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Ron Paul on G4's "Attack the Show"

I've never heard of this show before. The source comes by way of Students for Ron Paul, which is going on the blogroll as soon as I finish this post. Anyone have any info about the show? See part 2 below:

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Attack of the show

ATOS is the only live daily TV show on the G4 cable network. Its daily routine involves reviewing new video games, gadgets, websites, movies, comic books, and viral videos. The "Loop" is where they interview people about recent topics in the news usually relating to one of the topics I mentioned before. I've never seen any political figures on the loop before, but topics like net neutrality are often discussed. When they have celebrity guests they allow viewers to connect to their website www.g4tv.com and stream video questions to the guests. I tivo this show every day because as a game developer I need to be aware of what the target demo and competition are up to.

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Thank you

Thanks for the info about the show. I could tell it was definitely targeted towards young people. That is excellent that Dr. Paul is connecting with them.

The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance. - Alan Watts

Free markets and net neutrality

Ron Paul HAS to know that telecommunication has NEVER been a free market in this country and to just let the monopolistic telecom companies "regulate" themselves would not be observing free market principles.

I don't agree with the current push for "net neutrality" because it's being pushed by google and other big content providers, and the government should never be used as a tool in a corporate battle.

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Abortion Clarification

Excellent clarification on Dr. Paul's position on the right to life and abortion in Part II.

The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance. - Alan Watts