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    Bill Whittle’s The Class of 2015: Book Burners Afraid of Matches

    Bill Whittle’s The Class of 2015: Book Burners Afraid of Matches

    BC student needs to be “protected” from speech by Condoleezza Rice

    In the newest edition of Afterburner, Bill Whittle focuses on higher education and some of the backwards thinking that exists in academia today.

    As an example, he points to a student who protested Condoleezza Rice as a speaker on campus without appreciating the fact that Rice is more authentic than many of today’s progressive leaders.

    The video is 13 minutes long and well worth your time:

    Speaking of Condoleezza Rice, some recent polling for 2016 may surprise you.

    Paul Bedard of the Washington Examiner:

    Draft Condi: In poll, only Rice beats Hillary Clinton

    In what would be a first-ever race pitting former secretaries of state, only Condoleezza Rice would beat Hillary Rodham Clinton in Iowa, according to a new poll that could put fire under a languishing “Draft Condi” movement.

    A new Townhall/Gravis Marketing poll found that Rice would beat Clinton in the state as every other Republican loses to the first Democrat to officially announce her candidacy.

    In the poll, Rice would beat Clinton 43 percent to 40 percent, taking evangelical Protestants, Catholics and voters under 50 years old.

    “What this tells me is the electorate wants a superstar like a Rice, someone with ideas and foreign policy credentials,” said Doug Kaplan, the managing partner of Gravis Insights, the Florida-based political consulting firm that conducted the poll.

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    Dear LI: Thank you very much for hosting these “Firewall” Videos by Bill Whittle.

    This video is spot on, in every sense. I especially love the direct way that Whittle calls out those people expressing their foolishness while being very ignorant of the world as it exists; and as it could very well become in a twinkling of an eye.

    In short: Practice, practice, practice; always follow the three step rule, in proper, traditional, sequence. Be prepared for anything!

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