going to speak with matt welch from reason and ask how we choose whose ideas are polite and whose are considered crazy and then why does grover norquist get so much attention and maybe people like ron paul don't they we're going to speak with david house on the defense for confiscating his laptop at the border and about the government's desperate attempts to fill the ranks of more hackers and finally jim garvin is angry with washington so he decided to post a video online and it's become a sensation we're going to speak to the man to get an average americans take on what is happening in this country going to have all that and more for you tonight including a dose of happy hour but first let's take a look at what the mainstream media has decided to miss. today the stock market crash the dow jones fell more than five hundred points that was the biggest single day drop since two thousand and eight we're going to get to that in a minute but this morning barely the mainstream media was really bored now like there are enough issues to talk about when you think of unemployment the economy as
alternative is giving time. the of matt welched its suggest this resume by losers did rear being overly alarmist. we deliver slate -- of the release of abuse that did not correspond but if we see this as a vehicle to intervene in policy debate to make sure we cannot afford subsidies for sustained experimental media. but for our policies not to be inevitable or natural or ideal. it is one by internationalizing the problem in response to their journalism crisis. both to a great job to show how they are weak compared of the also debunking the myth of the press that it leaves to us dependents and it shows the exact opposite. internationally solving the problem by placing it in a store called congress seeing as a culmination of longer historic process is it has been in a slow decline. the two showed that the government supported news media. there has been a tradition of subsidies for newspaper distribution and others expanded on this including the chapter they wrote to in our book and even less known are the roads not taken when the government intervenes permanently to create a media system.
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