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Here's ABC News' Promo for Friday's "Bailouts & Bull," a 20/20 Special Inspired by Reason.tv!

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Check out Reason.com tomorrow at 8.30PM ET for a special pre-show livestream discussion of medical marijuana, eminent domain abuse, immigration, and much more—brought to you live from Reason's DC HQ.

Details here.

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  1. I am so looking forward to tomorrow night.

    Because the blog won’t be interspersed with ads for this TV show after then.

  2. Inspired by Reason.tv!

    Oh, my Gawd! Yes, yes, yes! Cream my pants!Reason tv has actually inspired something main-fucking-stream! DONATE FUCKING NOW! DO IT! You fucking tightwad groupies.

  3. All along, we thought our enemy was the conservatives. Now, we the Righteous People’s Defenders of Freedom and Liberty, realize that our Enemy is the libertarians. Come the Revolution, they will be the first sent to our education camps!

  4. Better make sure the reason.tv server is ready for some traffic.

    Also, some of the arguments in that preview are weak. Example: the suggestion that parents, not government, should educate their kids. As if all parents have the time/skills to homeschool. Most of us have jobs and don’t have time for that shit. Besides, specialization of labor and all that.

  5. Now, we the Righteous People’s Defenders of Freedom and Liberty, realize that our Enemy is the libertarians. Come the Revolution, they will be the first sent to our education camps!
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    YOU WILL NEVER TAKE US ALIVE!

  6. Flex,
    First, they were discussing pre-K. Many parents teach their children to read before they go to kindergarten. I’m a single parent working full time and I still managed to teach my son to read and do basic math before he ever stepped foot in a classroom.
    Second, to address the “specialization of labor”, being the responsibility of the parent doesn’t mean that a parent can’t or shouldn’t hire out, just that it shouldn’t be a dictate of government, nor at the expense of taxpayers.

  7. The show was great! Crisp, fast moving, ideas presented, idiots embarrassed.

    I felt like the show weaved freedom’s ideas and examples through the old left and right spectrum, and it did the same with statism’s.

    There really is a different prism through to look at the political spectrum.

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