An Economy of One – January 10, 2018

Hour 1: China is selling US debt; Why is dollar so strong on the world market?; N. Korea reactivates Bat Phone; Fight for $15 failed where tax cuts succeeded Hour 2: Bundy trial thrown out after prosecution withholds evidence; Our brains are negative by nature, and companies take advantage of that; Do we want Apple…

An Economy of One – December 10, 2015

Hour 1: Abusing tragedy for legislation; Nancy Pelosi on California’s gun laws; Travel restrictions imposed; If your last name is Lynch?  It’s racist. Change the names of those buildings and streets while you’re at it.  Hour 2: Gregory Ip, Author of Why Safety Can Be Dangerous and How Danger Makes Us Safe; Changing No Child Left…

An Economy of One – December 3, 2015

Hour 1: San Bernadino; IMF/Special Drawing Rights; Paris Climate Summit and the president’s faux pas; Solar energy and legislation to increase electrical rates by 90%.  Hour 2: Total US Debt; Rhetoric of the left, and of politics in general; Mark Zuckerberg’s huge charitable donation; Student loan debt.

Economy of One – Week of September 7th Podcasts

September 8th: Hour 1: Best of:  Unintended, and expensive, consequences of regulations on small businesses; How controlling the money supply makes money more, or less, expensive / comparing US currency to foreign currencies; Peter Schwartz, Distinguished Fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute on his new book In Defense of Selfishness  Hour 2: Best of: Government controlling…

One ring… to suspend them all?

A 4th grader with a vivid imagination was suspended for making Tolkienistic threats, (or what the principal is calling ‘terroristic’ threats).  The wussification of America has gone too far when the school administration over-reacts to the point that play and imagination gets a child suspended. As the Odessa American reported, Aiden Steward allegedly claimed he…

Privacy is deader than we thought

At the World Economy Forum in Switzerland, Harvard professors are giving world leaders a horrifying image of  the state of privacy, both cyber and individual. Davos (Switzerland) (AFP) – Imagine a world where mosquito-sized robots fly around stealing samples of your DNA. Or where a department store knows from your buying habits that you’re pregnant…