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Go Ahead, Make Ayn Rand Proud

Nostalgic for the 2008 primaries? America’s favorite libertarian comes to WKCR tonight at 9 PM when Aaron Kiersh airs his interview with Ron Paul on Late Night City Edition.  Among other topics, Paul will discuss his view of Obama’s proposed financial regulations (bad), health care reform (worse), and the future of the libertarian movement in […]

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Class of ’83 WHAT

Bwog’s dreams of a Columbia presidential matchup died with the candidacy of Mike Gravel — we thought. Now a new challenger, while falling short of the Alaska senator’s genius in television advertising, may actually take the 2008 cycle’s stranger-than-fiction cake: self-proclaimed “King of Vegas” Wayne Allyn Root, CC ’83 and classmate of Sen. Barack Obama […]

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Political Activism Alive and Well During Summer Months

Bwog noticed the following masterpiece chalked into the sidewalk in front of the Citibank on Broadway. (It reminds us of the chilling day that Ron Paul supporters had somehow obtained and mastered chalk.) To ward off any devastating criticism of a possible political bias, the artist has assured us in a note written next to […]

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The Gates

Who gave the College Libertarians chalk?!                 UPDATE 12:24 PM: Bwog daily editor David Iscoe spotted the chalky Libertarian and/or ironist last night. Says David: “I saw him drawing another one (“Ron Paul cured my apathy”) on the sidewalk near (I think) Kim’s, the guy was a somewhat […]

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