting moral questions raised by the atomic bombings, we got around to discussing Article IV from the Constitution:
The issues: how and why states do or do not recognize the authority of other states (drivers licenses and concealed carry permits, as examples) and how new states are added.
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HausGuest – Michelle Ray
Michelle is a MULTIPLE-time return HausGuest and one of my faves!
We had a stack of stuff to discuss but (not unexpectedly) started off with something COMPLETELY different and it took up almost the entirety of the (way too short) segment. YouGov just published the results of a poll done with The Economist and two tables were particularly interesting (and depressing):
- On the Carrier deal / Whether the free market has been causing America to lose:
- On tariffs in general:?
- Not surprisingly, Carrier is already responding to the marketplace:
Lennox and Trane have yet to comment.
I also talked about this lawyerese-inspired self-congratulatory Obama-Tweet story:
Here’s the Tweet itself:
"Over last 8 years, no foreign terrorist organization has successfully planned and executed an attack on our homeland" —@POTUS
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) December 6, 2016
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