Hour 1: Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day; Supreme Court hears freedom of expression / cake case; The over-licensing of America; Bitcoin & other digital currencies Hour 2: Patrick Eddington from Cato on government collecting and storing our data; YouTube video moderation; Younger generations acceptance of socialism increasing; Concealed carry reciprocity
Hr 1: Choice and fragmentation in television viewership driven by NFL controversy; Stop limits; The ABC/Flynn effect on the stock market; The musician who ‘gave’ $90,000 to the police Hour 2: The danger of sanctuary cities; Obama era legislation hidden in Concealed Carry reciprocity act; Caller Greg; The Bitcoin surge; President Trump returns control of…
Hour 1: Tax bill; Shakespeare for dogs; Why do we stick to politicians, pundits, economists when they’re wrong time and again?; Bitcoin FOMO Hour 2: Tax trigger to raise revenue; Year end charitable giving; Self-identifying as a ‘person of color’ at Brown university; National concealed carry reciprocity
Hour 1: Joe Bonamassa concert; The unintended consequences of policy making; Six Laws of Technology; Should we destroy North Korea missile depot? Hour 2: Peter Ireland of Boston College and SOMC; Federal Reserve is looking at creating its own digital currency; The reason behind the moving target on blood pressure and cholesterol; Entrepreneurs with Downs…
One hour: CFPB leadership battle; Tiger Woods comeback; Phil Kerpen, president of American Commitment on Net Neutrality; Gold and silver proof coins in your IRA
Hour 1: Is Capitalism dead?; The demise of Earth is imminent; Power corrupts; Would a US General refuse a direct order from the President? Hour 2: NFL attendance; Caller question: gold, inflation, strength of the dollar; Farmer’s markets show the strength of capitalism; Guidelines have moved for blood pressure and cholesterol… why?
Hour 1: CFPB director, Richard Cordray, to steop down; Tax reform update; History of mutual funds Hour 2: More on mutual funds including: why do they trade only once/day, how are they rated and analyzed, who do analysts and researchers actually work for