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Jeff Deist Looks at 2020 in Review

David Gornoski is joined once again by Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist. This time, the two look back at 2020 in review. What should we do going forward into the new year? “Number one is don’t trust the government,” says Deist as he highlights the erosion of liberty in 2020, especially with the COVID lockdowns. What lessons can […]

Jeff Deist on COVID Bucks, Rep. Anthony Sabatini on Lockdowns

  “All this financial engineering doesn’t create any real wealth.” Jeff Deist of the Mises Institute returns to the show to comment on COVID bailouts; Joe Biden’s sky-high promises; the World Economic Forum’s plan to eliminate private property; vaccine passports; and more. Also in the show, Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini calls in to talk about the refusal […]

Tho Bishop: Trump’s Legal Team Makes Unprecedented Claim

Tho Bishop of the Mises Institute returns to the show to comment on the latest press conference by President Trump’s legal team. What is so different about this press conference? Tho Bishop says that this has now moved beyond the mere claim of voter fraud. Now that Trump’s team is hinting at institutional conspiracy, what recourse is […]

Keith Weiner: What About China? Jeff Deist on the Religiosity of Election Day

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals returns to the show to address the Biden family ties to communist China. Can we have fair and free trade deals with China? Keith argues that we are weakening our economy with our central-planning and that it would be foolish to ask for more regulations. Also, Jeff Deist of the […]

Keith Weiner on Prices and Regulations, Alice Marie Johnson: “Not Afraid of Cancel Culture”

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals joins David Gornoski for another in-depth segment on the economy. What does it mean when we hear of prices going up in the market? Does market regulations have something to do with the rise and fall of prices? Is there any such thing as a good regulation? Also in the […]

Keith Weiner on Government Stimulus, Amy Povah and Maurenne Griese on Prisoners in the Pandemic

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to comment on stimulus checks in pandemic time and whether they do good for the economy. Is government involvement, even in an emergency, beneficial or harmful? Weiner argues that every government intervention is initiated as a reaction to an “emergency.” Listen to the full episode for more from […]

Is a Strong Wall Street Proof of a Growing Economy?

David Gornoski continues his analysis of the state’s religiosity and the desacralization brought to it by President Trump. Also, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to comment on the latest economic and political news. Why is Bill Gates turning back from certain vaccine proposals? Can Biden get the stock market up? Why do so-called […]

Why Blame Boomers? Plus, Amy Povah and Dickie Lynn Talk Prison

It’s become fashionable to blame baby boomers for much of society’s ills today. Did boomers create endless debt and corruption in politics? Who abolished the Bretton Woods system? Are boomers responsible for a system based on creating money out of thin air? Should we scapegoat generations or do we look at the core of the […]

Thou Shalt Not Kill

David Gornoski resumes his commentary on current affairs such as the veiled threat by a former DOD official against Alex Jones, the shooting of Ryan Whitaker, and the continuing divisive narrative pushed by the media. “Instead of being fixated on political creeds or the color of one’s skin, one should recognize that the human heart […]

Jim Rogers on Pandemic Politics, Asia, and Lessons from World Travel

Renowned investor, author, and world traveler Jim Rogers joins David Gornoski to discuss pandemic politics, lockdowns, the future of Asia, America’s debt crisis, and lessons from world travel. Is the 21st century heading towards Asian dominance? “I don’t like saying this. I’m an American but look out the window. Asia seems to have handled this […]