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Your weekly reinforcement for the defense of capital markets.

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Your weekly reinforcement for the defense of capital markets.

    Episode 73: From Moscow to Grand Rapids

    Episode 73: From Moscow to Grand Rapids

    David is joined this week by his Radio Free California co-host, Will Swaim. Fresh off of a week-long trip to Grand Rapids, Michigan for the annual Acton Institute’s university symposium, David speaks to Will about his path from Marxism to Markets, and where good intentions and good results can both find a home in a properly ordered vision of liberty.

    • 58 min
    Episode 72: A Tour through Vienna and Chicago

    Episode 72: A Tour through Vienna and Chicago

    David is joined today by Dr. Mark Skousen, Presidential Fellow of Economics at Chapman University, best-selling author, founder of the Freedom Fest, and a leading public intellectual in the fight for free enterprise. David and Mark cover a wide gamut of economic topics, economic history, and discuss which schools of thought they most enjoy playing footsie with.

    • 59 min
    Episode 71: Capital Markets R’Us

    Episode 71: Capital Markets R’Us

    David is joined once again by Oren Cass of American Compass, this time to discuss the state of American financial markets. The two have a congenial conversation about private equity and venture capital, what is going wrong with the two, and what the solutions may be. There is more disagreement than agreement, but there is a mutual and sincere effort to identify issues and present thoughtful remedies. Whatever your view may be on what is right or wrong in the evolution of financial markets, you’ll find this robust discussion thoughtful, provocative, and engaging.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Episode 70: Demography and Economic Destiny

    Episode 70: Demography and Economic Destiny

    David is joined this week by Lyman Stone, renowned expert in demographics from the American Enterprise Institute and other significant think tanks and organizations. Lyman and David dive deep this week into mortality, migration, and fertility, and look to better understand the implications for economic growth and human flourishing that various trends in these components represent.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Episode 69: Speaking in Parables

    Episode 69: Speaking in Parables

    David is once again joined by Father Robert Sirico, co-founder of the Acton Institute and a leading public intellectual in the cause of a free and virtuous society. Fresh off the publication of Father's brand new book, 'Economics and the Parables,' David and he dive deep into the Biblical teachings of economics, the state of affairs on the right, and where integralism commits its fatal flaw.

    • 35 min
    Episode 68: The Government Is Coming to Help Your Crypto!

    Episode 68: The Government Is Coming to Help Your Crypto!

    And you’re not going to like it! David is joined once again by Louis Gave of Gavekal Research, and the only things they talk about this week are the bond market, the stock market, global wars, foreign currency, crypto, and pets. You won’t want to miss a word of Louie’s brilliant musings!

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
244 Ratings

244 Ratings

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Great content

Highly recommend

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Objection

I love this podcast and learn much from it. That said…

“Objection - leading the witness!”

“Sustained.”

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High Value for the Time Investment

This podcast has intelligent speakers who come to share facts and have reasoned debates rather than rhetoric. The pace is comfortable, but not slow. They cover their points thoroughly without beating them. I strongly recommend this for anyone who wants to strengthen their understanding of how our economy works - without being spoon fed a particular point of view.

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