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08 December 2011

Preview: Philosophy in Action Webcast: Special GOP Primary Edition

By Diana Hsieh

In my live Philosophy in Action Webcast on Sunday morning, I'll host a special episode focused on the Republican primary, offering my view of Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, and Gary Johnson. Please join us for this hour of lively ... but infuriating ... discussion!

  • What: Live Philosophy in Action Webcast

  • Who: Diana Hsieh (Ph.D, Philosophy) and Greg Perkins

  • When: Sunday, 11 December 2011 at 8 am PT / 9 am MT / 10 am CT / 11 am ET

  • Where: www.PhilosophyInAction.com
Here are the questions that I'll answer this week... yes, they're all the same, albeit with an extra question about Gary Johnson.
  • Question 1: Mitt Romney for US President: Should I support Mitt Romney for US President? What's the proper evaluation of his principles and record on the budget, health care, national defense, immigration, the drug war, abortion, and gay marriage? Does Romney deserve the vote of advocates of individual rights in the primary or the general election?

  • Question 2: Newt Gingrinch for US President: Should I support Newt Gingrinch for US President? What's the proper evaluation of his principles and record on the budget, health care, national defense, immigration, the drug war, abortion, and gay marriage? Does Gingrinch deserve the vote of advocates of individual rights in the primary or the general election?

  • Question 3: Ron Paul for US President: Should I support Ron Paul for US President? What's the proper evaluation of his principles and record on the budget, health care, national defense, immigration, the drug war, abortion, and gay marriage? Does Paul deserve the vote of advocates of individual rights in the primary or the general election?

  • Question 4: Gary Johnson for US President: Should I support Gary Johnson for US President? What's the proper evaluation of his principles and record on the budget, health care, national defense, immigration, the drug war, abortion, and gay marriage? Does Johnson deserve the vote of advocates of individual rights in the primary or the general election? Also, should supporters of Gary Johnson vote for him on a Libertarian Party ticket?
After that, we'll do a round of totally impromptu "Rapid Fire Questions."

If you can't attend the live webcast, you can listen to these webcasts later as audio-only podcasts by subscribing to the NoodleCast RSS feed:
You can also listen to full episodes or just selected questions from any past episode in the Webcast Archive. Also, don't forget to submit and vote on the questions that you'd most like me to answer from the ongoing Question Queue.

I hope to see you on Sunday morning!

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