An Economy of One – March 31, 2016

Hour 1:  The end of Sierra Mist; Justice for Jamar? Are Black Lives Matters protests really about justice?  Then explain the Chicago homicide rate (Here, here, here); STEM courses should be made ‘warmer’ so they are friendlier for women – more on the dumbing down of America; Taxing the Yale Endowment; New investing app: Stash.…

An Economy of One – March 22, 2016

Hour 1: Frustration with the presidential candidates and protesters; Bombings in Brussels; No more grand juries in one Minnesota county thanks to Black Lives Matter; J. Scott Moody of American Conservative Union on the Family Prosperity Index   Hour 2: The millennial depression and lack of hope; Where Baby Boomers and Millennials meet and agree in…

An Economy of One – March 16, 2016

Hour 1: CPAC interview with Daniel Simmons of IER on: Oil, coal, energy resources; Federal Reserve decision; SCotUS nomination; Dr. H. Sterling Burnett of The Heartland Institute on possible administrative actions on energy; File & Suspend deadline reminder Hour 2: CPAC interview with John Fund on: Voter fraud and union force; How those in power…

An Economy of One – March 10, 2016

Hour 1: Social Security Seminar recap; How would countries that are socialist democracies rank, fiscally, against US states? (Spoiler alert: not so well); Ned Ryun, Founder & President of American Majority on the primaries and on running for office/becoming an activist in your community; The Most Interesting Man In The World retires  Hour 2: Ilya…