June 1

Peter Schiff

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 05-29-12 to 06-01-12

  • Tuesday Home prices have not hit bottom yet.
  • Wednesday – Obama’s stimulus jobs cost between $540,000 and $4.1million each.
  • Thursday – Bailouts only encourage fraudulent behavior.
  • Friday – If you live by the printing press, you die by the printing press.
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June 2

Lawrence Reed

Lawrence Reed

Stefan Molyneux guest hosting…Lawrence Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education, on the parallels between modern America and the late ancient Rome.

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June 5

Veronique de Rugy

Veronique de Rugy

Larry Salzman

Larry Salzman

Stefan Molyneux guest hostingÖVeronique de Rugy, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center & columnist for Reason Magazine, on seniors’ screwing over the young, avoiding the conventional confusion of the calamity in Europe, and the coming catastrophe with state and local pensions.

Larry Salzman, staff attorney with the Institute for Justice, on a suit being filed Tuesday against the state of Virginia on behalf of doctors being prevented from practicing; also, how local police departments are colluding with the Department of Justice to rob from non-law breaking Americans.
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June 6

Sheldon Richman

Mike Higgins

Addison Wiggin

Mike Horvath

Stephan Kinsella

Stephan Kinsella

Jeffrey Tucker, executive editor of Laissez Faire Books guest hostingÖ

Sheldon Richman, editor of the Freeman, on labor law’s helpful impact on unemployment.

Sheldon Richman

Addison Wiggin, executive publisher of Agora Financial, on politicians’ dollar negligence.

Addison Wiggin

Stephan Kinsella, intellectual property lawyer, on the explosion of patents and its retardation of innovation.

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June 7

Iain Murray

Iain Murray

Stefan Molyneux guest hosting…Iain Murray, vice president of strategy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, on what Wisconsin means for the future of organized labor.

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June 8

Randy and Karen Sowers

Randy and
Karen Sowers

Randy and Karen Sowers, owners of the South Mountain Creamery in Middletown, Md, and their attorney, Dave Watt, on the feds’ seizure of their property despite having broken no laws.

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 06-04-12 to 06-08-12

  • Monday – A welfare state led to draconian controls in 1795 in South England.
  • Tuesday – The real act of property is to bring something into utility.
  • Wednesday – Elected officials are just figureheads of the nation state.
  • Thursday – The Democratic Party is built on welfare recipients, the media, and public sector unions.
  • Friday – The real fiscal cliff is when interest rates skyrocket or we face hyperinflation.
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June 11

Kevin D. Williamson

Kevin D. Williamson

Kevin D. Williamson, editor at National Review, with exclusive new details on the hidden politics behind Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, as detailed in his new book, The Dependency Agenda.

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June 12

Roger Kimball

Roger Kimball

Sen. Rand Paul

Sen. Rand Paul

Stefan Molyneux guest hostingÖRoger Kimball, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center & columnist for Reason Magazine, on seniors’ screwing over the young, avoiding the conventional confusion of the calamity in Europe, and the coming catastrophe with state and local pensions.

Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky’s junior Republican senator, on why he’s backing Mitt Romney.
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June 13

Nick Hanauer

Nick Hanauer

Nick Hanauer, founder of the Seattle-based venture capital firm Second Avenue Partners, on why consumers and not wealthy businessmen create jobs, as argued in his now notorious TED talk.

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June 14

Dambisa Moyo

Dambisa Moyo

Dambisa Moyo, one of Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World” in 2009 & author of Dead Aid: Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa, on her latest book,Winner Take All: China’s Race for Resources and What It Means for the World.

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June 15

Peter Schiff

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 06-11-12 to 06-15-12

  • Monday Obama is wrong: the private sector is not doing fine.
  • Tuesday Adding Spanish debt will pour fuel on the fire.
  • Wednesday – Loans from politicians allow banks to take a lot of risks.
  • Thursday – Nigel Farage: The Euro Titanic has hit the iceberg.
  • Friday – CNBC’s Luskin: Europe is broke, so buy American debt.
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June 18

Victor Sperandeo

Victor Sperandeo

Victor Sperandeo, president and CEO of Alpha Financial Technologies, on the Greek elections, his outlook for commodities, and how the ObamaCare ruling will impact U.S. markets..

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June 19

PeterSuderman

Peter Suderman

Paul Conway

Paul Conway

Peter Suderman, president of Generation Opportunity, on new strategies for motivating America’s youth to start caring about the country’s calamitous economic condition.

Paul Conway, Kentucky’s junior Republican senator, on why he’s backing Mitt Romney.
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June 20

Jim Lacamp

Jim Lacamp

Jim Lacamp, portfolio manager at MacroPortfolio Wealth Management, on Wednesday’s Fed announcement, Jamie Dimon’s latest efforts at mollifying Washington, and why Europe is only getting worse.

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June 22

Peter Schiff

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 06-18-12 to 06-22-12

  • Monday The debt merry-go-round is going to stop.
  • Tuesday We’re benefiting from a bull market in worry.
  • Wednesday – Operation Twist can’t delay QE3 for long.
  • Friday – Moody’s didn’t downgrade the banks enough.
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June 25

Chris Conover

Chris Conover

Chris Conover, AEI adjunct scholar & author of The American Health Economy Illustrated, on Monday’s expected ObamaCare ruling

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June 26

Walter Block

Walter Block

Walter Block, economics professor at Loyola University in New Orleans, on his new book, Ron Paul for President in 2012: Yes to Ron Paul and Liberty.

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June 27

John Casti

John Casti

John Casti, scientist & cofounder of the Vienna-based research institute X-Center, on how our technology-driven, overcomplex society is increasingly vulnerable to sudden collapse, as explained in his new book, X-Events: The Collapse of Everything.

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June 28

Nick Gillespie

Nick Gillespie

Barbara Comstock

Barbara Comstock

Nick Gillespie, editor-in-chief of Reason Magazine, on what Thursday’s opinion spells for the fate of libertarianism.

Barbara Comstock, member of the Virginia House of Delegates & surrogate for the Romney campaign, on how Thursday’s ruling impacts Romney’s planned path to the presidency.
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June 29

Rand Paul

Rand Paul

Rand Paul, junior senator from Kentucky, on his strategy for salvaging American liberty from the wreckage of Thursday’s ObamaCare ruling.

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Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 06-25-12 to 06-29-12

  • Monday Obama should slash spending so Americans can keep more of their pay.
  • Tuesday Home prices are still down even with record low mortgage rates.
  • Wednesday – Stockton’s bankruptcy is symptomatic of the crisis.
  • Thursday – The government’s taxing authority is limited by the Constitution.
  • Friday – Thanks to Obamacare, it’s no longer special to be an American.
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