CAS 068: Econ Sessions 4 – Meltdown!

Summary:
In this episode, Colin takes the easy way out and rips audio from a speech he thinks you might enjoy so that way he doesn’t actually have to write notes and lecture on an actual economic topic. let’s face it, it’s not like he’s going to write a book like Evan did. Anyway, The speech is entitled Meltdown and it was given by Dr. Thomas E. Woods at UC Boulder a few years back. It discusses some of the hidden culprits behind the Great Recession of 2008, and it’s certainly a perspective you aren’t going to hear anywhere else. On top of that, it’s actually well-defended. Email us with your comments, insights, or questions at the email address on the About page, or by hitting us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, @Colin_Aulds, or @EvanCMalone.

You can check out Tom and listen to his lectures at LibertyClassroom.com or by listening to Tom on the Tom Woods Show anywhere you listen to podcasts.

CAS 057: Econ Session 3 – The Minimum Wage Primer

Summary:
In this episode, Colin sits down to talk the ins-and-outs of minimum wage. What is necessary to prove its efficacy? And how is minimum wage even tangentially related to cigarette prices? Do you have a strange comparison to cigarette prices? If so, email us with your comments, insights, or questions at the email address on the About page, or by hitting us up on Twitter at @Church_andState, @Colin_Aulds, or @EvanCMalone.

CAS 041: Econ Sessions 2 – Seeing the Unseen

Summary:
In this minisode, Colin set’s out to establish a good first principle when it comes to thinking economically. Disclaimer: This should have been the first episode in the new Econ Sessions series, with last week’s episode on buying local being the second. Do you have a first principle you’d like to share, economically or otherwise? Let us know by emailing us at churchandstatepodcast@gmail.com or tweeting us @Church_andState (or Colin and Evan @Colin_Aulds and @EvanCMalone, respectively).

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