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Sr. Fellow Judy Shelton appears on the Larry Kudlow radio show on WABC. They discuss what Janet Yellen gets wrong about inflation, taxation and the economy. They also talk about the issue of the green economy including energy and climate policy that is hurting the world's economy.
Independent Institute Chairman and CEO Mary Theroux, host of the documentary Beyond Homeless: Finding Hope is interviewed about her extensive research on solutions to homelessness. She asserts that solutions must involve multiple services. Theroux highlights some programs that are working, such as Haven for Hope in San Antonio, TX where downtown homelessness has plummeted. The solution isn't as simple as giving someone a home. Causes of homelessness are many so the services needed are many and should be individualized, she says.
In 2018, Jonathan Hofer was held at gunpoint when the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department's automated license plate reader (ALPR) misidentified the car he was riding in as stolen. It was not stolen. It was a law enforcement database error. Hofer's California Golden Fleece® Award report recommends several limitations on the new technology that can protect the privacy and property of law-abiding citizens from government intrusions.
Independent Institute Chairman and CEO Mary L. G. Theroux explains her research and how she came to produce the new documentary Beyond Homeless: Finding Hope. She talks about how the problem has been exacerbated by government policies with good intentions. Good intensions will not solve the issue, she says. Solving homelessness will take a coordinated effort to address each person's trauma, addiction, and mental illness on an individual basis.
Independent Institute Chairman and CEO Mary L. G. Theroux talks about how she became involved in the homelessness issue in San Francisco. She describes how the policy of "Housing First" is not addressing the root of homelessness. If housing is first, she says, what is next? Trauma, addiction, and mental health needs to be addressed before people can live and thrive independently. Mary's documentary Beyond Homeless: Finding Hope tells the story of how San Francisco and other cities can solve the homelessness problem in the US.
Research Fellow Burton Abrams, author of The Terrible 10 appears on the Gary Nolan radio show.
Abrams talks about some of the ten worst economic policies in US history. Monetary policy during the Great Depression, the subprime mortgage crisis, prohibition, and Hawley-Smoot Act are among the policies that Abrams says are the biggest mistakes of US lawmakers.
When Nancy Pelosi touched down in Taiwan, the lawless communist mainland government of China threw a fit; does their overreaction mean that the United States should now overtly pledge in advance to fight against China if it invades Taiwan? Looking back at home, is the rule of law threatened by the recent FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago? And lets hear it for the latest miracle political words: its called the Inflation Reduction Acteven though it will ramp up inflation!
Sr. Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms is interviewed on the Gary Nolan radio show. Halbrook talks about the origins of the Second Amendment and the recent US Supreme Court ruling concerning the right to carry in states that currently put restrictions on the right to protect yourself outside of your home.