I'll be joining the Tom Brown Show on WEZS in New Hampshire tonight at 9pm ET, to talk about the Ukraine, Venezuela, maybe even Thailand, and why people who are tired of government abuse are usually placated by a mere change of government. As economist Rodrigo Constantino wrote of the protests in Brazil, also still ongoing, it's "[n]o use to roar like a lion in the streets and then vote like a donkey in the polls." Tune in on the dial if you're in New Hampshire, or online if you're not.
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