Twitter has conquered every aspect of society, the White House is waging war on the economy, and New Yorkers are defending themselves against beer taxes. Then we investigate the questionable management of the AIG bailout and handicap Chicago’s changes for snagging the 2016 summer games.
We get a fresh recap of the Free State Project’s recent Liberty Forum in Nashua, New Hampshire. John McCain and Richard Shelby say that the government should end the bailouts and let poorly-managed banks go bankrupt, and brewers pin their hopes on robust St. Patrick’s Day sales.
Our special guests this week are Sam Kazman Jeremy Lott. We look in horror at FCC nominee Julius Genachowski, then listen to tales of the icy global warming rally staged earlier this week here in Washington, D.C.
Our hosts take a whiff of the bank nationalizations floating through the air, and say they stink. Senator Chris Dodd’s dodgy dealings in real estate come under scrutiny. While favoring immigration in general, our hosts question the wisdom of “eco-migration.”
We start with the end of the U.S. economy as we have known it: the $790 billion economic stimulus plan and its chilling consequences. The highlight of our program comes with our interview with writer, raconteur and bon vivant around town Jeremy Lott.
A rousing discussion of the Stimulus to Nowhere and the website where you can evaluate it, StimulusWatch.org. We get an update from the billionaire’s club known as the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland and then go straight into Scandal Watch: Daschle Edition.
This week we welcome Senior Culture Correspondent Ryan Lynch. After observing timely anniversaries, we move on to Scandal Watch, where we raise some questions about the electoral race between current U.S. Senator Norm Coleman (R-MN) and onetime SNL funnyman Al Franken.
This week your hosts Richard Morrison and Cord Blomquist bring you the latest in free market news from our new location and studio on L Street NW in Washington, D.C. We start with the success of Christopher C. Horner’s new book on global warming, Red Hot Lies.
Celebrate the new era of Change and Hope with Richard Morrison and Cord Blomquist. Your hosts update you on the trials and travails of Sen. Stevens of Alaska (happy 85th Ted!), run-down the list of would-be cabinet secretaries, warn …