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Posted: Wed. June 12, 2024, 11:09am PT

“You can't have sound money without sound finances,” says Judy Shelton, monetary economist, author of “Money Meltdown,” and former economic advisor to Donald Trump. In an exclusive interview with Daniela Cambone, Shelton explains the rationale behind a gold standard argument, detailing how issuing a gold-backed bond may be the pathway to it. “I don't know how people talk about free trade without addressing currency gyrations and how they impact trade,” she says. Additionally, she warns that the fate of the U.S. may be similar to what happened to the Soviet Union with insurmountable debt. “Is the US still going to be here in 50 years? At the rate of the unsustainability in terms of the fiscal and monetary situation that you opened with, I don't see how.” Tune in for this insightful discussion on the future of the U.S. economy and the potential return to a gold standard.

Posted: Fri. June 7, 2024, 4:15pm PT

Why are all the campus protests so ideologically one-sided? Was Claudine Gay the tip of the iceberg on plagiarism? Is scientific objectivity passé among the faculty? And will all this educational malpractice lead to financial problems that will put colleges out of business?

Posted: Thu. May 30, 2024, 9:56pm PT

Dr. Atlas interviews Harmeet Dhillon, a nationally recognized attorney whose focus is employment law, First Amendment rights, election law and commercial litigation. She is a trial lawyer and the managing partner at Dhillon Law Group in San Francisco. She's also CEO and founder of the Center for American Liberty and the co-chair of the Republican National Lawyers Association. They have a wide-ranging conversation about key issues like free speech, the current state of our system of justice and its politicization, and separation of powers essential to our government's function.

Posted: Thu. May 23, 2024, 1:32pm PT

Campuses are overtaken by protest encampments, Jewish students are targeted, and higher ed leaders can’t manage to condemn antisemitism while protecting free speech. But the problems go deeper—like the plagiarism that university faculty would never tolerate in their students. On other fronts, what’s up with all these bans on lab-grown meat? And does the Biden administration understand how money works? Graham Walker, Phillip Magness, and Williamson Evers discuss all this and more on this episode of Independent Outlook.

Posted: Thu. May 16, 2024, 10:01am PT

Economist and author Phil Magness debunks a recent New York Times piece and shoddy academic work about the rich and their taxes. Phil Magness—an economic historian, author, and the David J. Theroux Chair in Political Economy at the Independent Institute—says the work of Piketty and his circle of inequality-obsessed colleagues is deeply flawed and sometimes outright deceptive. He points out that billionaires do pay taxes...a lot of taxes. And the inequality literature is riddled with errors and bad statistics. Learn more on Reason.com

Posted: Wed. May 15, 2024, 10:26am PT

Judy Shelton, Independent Institute senior fellow, joins ‘Squawk Box’ to react to April’s PPI report, her expectations from the Fed, and more.

Posted: Mon. May 13, 2024, 10:30am PT

Independent Institute senior fellow Judy Shelton addresses the Fed's lack of 'intellectual diversity' on 'Making Money.'

Posted: Mon. May 13, 2024, 4:02pm PT

Research Fellow Benjamin Ginsberg, author of The New American Anti-Semitism interviewed on The Drive with Trey Radel on WFSX radio (FL). College campuses are a toxic mix of no conservative or moderate faculty, naive and gullible students who can be convinced of just about anything, and the rise of administrators who are foolish and timid. Administrators are afraid to confront the left, Ginsberg says. This was made evident when the heads of Penn, Harvard and MIT testified in front of congress in December of 2023.