Monthly Archives: April 2010

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The Brewing VAT

In this week's Coffee and Markets, we discuss the upheaval in the marketplace in the wake of Greece's problems and we talk about the White House plan, as advocated by Steny Hoyer and Paul Volcker, to institute a VAT.

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Welcome to the Know: Epistemic Closure

On this week's episode of Welcome to the Know, The New Ledger's Brad Jackson and Pejman Yousefzadeh discuss epistemic closure, the rift within the Republican Party, and Superman vs. Batman.

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The Assault on Goldman Sachs

In this week's edition of Coffee and Markets, we're talking about the controversies over financial regulation reform and the SEC's case against Goldman Sachs.

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Welcome to the Know: Nuclear Policy

On this week's episode of Welcome to the Know, Brad Jackson and Pejman Yousefzadeh discuss Texas politics, nuclear deterrence, and more -- all brought to you by LibertyPundits.com.

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Rum and Politics: Entitlements and Class

This week we offer you part one of a special Rum & Politics session from Costa Rica. The conversation covers the concept of tying government pay to the voting franchise, the stratification of class, and the unintended consequences of Obamacare.

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The Supreme Court: Who's Next?

The New Ledger's Brad Jackson and Pejman Yousefzadeh discuss the Supreme Court, John Paul Stevens, and President Obama's potential nominees on today's Welcome to the Know broadcast

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The Fractured State of the RNC

The New Ledger's Brad Jackson and Pejman Yousefzadeh discuss Michael Steele and the fractured state of the RNC on today's Welcome to the Know broadcast.

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The United States of Deficits Forever

In this week's edition of Coffee and Markets, we're talking about deficits, the economic future, entitlement spending and the possibility of a grand compromise on taxes.