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John Cochrane - July 22, 2014
How Many Immigrants America Needs. John Cochrane, professor of finance at the University of Chicago & senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, on Janet Yellen's aversion to adopting new rules governing her behavior, Keynesians' refusal to abandon their failed models, and why America needs precisely 2,002,052,035 new immigrants
Nina Rees - July 21, 2014
Fighting Financial Illiteracy. Nina Rees, president & CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, on how financial ignorance strangles America's prosperity, how schools can respond, and why charter schools are uniquely positioned to help
Tom Del Beccaro - July 17, 2014
Fine the Water Resources Board, Not the Citizens. Tom Del Beccaro, Forbes contributor & former chairman of the California Republican Party, on California's efforts to ban Californians from washing their car, watering their lawn, spraying down patios and walkways, plus much more
Wayne Allyn Root - July 16, 2014
Murdering the Middle Class. Wayne Allyn Root, former Libertarian vice presidential candidate, on his new book "The Murder of the Middle Class: How to Save Yourself and Your Family from the Criminal Conspiracy of the Century"
Richard Epstein - July 15, 2014
When Government Breaks Contracts. Richard Epstein, professor of law at New York University & senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, on why Harbinger Capital is suing the federal government after the FCC reneged on a major contract; also, Epstein on where the Supremes erred on Hobby Lobby and abortion picketing
Chris Dancy - July 14, 2014
Our Quantified Future. Chris Dancy, "the most connected human on earth," on the 300-700 different ways he tracks himself day-in and day-out, how the quantified self movement can help us perform better, and how it can possibly make things worse
Catherine Engelbrecht - July 09, 2014
Mississippi Mischievousness. Catherine Engelbrecht, businesswoman & founder of True the Vote, on why her organization is suing the Mississippi Republican Party and secretary of state, what their investigators have already uncovered, and whether Chris McDaniel still has a shot
Alex Nowrasteh - July 09, 2014
Border Battles. Alex Nowrasteh, immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute, on what's really driving the surge of children over America's southern border, why the populists are overreacting, and practical ideas for solving it
Mat Staver - July 08, 2014
Victims of Government. Mat Staver, founder & chairman of Liberty Counsel, on how the state of Massachusetts kidnapped a 15-year-old girl and turned her into their lab rat for 16 torturous months
Dinesh D'Souza - July 07, 2014
Dinesh D'Souza, author & filmmaker, on his new movie, "America"
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