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Dr. Atlas interviews George Mason University Professor of Law Todd J. Zywicki. They discuss how pandemic policies relate to the law and Constitution, how the public health establishment pushed anti-science policies such as denial of natural immunity, and more.
Senior Fellow Steve Hanke believes that those calling for the end of U.S. dollar hegemony may have to wait a very long time, for reasons he outlines in this interview. Steve also gives his views on the war in Ukraine and what the real purpose behind it is, and his forecast for the economy a potential deep recession.
Mary L. G. Theroux interviews Senior Fellow Christopher Coyne on his new book, In Search of Monsters to Destroy. They discuss his intellectual journey, the shift in Americas culture post 9/11, preemptive war, the loss of liberty and security at home resulting from such wars, and the viability of a path to peace without a deep state.
Nobody is above the law. Thats a proper American sentiment. How does New Yorks 34-count indictment against Donald Trump measure up to it? On another legal front, should Congress ban TikTok? And what are we to make of the revelation that at least one FBI field office set out to create a spy network within Catholic churches?
With commercial banks exposed by the recent bailouts, Americans question whether their money is truly safe despite the promises of FDIC insurance. Jeff Deist and Independent Institute Research Fellow Robert Murphy walk through the mechanics of how a full reserve bank could work in a truly free market based on the concepts and taxonomy of Misess Theory of Money and Credit.
Jeff Deist and Independent Institute Research Fellow Robert Murphy discuss the extraordinary actions by the Fed to address the meltdown of Silicon Valley Bank. Did the central bank break the law by effectively authorizing unsecured loans to banks based on the face valuerather than significantly lower market valueof those banks Treasury holdings?
Dr. Atlas talks with Brown University economist and social scientist Dr. Glenn Loury about race, cancel culture, and where the country goes from here.
March CPI data was released on Wednesday, April 12, and inflation in the U.S. has declined to 5%. Steve Hanke, Professor of Applied Economics explains why inflation has been coming down and will continue to edge lower.