Feb 3, 2023
Last week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen announced the federal government would hit the debt ceiling limit sooner than expected, and "extraordinary measures" would need to be taken to keep the government functioning.
In this episode, Marc Goldwein of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget discusses how a lack...
Dec 29, 2022
A short review of what we've learned in 2022, and what's in store for 2023.
Dec 1, 2022
Almost 80 years ago, the world discovered a carbon-free way to generate vast amounts of energy via nuclear power. While it remains the most reliable source of zero-carbon electricity, it's barely mentioned in conversations around combatting climate change.
In this episode, Mark Nelson of Radiant Energy Group...
Nov 24, 2022
The removal of Donald Trump and other prominent conservatives from social media platforms prompted cries of censorship from the right. Elon Musk's decision to reinstate these figures on Twitter has prompted similar pushback from the left.
In this episode (originally published in August of 2021) Ben Studebaker discusses...
Nov 17, 2022
As the Fed raises interest rates to fight inflation, the
economic models they use include energy as a small part of the
overall picture. Is that model flawed?
Jed Dorsheimer, head of Group Head of Energy & Sustainability at William Blair and former advisor on US Energy Policy to the Obama Administration explains how...