In this episode, Bob is joined by Brian Darling of the Heritage Foundation, one of America’s great conservative Libertarian think tanks. They discuss earmarks such as Lobster Institute and Rat Island and explain how easy and painless it is to balance the budget and cure deficit spending – - without raising taxes. Who needs a President’s Deficit Reduction Commission when we’ve got Bob Zadek?”
This Sunday, Bob will be joined by Matt Welch, Editor-In-Chief of Reason Magazine to discuss a Libertarian plan that would totally eliminate the budget deficit without raising taxes. Crucial to this plan is a discussion of Enumerated Powers (a core founding principle which is considered quaint in Washington today). They will remind the audience of Madison’s great words from Federalist 45 – “The powers delegated . . . to the Federal Government are few and defined.”
This Sunday, Bob’s guest will be Joe Henchman, an attorney and policy analyst who supervises the Tax Foundation’s state policy and legal programs. Joe will share his considerable insights on the way taxes are used to influence behavior. This is not only about money but it is about control and denial of individual freedom.
In this encore episode, Bob interviews John Lovell: a lobbyist for law enforcement groups who is fighting against the movement to legalize marijuana in In this encore episode, Bob interviews John Lovell: a lobbyist for law enforcement groups who is fighting against the movement to legalize marijuana in the state of California. The initiative, also known as the “Tax Cannabis Act,” received enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. If it is approved, California would become the first state to legalize marijuana for recreational use by adults. The measure would also give local governments the authority to regulate and tax pot sales.
This Sunday, Bob’s guest will be MD and attorney Bruce Fagel. Together they’ll review the obscene income transfers inherent in pending health care reform legislation, and see how it stands up against core American principles. Is it reform (“amendment of what is defective” according to Webster’s) of health care or its destruction? Learn why Obamacare is a Trojan Horse, loaded with social engineering and massive income transfers. You won’t get this anywhere else.