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Dr. Atlas talks with Brown University economist and social scientist Dr. Glenn Loury about race, cancel culture, and where the country goes from here.
Sr. Fellow Judy Shelton is interviewed on Fox Business Network's Making Money with Charles Payne. She discusses the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and says the Federal Reserve has its own problems so it's not surprising oversight of Silicon Valley Bank was lax. She also gives her opinion of what the Fed should do now about interest rates.
Independent Institute Chairman and CEO Mary L. G. Theroux is interviewed on the Vernuccio/Novak Report. Cities and states can address the homelessness issue and it's been proven to work in San Antonios Haven for Hope, as shown in the film Beyond Homeless: Finding Hope. The federal Housing First policy is not working. Providing temporary shelter is not a strategic plan to address individual needs for recovery and life skills training.
Sr. Fellow Randall Holcombe, author of Liberty in Peril, sees threats to four reedom, but in general, he says, we are more free than just a generation ago. We have more choices. Tax rates are lower. People can easily move to states where they are even more free, but what are the threats to our freedoms? Holcombe recently wrote an article Capitalism! which explains why it is the greatest system to lift people out of poverty.
Independent Institute Chairman and CEO Mary L. G. Theroux is interviewed on The Voice of Reason with Andy Hooser on KQAM radio in Wichita, KS. Mary discusses her reasons for making the documentary film Beyond Homeless: Finding Hope, which highlights a way for cities to begin addressing the homeless crisis in America. The Housing First approach hasnt worked in the ten years its been implemented. Individualized solutions are needed for each person experiencing homelessness. Wichita is building such a site called One Rise Health campus.
Dr. Atlas interviews author and businesswoman Jennifer Sey. They discuss her courageous stand in facing the new corporate wokism, an unprecedented movement in private sector companies that threatens some of the most foundational values of a free-thinking ethical society.
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.