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Reason Writers on The TV: Anthony Randazzo Talking States' Rights on RT's The Alyona Show

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On March 18, 2010, The Reason Foundation's Director of Economic Research Anthony Randazzo joins a panel to discuss healthcare reform and the latest conflict between the Federal government and States rights, on Russia Today's "The Alyona Show".

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  1. The little girl in yellow…bless her heart.

    1. I don’t think they tried very hard in getting an opposing view. She was clearly outclassed.

      Although, to be fair, my opinion may not be valid because I was distracted by Alyona’s hotness.

  2. Why does Russia Today seem so … fake? It’s like it should be running in the background of a Tom Cruise movie or an Activia commercial.

    1. It’s created and produced by an arm of the Russian state.

  3. Did not women’s suffrage start in the states?

    Did not same-sex “marriage” start in the states?

    1. Hell, didn’t abolition start in the states?

      1. Yes.

        Meanwhile, slavery remained legal in D.C., the one place where Congress had undisputed power to abolish slavery before 1865.

  4. We are all Russians Today.

  5. one reason there was not a popular uprising against the war is because there was not tangible pain for the ordinary taxpayer. If the debate would have included “by the way folks, there will be a 5% or 10% surcharge tax on income to fund these foreign entanglements” there would have been a more thoughtful debate about the resolution authorizing force. Heck we may have been out of both Iraq and Aphganistan in 18 months after defining the cause, the goal and the endgame and how to pay for it. But nooooo.

  6. CBS New Poll: Approve of Congress 14%. Disapprove: 76%. (Poll based on random sample of 1,059 adults nationwide.) 3/22 9:24 A.M. –

  7. States’ rights on medical-marijuana reform: Okay by liberals.

    States’ rights on gay marriage: Fine and dandy with liberals.

    States’ rights on refusing fed-mandated health care, drinking age, seat-belt usage, highway speed limits, abortion… meh, not so okay with liberals.

    Bow to the Almighty Fed, peasants.

    1. Word, FIFY.

  8. If the debate would have included “by the way folks, there will be a 5% or 10% surcharge tax on income to fund these foreign entanglements” there would have been a more thoughtful debate about the resolution authorizing force. Agree

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