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Behind Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum, and the Great Reset: Part 2
Bob continues his series on Klaus Schwab, explain the WEF's plans for redesigning the world, and providing quotes from Schwab's book on the fourth industrial revolution.
Behind Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum, and the Great Reset: Part 1
Bob starts a series looking into Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum and, along with Prince Charles, proponent of the "Great Reset."
Murphy vs Weisenthal on Currency Debasement
Bob critiques a Guardian article from an economist favoring price controls, and explains his argument with Joe Weisenthal about the social benefit of saving actual cash.
Buck Johnson Interviews Bob Murphy on the Case for an Independent Texas
Buck Johnson hosts the podcast Counterflow, and recently featured Bob to discuss his new pamphlet COMMON SENSE on Texas secession.
Patrick Newman on Cronyism in Early US History
Patrick Newman is a fellow at the Mises Institute who have just published his new book. He talks about Rothbard's approach to history, whether the US revolution was libertarian, and the proper way to interpret Andrew Jackson.
Climate Scientist David Legates Gives a Contrarian View on Climate Change
David Legates has a PhD in climatology and is Professor of Climatology at the University of Delaware. He discusses the new 3rd edition of the Independent Institute book, "Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming's Unfinished Debate."
bob is a King
I sometimes wonder why he engages in good faith with bad faith actors, but someone should man that front for the undecided. Excellent analyses
Bob is the most wholesome, kind, reasonable, and sensible radical you can find. If a curious economist who believes in smart fiscal policies from an Austrian economics viewpoint and uses his platform for honest discussion and information on a wide range of topics, sounds like the kind of fringe radical ideology that appeals to you, give it a listen.
Mr. Murphy goes the extra mile to ensure that even a person with little interest in economics can understand the material. If you’re well versed this will seem excessive but I enjoy his approach and find him very entertaining. The most interesting thing about the Bob Murphy Show is that he covers a diverse range of topics from the point of view of a curious economist.