February 3

Peter Schiff

Peter, with an exclusive look at how the sausage is made at The Daily Show

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February 4

Betsy McCaughey

Betsy McCaughey

Betsy McCaughey, former lieutenant governor of New York & author of the new book Beating Obamacare 2014: Avoid the Landmines and Protect Your Health, Income, and Freedom, on how to protect your medical privacy in post-ObamaCare America, how HHS can now overrule your doctors, and how to find decent health care without going broke.

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February 5

Chloe Stirling

Chloe Stirling

Chloe Stirling, 11-year-old Troy, Ill.-based pastry chef & entrepreneur; and Heather Stirling, Chloe’s mother, on how their local government put the kibosh on Chloe’s successful cupcake business.

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February 6

Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux Guest Hosting…
Stefan fielded calls on politics, philosophy, and the day’s top news

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February 7

June O'Neill

June O’Neill

Leon Aron

Leon Aron

Andrew Schiff guesting…

June O’Neill, former Congressional Budget Office director & adjunct scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, on why if anyone should be mad about a wage gap, it’s men.

 

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 02-03-14 to 02-07-14

  • Monday – Markets will weaken as Feds pursue the taper.
  • Tuesday – The taper is reversing the wealth effect.
  • Wednesday – The job growth is in the service sector.
  • Thursday – It’s a shame the Constitution is vague on Executive powers.
  • Friday – Job growth slowdown indicated a weak economy.
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February 10

Jonathan Bell

Jonathan Bell

Jonathan Bell, federal employment attorney, on why federal workers who weren’t paid until after the government shutdown ended should now be paid a whole lot more.

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February 11

Jon Riches

Jon Riches

Jon Riches, attorney at the Goldwater Institute’s Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation, on how he hopes his lawsuit against Tucson, Ariz., will end politicians’ habit of mandating certain favored groups receive lucrative government contracts.

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February 12

Mike Dunafon

Mike Dunafon

Mike Dunafon, mayor of Glendale, Col. & manager of its local strip club Shotgun Willies, on his intrepid campaign to restore liberty in northern Colorado, his possible campaign for governor, and his call for Americans to rise up and reclaim their power in an “American Spring”.

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February 13

Steve Lee

Steve Lee

Steve Lee, author & engineer, on his new book, Epiphany, a sci-fi story highlighting mankind’s disturbing tendency to repeat the same mistakes that have crumbled past great societies.

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February 14

Peter Schiff

Free Form Friday, guided by the best callers in talk radio!

Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 02-10-14 to 02-14-14

  • Monday – The bad jobs numbers reveals how bad our economy is.
  • Tuesday – Janet Yellen wants to hold inflation rate at 2%.
  • Wednesday – Yellen blames bad jobs numbers on the weather.
  • Thursday – Obama raised the minimum wage, but not until the next election.
  • Friday – You cannot ease the economy and taper at the same time.
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February 17

Nic Anderson

Nic Anderson

Nic Anderson, independent medical technology analyst, on how FDA approval is a terrible barometer for judging the efficacy of medical remedies.

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February 18

Mark Daniels

Mark Daniels

Mark Daniels, chairman of the American Progressive Bag Alliance, on a California proposal to ban plastic bags is such proposal that would ultimately hurt consumers, businesses, and even the environment.

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February 19

James

James “Duke” Pesta

James “Duke” Pesta, English professor at the University of Wisconsin & academic director of FreedomProject Education, on how Common Core is the latest education boondoggle keeping America’s youth stupid.

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February 20

Burt Folsom

Burt Folsom

Burt Folsom, history professor at Hillsdale College & author of The Myth of the Robber Barons, on why inequality is healthy, why today’s conventional wisdom about the Gilded Age is all wrong, and how some modern-day Rockefellers could be just what today’s economy needs.

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February 21

Peter Schiff

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 02-17-14 to 02-21-14

  • Monday – Japan had a record trade deficit in the 4th quarter.
  • Tuesday – The Fed must take credit for the bad price increases, not just the good.
  • Wednesday – The government cooked the books on producer prices.
  • Thursday – China is vendor financing the US economy.
  • Friday – Canada’s inflation in January was three times faster than expected.
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February 24

Bob Swarup

Bob Swarup

Bob Swarup, journalist & investor, on his new book, Money Mania: Booms, Panics, and Busts from Ancient Rome to the Great Meltdown.

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February 25

Christina Oatfield

Christina Oatfield

Victors over Government. Christina Oatfield, Christina Oatfield, food policy director at the Sustainable Economies Law Center; and Mark Stambler, Los Angeles-based bread baker, on how Mark’s popular home-made bread operation was shut down by California’s food cops, and how’s it’s re-emerged following Christina’s efforts to legalize home-made food sales in California..

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February 26

Anya Kamenetz

Anya Kamenetz

Anya Kamenetz, Fast Company columnist & author of the book Generation Debt: How Our Future Was Sold Out for Student Loans, Bad Jobs, No Benefits, and Tax Cuts for Rich Geezers–And How to Fight Back, on how the future of education will largely be “do it yourself.”.

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February 27

Janak Joshi

Rep. Janak Joshi

Reps Janak Joshi (R-Col. District 16) & Joann Ginal (D-Col. District 52), representatives in the Colorado General Assembly, on the “right to try” bill they’re cosponsoring that would give dying patients access to experimental drugs..

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February 28

Peter Schiff

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 02-24-14 to 02-28-14

  • Monday – Fear of default is fading because of inflation.
  • Tuesday – Consumer confidence fell in February.
  • Wednesday – Data shows that the weather didn’t slow down sales.
  • Thursday – Don’t focus on revenues but rather profits.
  • Friday – The positive economic data points are the exception, not the rule.
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