Kevin Hassett, director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute and former senior economist at the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, on the Iowa caucus and why Ron Paul’s economic ideas are cockamamie.
Richard Epstein, professor of law at NYU School of Law & author of the recently released “Why Progressive Institutions Are Unsustainable,” on the constitutionality of Obama’s recess appointments, rent control (currently up before the Supreme Court) and other progressive institutions dooming America
Vern McKinley, research fellow at the Independent Institute & author of the new book Financing Failure: A Century of Bailouts, on why government interventions have always failed, the governmental propaganda used to expand federal power, and how the feds are covering their tracks.
Damien Schiff, senior attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, on his oral arguments Monday in the Supreme Court over Sackett v. EPA, a case that could severely curtail federal bureaucratic policing power.
Mike Sackett, Idaho-based property owner and the case’s namesake, on how the justices seemed to view his plight.
Laurence Kotlikoff, professor of economics at Boston University & research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, on his unlikely bid for the presidency on the Americans Elect Party line.
Broadcasting live from Charleston, S.C.!Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, on Thursday’s debate, his pitch to peg the dollar to gold, and why he thinks the economy is “ready to roar.”