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Jeffrey Bell: The US dollar has lost about 95 percent of its value over the past 100 years, and many people place much of the blame on the country going off the gold standard nearly 40 years ago.

Jeffrey Bell discusses why he believes that if the country were to again tie the dollar to gold, we'd have more price stability, fewer and milder swings in economic performance, and an easier time plotting our financial futures.

Interview with Larry Chang

This week's FIRE podcast features Larry Chang, a Washington DC-based artist who literally prints his own money. Larry talks with host Arin Greenwood about the Potomac micro-currency he created a year ago - there are now more than 1000 Potomacs in circulation.

Interview with Michael Mandel

This week's podcast features Michael Mandel, author of the Progressive Policy Institute’s policy memo, "The Coming Communications Boom? Jobs, Innovation, and Countercyclical Regulatory Policy." Mandel speaks with Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of InfoTech & Telecom News, about the impacts of government regulation on the growth of the information and communications industries.

Bruno Behrend: The prospects for school choice in Illinois

Bruno Behrend, director of The Heartland's Institute's Center for School Reform, talks about the prospects for school choice in Illinois with WCRA morning host William Bence.

James Taylor on Saturday Night with Dimitri, KDKA Radio

James Taylor, managing editor of Environment & Climate News, joins Dimitri to talk about the Climategate email scandal.

Mark Thornton: Financial Reform Bill Likely to do More Harm Than Good

Mark Thornton discusses how he sees more trouble ahead for the economy, even with passage of the massive financial reform bill that President Obama and supporters say will protect consumer and the economy.
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