An Economy of One – July 10, 2018

Hour 1: Kavanaugh chosen for the Supreme Court; American morals and values; A small segment of the population seems to always control the entire population; History of the Supreme Court and how you can qualify to be a Supreme Court justice Hour 2: Mark W. Smith on his book: #Duped: How the Anti-Gun Lobby Exploits…

An Economy of One – December 7, 2017

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

Headlines: April 10, 2017

Tesla Overtakes GM to Become Most Valuable U.S. Auto Maker: Shares of Elon Musk’s electric-car maker continue their ascent Tesla Inc. TSLA +3.07% on Monday became the largest U.S. auto maker by market value, overtaking General Motors Co. GM +0.82% —a feat that would have seemed highly improbable 13 years ago when the electric-car maker…

Headlines, April 5, 2017

Neil Gorsuch Confirmation: Live updates Dem senator wraps all-night Supreme Court protest after 15 hours   Women’s Attitudes on the Gender Pay Gap May Surprise You A Pew Research Center survey found that 62 percent of women believe that women “generally” get paid less than men for doing the same work. However, when asked about their own companies, far…

An Economy of One – June 23, 2016

Hour 1: Brexit vote – before the results came in; ‘Stairway to Heaven’ lawsuit; What happens when a company goes bankrupt?; Food stamp fraud Hour 2: Supreme Court decisions; ‘Electronic Persons’ (aka robots) may have to have social security paid on them;  Minimum wage laws in Seattle mean employers have to ask employees permission to…

An Economy of One, May 12, 2016

Hour 1: Is Facebook suppressing conservative opinion?; Free speech; Crazy things that might classify you a terrorist – being a Libertarian, being reverent of personal liberty; driving a van, and wearing a hoodie are all on the list;  Michael Cannon, Cato Institute’s director of health policy studies, on Obamacare. Hour 2: Obamacare premium hikes; Do you own…