episodes about Policy


Episode 76 Steve Moore on the Trump Economy


Last week I interviewed economist Steve Moore at a conference with conservative leaders. While the capital markets selloff and bad coronavirus news had not yet had hit galeforce levels, as it has this week, they were looming.


Episode 70 “China, Cyber-enabled Economic Warfare, 5G and Cyber-crime” with Klon Kitchen


Cyber warfare is raging around the world, with China as the leading state actor. But unlike Russia, and unlike Iran, and unlike North Korea, China is deeply integrated into the US economy and many aspects of our national strength. This is one reason why Congress wanted to learn from my guest Klon Kitchen about the Chinese app TikTok.


Episode 65 “We’re in the midst of a Cold War. An Economic War” with Robert Atkinson


Robert D. Atkinson, founder and president of ITIF, describes the United States role in the war for influence and control.


Episode 62 Is Climate Change Really a Planetary Emergency? – with Myron Ebell


Is the climate debate fueled by overheated climate models, inflated CO2 emission scenarios, disregarded basic data on human health and well being, and relentless exaggeration by political interests claiming to speak for “the science”?


Episode 61 Part 2: Who Owns The World’s Art? with C.D. Dickerson


C.D. Dickerson, III, Curator, and Head of Sculpture Department at the National Gallery of Art, comments on issues around art ownership and repatriation – including art that was taken from Africa in the colonial era that now resides in museums all over the world.


Episode 61 Part 1: Who Owns The World’s Art? with CD Dickerson


C.D. Dickerson, III, Curator, and Head of Sculpture Department at the National Gallery of Art, comments on issues around art ownership and repatriation – including art that was taken from Africa in the colonial era that now resides in museums all over the world.


Episode 56 Deconstructing the Federal Reserve with George Selgin and Norbert Michel


If the Fed brought home a report card reflecting its performance since its creation in 1914, its parents would not be pleased. Its record for stability is among the worst in the developed world, and it has done little to fix the problems it was invented to address.


Episode 53 Why Some States Get Rich, While Others are Going Broke-Jonathan Williams and Seth Grove


There are right ways for states to manage their economies – and some very wrong ones. So if you wanted to make your state more prosperous, wouldn’t it be helpful to have the tools to determine how it will perform years into the future? They exist.


Episode 43 Trumponomics with Steve Moore


Ronald Reagan was a winner who believed in the boundless potential of America. Sound familiar? It’s one of the reasons Donald Trump is succeeding despite the relentless criticism. He “has a finger on the pulse of millions and millions and millions of Americans.” He beat 17 other candidates to get elected and then outsmarted Congress and his own advisers to get a much better tax bill. Learn how Trump gets what he wants on “The Bill Walton Show” with guest Steve Moore.


Episode 42 What Both the Left and Right Miss About Work in America with Oren Cass


I believe that growth can benefit all Americans, yet while our GDP has tripled in size from 1975 to 2015, average wages have barely risen. The response from both political parties has been to double down on policies that have failed to address this reality Maybe they’re missing something crucial in their economic calculations. A focus on work. Author and scholar Oren Cass explains on my new podcast. www.cgtv.us





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