One hour: Creative disruption and Amazon’s influence; Sears continues store closings; Dr. Deane Waldman of the Texas Public Policy Foundation on the new GOP Obamacare replacement; Recommended weekly read: Human Action by Ludwig von Mises You can find Human Action by Ludwig von Mises at the Mises Institute store: https://mises.org/library/human-action-0
One hour: Federal Reserve news and notes; Argentina’s 100 year bond; Peter Wallison, Sr. Fellow at AEI; A new take on rage rooms – axe throwing venues
One hour: The good and bad of the Amazon/Whole Foods deal; Mergers and acquisitions; David Burton of Heritage to discuss pending federal legislation that could change the face of civil asset forfeiture.
Hour 1: Experience at a local restaurant – 5th Street Pub; Regulations strangle the small business; The biggest story of the century – the rate of poverty reduction; Maurice Thompson of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law; Nestle rumors Hour 2: Illinois may be kicked out of Powerball; Caller Walt on interest rates; Gary’s recommended…
The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law teaches citizens how to use local initiatives to place tax cut proposals on the ballot. Read the process overview HERE 1851 Center for Constitutional Law’s ‘Citizens Guide to Reducing Your Local Tax Burden‘ Listen to Gary’s interview with Maurice Thompson, Director of the 1851 Center, on reducing your local…
Gary talks with Jeffrey A. Tucker, director of content at FEE.
Gary interviews Shams Afzal about the UK Snap Election and John Tamny on Rural America as the new inner city.