The Supply Side Podcast is for everyone who believes economies flourish when people produce goods and services that other people actually want. We talk low taxes, stable money, entrepreneurship and business development with the best thinkers on banking, investment and markets in the world. We prepare you for what happens when the bubbles finally pop.
Modern Monetary Theory With Nathan Lewis
Modern Monetary Theory or MMT is the soup of the day in the global monetary shadow world. In this episode Nathan Lewis and I discuss The Deficit Myth by Stephanie Kelton, the current bible of the MMT and functional finance crowd. If you have interest in unicorns, mythical creatures and magical money printing machines that never cause inflation then this is the episode for you. We go deep into some of the core theories in MMT and hold them up against the cold, hard light of reality.
The Importance Of Cash And Adam Smith on Competition
This morning I only had 25 minutes before a bike race yet I managed to pull together a veritable cornucopia of macro and classical economical goodies. I start by exploring what Adam Smith thinks about competition and then we go deep into the latest brilliant analysis of Nathan Smith and his Polaris Letter. Finally, I begin to share some of the key insights from George Gilder's latest interview on blockchain and the global scandal of money.
Thomas Sowell George Gilder And More
Today I want to share with you a quick summary of the latest phenomenal research from Doug Noland as well as some great quotes from the one and only Thomas Sowell. I also share a quote from George Gilder that reminds us that entrepreneurship is a crucial way in which we participate with the structure of the cosmos itself.
Working Longer And Harder For Less
In today's episode I share a great quote from a recent article from John Rubino's Dollar Collapse website. It would be funny if it was not so tragic and such a reflection upon the criminal mutations that define our financial system. Rising inflation steals the purchasing power of people who have often worked their entire lives in the hope of a decent retirement. Those days are over.
Interview with Dr. Sam Gregg Of The Acton Institute
Dr. Samuel Gregg is research director at the https://www.acton.org/about/staff/samuel-gregg (Acton Institute). He has written and spoken extensively on questions of political economy, economic history, ethics in finance, and natural law theory. He has an MA from the University of Melbourne, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in moral philosophy and political economy from the University of Oxford. In this wide ranging interview we discuss inflation, the Federal Reserve system and much more.
The Deficit Myth - Governments Are Not Like Households
This is the second instalment of my series on Stephanie Kelton's MMT book The Deficit Myth. In this episode I explore her belief that government finances are radically different to personal finances and that governments, as currency issuers, can never run out of money.