Katie Modesitt of the Independent Institute calls in from California to discuss her piece in the San Francisco Examiner on a Universal Basic Income experiment. Silicon Valley is trying out this much debated approach to poverty and Katie makes a compelling case for taking this experimentation seriously.
Liz Wolfe returns from Europe and she has thoughts to share on the release of Chelsea Manning as well as the “conceptual penis” hoax that has stirred the world of academia this week. Check out the podcast and subscribe on iTunes!
Theresa May should expect Brexit talks to fail, so says Fergane Azihari, a Young Voices advocate in France. Ferghane joins the podcast to talk about the economic outlook of the UK and EU if Brexit is completed, and why the EU is rooting for them to fail.
What is free market environmentalism? Young Voices advocate, Lindsay Marchello joins the podcast to explain her article in RealClearPolicy and why individuals and companies can and do often do a better job of guarding the environment than government.
Gridlock drives the American people crazy, but as it turns out our system was designed to work this way. Jerrod Laber joins the Young Voices Podcast to talk about President Trump and his adversarial stance towards the “archaic” US Senate, the Founders intent and whether or not Republicans can hold Trump accountable.