Here is what you get on tonight's episode of The Independents (Fox Business Network, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. PT, repeats three and five hours later):
* Party Panelists Michael Malice (spritely co-authorist) and Carrie Sheffield (Forbes contributor) on President Barack Obama's executive immigration orders, on Jim Webb's presidential candidacy, and on Jeb Bush's fatal attraction to Common Core. The duo will also join myself and Kmele Foster in taking a Citizenship Quiz at the halfway mark of the show.
* Former GOP congressman and longshot presidential candidate Thaddeus McCotter, who will be talking about his new book Liberty Risen: The Ultimate Triumph of Libertarian-Republicans, which is interesting in part because McCotter doesn't self-identify as a libertarian, though he does respect the energy that libertarianism has brought to the Republican Party of late. Interesting discussion about Andrew Breitbart, as well.
* Psychedelics researcher Rick Doblin (read about him in Reason here) on the long-overdue experimentation of MDMA on veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
* Kmele Foster, who will explain what Jonathan Gruber can teach us about Net Neutrality and the proposed FCC regulatory takeover of the Internet.
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