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"Serious" TED CRUZ rocks TONIGHT SHOW with "Bad Jay" LENO
[PHOTOS, analysis, FReeper "after party"!]

Senator Ted Cruz on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" [11/8/13]
[Live Thread]

RonDog is the "ghostly" image photobombing Loud Mime's marvelous picture of the PolitiChicks
just above the Senator's right sleeve, with my "game face" on. ;)

"Tonight Show" STUDIO AUDIENCE: Friday, 11/8/13
Join the L.A. Chapter in BURBANK!

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will be making his first late-night appearance
on NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno"
when he visits on Friday, Nov. 8, and
the L.A. Chapter will be there to support him!


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BILL WHITTLE launches to "shadow" Obama

From "The Virtual Presidency is a rhetorical device
used to introduce common sense into modern American politics."

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"Let us fly to the stars on a thundering chair."

"...Hayek said that government planning would make society less liveable, more brutal, more despotic. Socialism in all its forms
is contrary to freedom...Further steps down this road, he said, can only end in the abolition of effective liberty for everyone.
Capitalism, he wrote, is the only system of economics compatible with human dignity, prosperity, and liberty.
To the extent we move away from that system, we empower the worst people in society
to manage what they do not understand."
- from

"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things:
the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling
which thinks nothing worth a war, is worse...
...A man who has nothing which he cares about more than he does about his personal safety
is a miserable creature who has no chance of being free,
unless made and kept so by the existing of better men than himself..."

John Stuart Mill, "The Contest in America," pp. 208-09,
in John Stuart Mill, Dissertations and Discussions (Boston, 1867).

From Vanity: What was that J. S. Mills quote last night on O'Reilly?

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