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Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!
 
Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
Our finances, portfolios and the markets are affected daily by the policies and politics coming out of Washington. In each episode of WashingtonWise, host Mike Townsend, Charles Schwab’s Vice President for Legislative and Regulatory Affairs, focuses a non-partisan eye on the stories that matter most to investors, and his guests offer actionable suggestions for what to do--and what not to do--with your portfolio. Podcasts are for informational purposes only. This channel is not monitored by C ...
 
Longtime Atlantic tech, culture and political writer Derek Thompson cuts through all the noise surrounding the big questions and headlines that matter to you in his new podcast Plain English. Hear Derek and guests engage the news with clear viewpoints and memorable takeaways. New episodes drop every Tuesday and Friday, and if you've got a topic you want discussed, shoot us an email at plainenglish@spotify.com
 
Each weekday, Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal and Kimberly Adams make today make sense. Along with our supersmart listeners, we break down happenings in tech, the economy and culture. Every Tuesday we bring on a guest to dive deeper into one important topic. Because none of us is as smart as all of us.
 
Arm yourself with knowledge, know your rights, and avoid becoming a victim of injustice. The Military Law &Life Matters Podcast empowers you to take charge of military law issues such as how to upgrade your discharge, what to do when facing an Officer Grade Determination to other legal issues we may face at various stages of our life. In addition to legal topics, the podcast will also cover Life Matters--Life Lessons I've learned along the way. This podcast is for our Heroes: Active Duty, Re ...
 
The American Monetary Association is a non-profit venture funded by The Jason Hartman Foundation that is dedicated to educating people about the practical effects of monetary policy and government actions on inflation, deflation and freedom. Our goal is to help people prosper in the midst of uncertain economic times. The American Monetary Association believes that a new and innovative understanding of wealth, value, business and investment is necessary to thrive in the new reality of big gov ...
 
The award* winning Investors First Podcast is a service of CFA Society Orlando. Subject matter experts from our Society interview Founders, Chief Executive Officer’s, Chief Investment Strategists, Fed Presidents and more to discuss timely and relevant topics in finance. Our mission is to educate investors and investment professionals in Florida, the Americas and beyond, with a focus on making you a more informed investor and/or advisor. *The CFA Institute awarded CFA Society Orlando the 2020 ...
 
Speaker Book author Charles McKay. Smart Real Estate Deals in Bank Bailout Era and Beyond . Talks about Software by Glacier Concept, banking, credit, mortgages, buying homes and property valuation, debt, mortgage backed securities, and financial economic approaches with investment banking securities industry, commodities futures trading, hedge funds, and bond securities and government regulation. Financial health of banks, banking activities, equity trades, and federal reserve
 
CNN's lead DC anchor and chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this two-hour long weekday afternoon program, with headlines from around the country and the world, the top stories in national and international news, politics, health, money, the environment, sports and popular culture. The Lead also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages—buried leads—to the forefront.
 
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Economic Development

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Economic Development

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

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The creation of quality jobs in a challenging economy requires rethinking existing strategies. The Federal Reserve and the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) have partnered to offer free podcast interviews with economic development practitioners and academics. Podcasts cover innovative postrecessionary economic development strategies, emerging trends in job creation and workforce development, small business trends, and health care issues.
 
The Economy Matters podcast presents conversations with a variety of Atlanta Fed employees to discuss the work the Bank does and its relevance to people’s daily lives. It also offers interviews with experts outside the Atlanta Fed, who discuss topics of interest to those who want to know more about economics and monetary policymaking.
 
The real estate industry is in a constant state of evolution even during ordinary times. During these extraordinary times of financial uncertainty, the industry is changing faster than ever. This podcast series features experts discussing emerging trends and innovative strategies, and how they are adapting existing strategies to keep up with today's shifting landscape. These interviews aim to increase understanding of the industry.
 
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One Trade Podcast

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One Trade Podcast

Trent Norris and Michelle Nipko

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One Trade Podcast is designed to help investors by showcasing one potentially asymmetric trade at the beginning of each week. It is for educational purposes to teach investors what to look for when picking a stock to buy. Show host, Michelle Nipko and Fund Manager, Trent Norris bring energy and excitement to these ever-changing markets. Bob Dylan wrote the song “Times They Are a-Changin” and this saying certainly applies to today’s financial markets. Post March 2020, we witnessed an incredib ...
 
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Zip Code Economies

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Zip Code Economies

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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With the backdrop of a world that seems increasingly divided, Zip Code Economies shares the stories of people navigating the unique economic situations in their communities. Hosted by Mary Daly and brought to you by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, these weekly stories highlight people who face issues we hear about every day, but like the rest of us, strive to make contributions, create opportunity, and move forward—together.
 
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Twice Around

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Twice Around

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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Have you ever wondered whether the American Dream is dead? What about the Economics of Adulting? And should you be optimizing for happiness or contentment? If you’ve ever thought about any of these issues, you’ll have to tune into Twice Around. Hosted by Mary Daly and Jody Hoff (colleagues, best friends, and mentors), each episode is a journey marked by myth-challenging, insights, and advice. Is the Rags-to-Riches trope a real thing? Listen to find out.
 
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The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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Pacific Exchanges is a podcast from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The show features interviews with experts in economics and finance to explore emerging trends around the world such as new uses of financial technology and their impacts on financial health and inclusion. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco or of the Federal Reserve System.
 
This new podcast from the Community Development departments of the 12 Federal Reserve districts addresses important social issues like economic mobility, affordable housing, small business development and community reinvestment. Each episode showcases successful programs that help provide access to opportunity for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. Join us as we ask community members and organizations across the U.S. about the challenges they are facing and what solutions the ...
 
Jesus' very first action after being tested in the wilderness by the devil was to declare Jubilee. Corrupt priests were ignoring the LAW of Moses which requires Jubilee each 50 years. Jesus exposed the corrupt scribes and Pharisees. Why is Jubilee so important? A usury based money system guarantees perpetual debt slavery so that we all serve Mammon not the Creator. History Repeats and we must do the same to win our emancipation. More details and free training at: usuryFreeJubilee.com
 
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Does College Matter?

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Does College Matter?

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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With soaring student debt, innovative technology, and new-fashioned careers—we wanted to ask the question: does college still matter? The second season of “Does College Matter?” will bring you insights from role models who have navigated a variety of worlds – from college and entrepreneurship to coding academies and the work place. With thought leaders such as Google’s Chief Education Evangelist, Jaime Casap; the CEO of Remind, Brett Kopf; and Sarah Green-Carmichael from Harvard Business Rev ...
 
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Douglas Borthwick

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Where Wall Street Goes Digital INX Management discuss current events and market movements as they relate to traditional Wall Street and digital securities. We tackle exchange issues, crypto movement, security, global financial policy and more in lively debates with some of the most renown faces on the traditional and digital sides of the investing fence. Expect plenty of thoughts on bitcoin, security tokens and Federal Reserve policy as we bridge the divide between old and new Wall Street.
 
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A clever idea to use magnetic nanoparticles to capture valuable materials from brine. Sounds arcane, but it's blossomed into new projects that could help make the U.S. a producer, and not just a consumer, of critical minerals used in electronics and energy production. One planned pilot project, funded co-funded with industry by the Energy Departmen…
 
With bitcoin dipping modestly while some altcoins trade upward, and a perspective on the Fed’s inflation explanation, CoinDesk’s “Markets Daily” is back with its latest news roundup. This episode is sponsored by Kava and BCB Group. Today's Stories: Stock Futures Rise as China Eases Covid-19 Lockdowns - WSJ Speculation Fuels Shiba Inu, Dogecoin to B…
 
The United States is helping Ukraine militarily, but only indirectly. When it comes to health care for the besieged Ukrainians, the aid and cooperation are more direct. Much of the work falls to the Health and Human Services Department. Joining the Federal Drive with an update, the H-H-S assistant secretary for global affairs, Loyce Pace.…
 
In an agency as large as Veterans Affairs, with a third of a million employees, there's no shortage of things to go wrong. Often, it is whistleblowers that point them out, often to the office of inspector general. Now a bipartisan bill that passed the House would ensure continuance of a policy, that every VA employee receive training by the OIG, to…
 
A dozen senators reject the Veterans Affairs Department’s plans to reshape its health care real-estate. The senators say they won't proceed with the President’s nominees to serve on the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission. The commission, part of the 2018 MISSION Act, is supposed to review the VA’s recommendations on how it expects to right-…
 
The security clearance process can make it difficult to move personnel from one agency to another. That’s especially true for people who need the highest levels of clearance. Lie detector requirements and other issues can bog down an application for months. The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has some new suggestions for how to make it …
 
On the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's transfer from British to Chinese rule, we ask how things have changed for businesses in the territory. Speaking at an event to mark the occasion, President Xi said the "one country two system" model of ruling Hong Kong must continue. He also oversaw the inauguration of Hong Kong's new pro-Beijing leader John L…
 
In last week's instant reaction pod, Derek said he thought abortion pills were one of the most fascinating and important aspects of the end of the era of Roe. In this episode, he goes deeper into how this new technology could change the abortion debate and national politics. Abortion pills that weren't in use 50 years ago are popular, common, safe,…
 
Jason Hartman welcomes a special guest today, the mysterious and brilliant Doomberg, to discuss if the story of 2022 could be a food inflation and food shortage crisis born directly from the energy crisis that we're seeing today. Jason and Doomberg take on this ongoing train wreck energy crisis we're living through and discuss how China's response …
 
The January 6 committee hearings generate new interest, Hong Kong observes the twenty-fifth anniversary of its handover to China, and migrant smuggling gets new scrutiny after dozens were found dead inside a truck in Texas. Books and Articles Mentioned Keith B. Richburg, “Hong Kong Was Not Supposed to Look Like This” (2022) Diana Roy and Sabine Bau…
 
Depending on which inflation numbers you look at, you either believe inflation is bad or really, really bad. So which is it? We’ll discuss the difference between the consumer price index and the personal consumption expenditures index, and why it matters. Plus, the Supreme Court delivers a major blow to environmental regulation. And, we get even sm…
 
Sources tell CNN Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson claims she was contacted by somebody from the Trump world trying to influence her testimony. Plus, President Biden calls for dropping filibuster rules to pass abortion rights into law. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy…
 
Today, the Supreme Court issued a ruling that limits the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to cap emissions. But the move will also restrict other federal agencies’ policymaking powers. We’ll examine how this decision will shape how the economy is run and regulated — in areas as varied as COVID and crypto. Plus, why consumer spending is s…
 
Joe Biden's climate strategy suffers a major setback after the US Supreme Court rules that the Environmental Protection Agency doesn't have the authority to set standards on polluting emissions from existing power plants. A White House spokesperson says the ruling is a "devastating decision," we ask the BBC's John Mervin about the potential consequ…
 
Thank you so much for tuning in for another episode of Tin Foil Hat with Sam Tripoli. This episode we welcome Author MR Gorga to the show to discuss his new book "Demons Among Us" and to give us his thoughts on Jesus and the darkness that surrounds us. This was a crazy episode so I hope you enjoy it. Thank you for your support. Want To See Sam Trip…
 
The International Monetary Fund has concluded 'constructive' talks with the government of Sri Lanka over a possible bailout. The island is facing its worst economic crisis on record, and there have been days of protests over food, fuel, and medicine shortages. Also in the show - why France is faring better than its neighbours when it comes to infla…
 
It's become an unfunny joke. No matter what crucial intellectual property gets developed in the United States, it gets stolen by China or maybe Russia. A special team deep in the Defense Department has been working on one strategy to counteract this. It looks for investments in U.S. companies by suspicious foreigners. For his work collaborating wit…
 
Federal employee whistleblower complaints are often investigated by the agency itself, rather than by the Office of Special Counsel. This can speed resolutions, or end up with complaints going nowhere. Or suppressed. Bob Tobias, professor in the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University, has looked at this question. He joined the Fede…
 
Just because you apply, doesn't guarantee you'll get federal security clearance. Lots of people make basic errors in their clearance and suitability forms. That can make things take longer than they should. Joining the Federal Drive with some tried-and-true advice on the mistakes to avoid, Shaw Bransford Roth attorney James Heelan.…
 
The House recently passed its 2023 Defense authorization bill. In it are some provisions relating to service member marijuana use and possession. In particular, asking the Military Justice Review Panel to come up with new sentencing guidelines. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione talked with the author of that provision, Maryland Congressman Anth…
 
The Government Publishing Office, an arm of Congress, has issued its vision for a hybrid workforce. About a third of its workforce is still out on full-time telework or remote work. GPO is also offering 100% telework for white-collar employees in the D.C. area, unless they’re needed in the office on a specific day. For an update, Federal News Netwo…
 
With bitcoin suffering its worst monthly returns yet, and a more nuanced look at how the SEC views crypto, CoinDesk’s “Markets Daily” is back with the latest news roundup. This episode is sponsored by Kava and BCB Group. Today's Stories: Bitcoin Drops to Nearly $19K as Fed Renews Inflation Warnings Stock Futures Drop on Final Trading Day of Gruelin…
 
NATO's two-day summit in Madrid has ended with a pledge to boost defence spending to strengthen the transatlantic military alliance and increase support for Ukraine. US President Joe Biden has announced a further $800 million in military aid. Senior defence consultant Fabrice Pothier tells us what the economic impact of increased defence spending m…
 
The history of traveling queer parties in Chicago is rooted in exclusion and racism. This week, we spoke with Pat McCombs and Vera Washington — longtime organizers of Executive Sweet, a traveling party focused on Black lesbians that got its start in the 1980s. We also talked with Tori and Jae Rice of smallWORLD Collective, a group that organizes ev…
 
In September, the fallen superstar was found guilty on all nine charges he faced, including the most serious of racketeering. A warning that the following story contains details that some listeners may find disturbing. If this story has raised concerns, support is available from 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.…
 
It’s listener question time! A few weeks ago, Kai Ryssdal said consumers who want to help slow our inflated economy should stop spending money. But now one of our listeners wants to know if there’s anything they can do with their disposable income that helps the economy but is also fun. We offer some advice. Plus, the hosts take more of your questi…
 
MAGA media, Rudy Giuliani, and even former President Trump all trying to discredit star witness testimony that may actually reveal crimes committed in the days leading up to and on January 6th. Also, more undocumented migrant deaths linked to a tractor trailer abandoned in the hot Texas sun. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, vi…
 
As some states curtail abortion care, others are moving in the opposite direction. Today, we take a trip to Maryland, where a new law expands the number of workers able to perform abortions as providers in the state anticipate a surge in demand. Plus, ports work to ease shipping congestion, federal funding for COVID treatments dwindles and Hong Kon…
 
Listeners of the Tom Woods Show will recognize the name Gret Glyer, the young man who spent three years living in Malawi, the world's poorest country at the time, in order to help the most vulnerable and who, at age 26, launched the outstanding DonorSee app, which allows givers to see video footage of the actual effects of their donations. Gret was…
 
A major hedge fund faces liquidation following a cryptocurrency price crash. Singapore-based Three Arrows Capital has defaulted on loans of more than $700 million. Could it be a sign of worse to come? Digital Assets Correspondent for the Financial Times, Scott Chipolina, says it's not the first time confidence has been undermined. Walter Tood, Pres…
 
With bitcoin down 5% as the liquidation of crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital is ordered by a British Virgin Islands court, plus a look at a Web3 vision for payroll, CoinDesk’s “Markets Daily” is back with the latest news roundup. This episode is sponsored by Kava and BCB Group. Today's Stories...Read the full show notes here. Featured Story: P…
 
Gale talks about the state of funding in the current economic climate , her teaching experience, starting Irish Angels & Vitalize , betting on work revolution and much more. feedback @ decentmakeover13@gmail.com ig - @decentmakeover twitter - @notryandsouzaa Episode Links - Gale's Twitter - https://twitter.com/galeforcevc Website - https://gale.vc/…
 
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