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Dr. Scott Atlas joins Lars Larson to discuss the loss in trust in major institutions as a result of how they handled the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Federal Reserve Board nominee Judy Shelton discusses rate hikes, her expectations for the economy and Chairman Powell's comments on the fiscal impact on inflation.
Dr. Atlas and Victor Davis Hanson have a fascinating conversation about many critical issues that were exposed by the pandemic, including the historical context of when government has interposed draconian restrictions on civil liberties as well as the ideological takeover of America's universities and campuses.
Dr. Atlas interviews epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff on the dangers of groupthink and herd mentality in science and the solutions to preventing such thinking for future crises.
Christopher Coyne, F.A. Harper Professor of Economics at George Mason University discusses his new book In Search of Monsters to Destroy: The Folly of American Empire and the Paths to Peace.
Should the U.S. turn the Ukraine war over to its European allies? Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland, author of War and the Rogue Presidency is interviewed on the Jeff Katz radio show on WRVA. In a recent Op-Ed, Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland argues that Europe should take more responsibility to protect themselves from Russian incursion. It's not up to the U.S. to shoulder all the burden of supporting Ukraine. European countries with higher GDP than the U.S. can afford to support Ukraine.
That Chinese balloon floated over the American heartland for days before it was shot down. But are concerns about it just so much hot air? And a year after Putins invasion, does Ukraine deserve a blank check from the U.S., and is there an end game? In other news, will Section 230 survive the Supreme Court? And whats with this effort to rewrite and sanitize Roald Dahls childrens books? We discuss these issues and much more.
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