Jan 31, 2023
CORRECTION: If you happened to download this episode and find the prior week's episode instead, apologies. This is the correct file.
Nathan Lockwood of Rank the Vote discusses his journey from volunteer to Executive Director of a nationwide grassroots organization promoting ranked-choice voting nationwide and the...
Jan 20, 2023
Gordon Hanson of the Harvard Kennedy School discusses how increasing the number of work visas issued for skilled and unskilled labor could help curb the short-term problem of inflation while ensuring the US economy remains competitive over the long-term.
America Needs More Immigration to Defeat Inflation, an article...
Jan 14, 2023
With Kevin McCarthy's victory as Speaker of the House secured after 15 tries and a series of concessions, Data Mike joins Dan to discuss the implications this could have on regulation and the global economy as we continue to grapple with the nation's debt.
Jan 5, 2023
Since the election of Donald Trump in 2016, a party once based on free markets and multilateralism pivoted to a more nationalistic approach to immigration, trade, and military alliances. In this episode, Leonie Huddy discusses how - despite the fact nationalist sentiment has declined in the US over the last 20 years - a...