Capital Record – your weekly reinforcement for the defense of capital markets. Financier and NRI trustee David L. Bahnsen hosts discussions on economics and finance in this National Review Capital Matters podcast, sponsored by National Review Institute. Episodes feature interviews with the nation's top business leaders, entrepreneurs, investment professionals, and financial commentators.
Supply-Side Coffee Talk
David and father of the supply-side revolution, Art Laffer, wax and wane about 50 years of evolution in economic thought. A not-to-be-missed discussion!
Right Said Fed
David and his guest Ramesh Ponnuru do a deep dive into all things monetary policy, with a fascinating conversation about what a truly “conservative” view of the Fed looks like in 2021. The views are not what you expect, but the perspective is sure to make Fed critics and defenders alike think!
Time Is Money
World-renowned economist, technologist, and supply-side guru, George Gilder, joins David to look at the hard truths we know as we enter a post-capitalist world, and how those who know the real definition of wealth can win the intellectual war.
The Good Old Days?
Anthony Scaramucci of Skybridge Capital joins David to talk about what role we need from government in a society that protects free enterprise. Anthony yearns for the good old days of the 1950s, and David offers some counter-views. This is a robust discussion on where lines ought to be drawn.
The Maker and the Takers
David Bahnsen interviews Jerry Bowyer about one of the most dangerous and destructive teachings to ever pollute our understanding of social justice -- the concept that Jesus was a socialist. Jerry unpacks the exegetical wisdom of his new book, 'The Maker Versus the Takers,' to make the case that context is everything, and the implications to our economic worldview from our hermeneutics are, well, everything.
Special Episode: The Gamestop Non-Fiasco
David is joined by Andrew Stuttaford to debunk the silliness of the current narratives around the GameStop drama, and what it means for capital markets.