BNS 213: Democratic Populism -with Nick Gillespie
As we discussed on Friday with Jack Hunter, Donald Trump proved that there was an untapped market within the GOP that a persona like he could take advantage of - populism. However, that populism isn'…
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By The Numbers
At Omny Studio, we’re currently shipping several hundred million downloads per month, from over 35,000 podcasts hosted for clients across 70 countries. We recently dug into all that tasty data and…
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Opinion | America Could Use a Liberal Party
The new division in politics isn’t between liberals and conservatives. It’s between liberals and illiberals.
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What Biden’s Corporate Tax Increase Means for American Competitiveness
Thanks to globalization (as opposed to globalism), jobs and investment are now very mobile. This means the costs of bad policy are higher than ever before, and it also means the benefits of good poli…
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Leaders and Legends
The Leaders and Legends podcast features conversations with fascinating and dynamic men and women whose impact has shaped our knowledge, our world, and us. Join us as we discuss their imprint on our …
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The First Person to Prosecute a Head of State, John Cooke
The 17th‐​century Englishman John Cooke was one of the tyranny’s greatest enemies, being the first‐​ever person to prosecute a head of state for crimes against humanity.
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Mrs. America
Mrs. America explores how one of the toughest battlegrounds in the culture wars of the 70s helped give rise to the Moral Majority and forever shifted the political landscape.
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What We Don't Know About Socialism Can Hurt Us
While interest in socialism is on the rise among younger Americans, the history of global socialism should give pause.
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Taking the King to Court, John Cooke
Born into poverty in 1609, John Cooke a Puritan lawyer is the first person in history to prosecute a head of state for crimes against humanity.
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Taxation: How the Government Funds Itself
Daniel J. Mitchell joins us for a discussion on taxation in America.
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Minimum Wage and Income Inequality (Freedom on Trial Commentary: Part 1)
Anne Rathbone Bradley, James K. Galbraith, and Michael Munger discuss the economics behind minimum wage laws and the debate over income inequality. Both concepts are featured in our new courtroom dra…
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FEE Testifies Before the Senate: The Life-Threatening Unintended Consequences of Pandemic Lockdowns
On Wednesday, March 17, 2021, Foundation for Economic Education Opinion Editor Brad Polumbo will testify before the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee. Before Chairman Ben Cardin, R…
While You Were Seussing
While Republicans fight the culture war on TV, Democrats enact progressive priorities into law
America Needs a Healthy Right
An argument against abandoning the conservative movement, or the GOP.

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