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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 […]

Keith Weiner on an Economic Ray of Hope, Tho Bishop on Pence-Harris Debate

Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to offer his insights on the nation’s debt, inflation, and how gold investment can rescue us from this economic crisis. How is gold the solution for paying off debt? Listen to the full episode to find out. Also, Tho Bishop of Mises Institute joins David to discuss the […]

Amy Povah, Anrica Caldwell on Those Left Behind, Keith Weiner on Debate Fallout

Why wasn’t criminal justice discussed in the debate? Amy Povah and Anrica Caldwell join David Gornoski to discuss this important question as well as the pandemic exposure in prisons across the country. Amy also highlights how Biden has, in his career, repeatedly struck down any hope of criminal justice reform and helping the victims of […]

Keith Weiner on Wall Street and Main Street

Is something that is good for Wall Street antithetical to Main Street? Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals joins David Gornoski to answer this question as well as to address some of the key overlaps between socialist and fascist economics. Can Keynesian economics be aligned with capitalism or does it bear more resemblance to socialism? How […]

The Future of Gold and Money

In this roundtable discussion, David Gornoski is joined by Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals, and James Dale Davidson, author of the Sovereign Individual. Together, they discuss the history and future of gold as an investment asset for the average Joe, general misconceptions of investing in gold, the Fiat money system, the […]

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 […]

Battle of the Scapegoats, Keith Weiner on GDP, Inflation

David Gornoski and Shannon Braswell return for a conversation on economic stimulus and welfare, scapegoat narratives in politics and culture, and more. Plus, Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals calls in to talk about the latest news on the economy such as the Fed becoming the 1/3rd owner of US mortgages, the 3 trillion deficit of […]

Veteran Ben Adams on Endless Wars, Keith Weiner Takes on Keynes

Marines veteran Ben Adams joins David Gornoski to talk about the foreign policy stances espoused by President Trump as opposed to the Democratic party. Why do Democrats like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have double standards on people of color when it comes to their actions in countries like Libya and Syria? What’s the situation […]