Fri, 15 July 2016
Nearly 100 dead including 10 children, 25 on life support and 27 in critical condition. Such are the facts in one of the deadliest acts of on French soil since world war II. I wish I could provide some words of hope, but I fear I'm going to come short today.
What I can do is try to explain the specifics about this event. ISIS may be relishing in the chaos, but it does not appear this event was in any way associated with ISIS or any other radical group. Instead, it would seem this was merely another deeply disturbed man, recently fired from his job and rejected by the world.
From there we'll talk about a recent win for privacy as Microsoft wins on appeal a case to protect email information stored on servers overseas. It's a temporary setback for the progressives, and we should appreciate the millions spent by Microsoft to protect is users information.
Then we'll close out the show with a discussion about DUI checkpoints and new roadside drug testing. This issue is one of the things that got me interested in libertarianism.
A short show today since I'm under the weather. Enjoy and have a great weekend!