Cuba Libre!

Summary:
In this episode Colin sits down with Evan Malone, our Senior Cuba Correspondent about his recent trip to Cuba. They discuss intellectual freedom, the economy, the culture, and the political climate of the country. They also talk toll roads, waking up (not the podcast), puppies, and thermostats. Have you ever paid a toll with a debit card? Let us know by emailing us at the email address on the About page, or by hitting us up on Twitter at @Colin_Aulds, @EvanCMalone, and/or @Church_andState respectively. As always, please direct any and all complaints to our mailing address at:

The Toll Roads
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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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CAS 039: Econ Session 1 – Buy Foreign: It’s Local to Someone

Summary:
In this minisode, Colin is all alone and he’s tired of listening to the Donald and Hillary talk about how dire foreign labor export is. Should we really be concerned about foreign trade like Sanders and Trump would have us believe? Or is this just a non-problem that “solving” would cause massive economic issues to our poorest and most vulnerable? Did you lose a job to a much more skilled and less whiny foreigner?Let us know by emailing us at churchandstatepodcast@gmail.com or tweeting us @Church_andState (or Colin and Evan @Colin_Aulds and @EvanCMalone, respectively). As always, please direct any and all complaints to our mailing address at:
c/o Project Hope
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