Hour 1: Tax returns due Monday 4/18 this year; IRS security still lax; Wealthy comedian comes out in support of Sanders, at the same time says he can’t afford to pay more in taxes; CFPB and its stranglehold; Leslie Hiner, of the Friedman Foundation, interview from CPAC 2016; OSU crybully protest put down by strong administration.
Hour 2: Mark Perry, of AEI, on minimum wage and socialism’s resurgence, the appeal of Trump’s protectionism and Sander’s free stuff to today’s youth; Million Student March for debt forgiveness draws dozens (click the link and look at the picture – if education is a human right, go educate yourself. You can do it pretty much for free at the library or on-line. Just ask Charles Hugh Smith from http://www.OfTwoMinds.com); Someone take away his pen and his phone: 400,000 student loans forgiven – this is just the beginning; A Modest Proposal writing assignment turned into a big mess for h.s. student. (To read Jonathan Swift’s ‘A Modest Proposal’ CLICK HERE); Animals, local pet hospice.
Great example of the minimum wage law using meat – from Mark Perry: https://www.aei.org/publication/blog/carpe-diem/
Carpe Diem blog – highly recommended reading.