I was wondering what happened to Dylan. He was a solid, good journalist on MSNBC, not because he favored RP but because he was respectful to RP, asked good questions and explained situations, explanation being difficult because it requires time and study.
Dylan could take a complex subject and break it down to its nuts and bold while retaining its substance. That's what I remember most about Dylan.
Although I wish Dylan stayed in a position of prominence because he presented "the other side," freedom's side, fairly well especially to mainstream news viewers, I'm happy for him he's doing well and that what he's doing well in returns him to himself. I hope you're a journalist still, Dylan, regardless if it's not in the big time. People know you and your work. Someone in big media would be fortunate to pick you up. Hell, maybe Faux Snooze will hire you, being that it improved itself when Andrew Napolitano and John Stossel got shows to promote freedom.
But don't wait for F Snooze. It looks as though you got your own show, a podcast. Keep it up. Maybe you can parlay it into XM radio or, better, fashion it into a into television station that rivals the big boys. Why not? Just keep pounding the truth pavement, Dylan. Free men and women are out here. We outnumber the bastards by a long shot. In what you do for freedom from here on out, Dylan, I wish you well.
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Study nature, not books. -Walton F. Dutton
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