Hour 1: DACA; Edward Conard, of AEI; STEM training in the US and how immigration can help Hour 2: Dr. Richard Ebeling on the Fed targeting inflation; Foundation for Economic Education website; Stanley Fischer announced his resignation from the Federal Reserve Featured image: Service members take the US oath of citizenship while serving in Germany.
5.18.17: Gary Rathbun with Jeffrey A. Tucker of Foundation for Economic Education
One hour: Rob Natelson, leading scholar in the Constitution’s amendment process; Peter Wallison, attorney and Arther F. Burns Fellow in Financial Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute; Politicians primary concern: Getting re-elected
Chelsea Follett, managing editor of HumanProgress.org, a project of the CATO Institute, explains the importance of both alcohol and caffeine to emerging cultures and developing societies. Nature created both to kill creatures much smaller than us — plants evolved caffeine to poison insect predators, and yeasts produce ethanol to destroy competing microbes. . . .…
Hour 1: Estate tax; Wells Fargo debit card scam; Colin Kaepernick; The economics of KISS Hour 2: Thaya Knight of The Cato Institute on The Financial Choice Act; US median household income; Uber; Saving the world one paper plate at a time
Hour 1: Fulton County Fair; Mark Perry of AEI on economic equality Hour 2: Phyllis Schlafly death, and the liberal response; The death tax; Statistics and truth when it comes to income; Information availability, problem solving, and intelligence.
Hour 1: The 2016 election, both sides are getting silly now; For Gary it’s a one issue election: Supreme Court Justices; When politicians, advertisers, and others use fear as a means of control and influence; Tammi Erdman, an Armed Lady instructor with the NRA on how women (and anyone really) can protect themselves. Information on…