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Steve Horwitz: Why Inflation Matters

Professor Steve Horwitz of St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, tells us how inflation can harm businesses and individuals, often in ways that many experts do not recognize.

Interview with Marina Krakovsky

Marina Krakovsky, co-author of the new book Secrets of the Moneylab: How Behavioral Economics Can Improve Your Business, is the guest on this week's FIRE Podcast. Marina tells host Arin Greenwood about why fairness trumps self-interest - as well as other ways the real people don't behave like the rational actors of traditional economics - and what businesses can learn from behavioral economics.

Sarah Kliff: Consequences of November Elections on Obamacare

Benjamin Domenech talks with Sarah Kliff of Politico about what the November elections hold in terms of consequences for the health care bill.

Interview with Seton Motley, President of Less Government and Editor in Chief of StopNetRegulation.org.

Seton Motley speaks with Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of InfoTech and Telecom News, about his commentary, November 30th Could Be the Day the Government Seizes Control of the Internet.

California Assemblyman Dan Logue: A weekend at Bernie's

In an exclusive interview with Heartland Senior Fellow James M. Taylor, California Assemblyman Dan Logue -- author of Proposition 23, on the ballot November 2 -- compares the state's economy to "A Weekend at Bernie's"

Interview with Steven Hayward, American Enterprise Institute

Heartland's Ben Boychuk and American Enterprise Institute fellow Steven F. Hayward discuss some of the policy implications of California's Prop. 23, which would suspend the state's greenhouse gas law until unemployment falls.
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