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Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – A To Do List for the Next Congress

Our guest this week is Wayne Winegarden, PRI senior fellow in business and economics.  The new members of Congress will take office in January in the midst of high inflation and economic uncertainty.  PRI has developed a To Do List of reforms for both Washington and Sacramento.  Wayne discusses some …

Environment

Todd Myers – Time to Think Small

Our guest this week is Todd Myers, Director of Center for the Environment at the Washington Policy Center.

California

PRI All-Star Election Preview

PRI’s All-Star panelists gather again to preview the mid-term elections. 

Business & Economics

Brian Domitrovic – Do Taxes Have Consequences?

Our guest this week is Brian Domitrovic, an economic historian focusing on the history and development of supply-side economics.

California

Deacon Jim Vargas – Father Joe’s Villages

Father’s Joe’s Villages was established in 1950 to serve San Diegans experiencing homelessness and poverty. 

Energy

Nick Loris – The Impact of “Green” Policies

Our guest this week is Nick Loris, Vice President of Public Policy at C3 Solutions, short for Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions.

Free Cities

Bartlett Cleland – Current Contentions in Technology and Innovation

A known thought leader, writer, and speaker on all issues of innovation, communications and technology, PRI Senior Fellow Bartlett Cleland has spent his entire public policy career in the technology and innovation space.

California

Paul Cho – LifeArk’s Innovative Concept to House the Homeless

Our guest this week is Paul Cho, CFO of LifeArk, an organization that has designed rotationally molded houses for the homeless.

Featured

John O’Neill – the Dancer and the Devil

Next Round has a very special guest on this podcast – John O’Neill. He was the author of Unfit for Command, the bestseller detailing John Kerry’s tour of Vietnam. Now he has a new book, the Dancer and the Devil, the Dancer being ballerina Anna Pavlova and the Devil, Joseph Stalin. John makes the case that it was Stalin who was responsible for Pavlova’s mysterious and sudden death. He also discusses the history of bioweapons, how they have been the weapon of choice for communist countries against enemies of the state, and the origins of the Wuhan virus in China.

California

Steve Greenhut – End of Legislation Wrap-Up

Our guest this week is Steve Greenhut, a fellow at PRI and director of PRI’s upcoming Free Cities Center. Steve is back to discuss the just ended legislative session and the new laws that Californians could see in the books.

Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – A To Do List for the Next Congress

Our guest this week is Wayne Winegarden, PRI senior fellow in business and economics.  The new members of Congress will take office in January in the midst of high inflation and economic uncertainty.  PRI has developed a To Do List of reforms for both Washington and Sacramento.  Wayne discusses some …

Environment

Todd Myers – Time to Think Small

Our guest this week is Todd Myers, Director of Center for the Environment at the Washington Policy Center.

California

PRI All-Star Election Preview

PRI’s All-Star panelists gather again to preview the mid-term elections. 

Business & Economics

Brian Domitrovic – Do Taxes Have Consequences?

Our guest this week is Brian Domitrovic, an economic historian focusing on the history and development of supply-side economics.

California

Deacon Jim Vargas – Father Joe’s Villages

Father’s Joe’s Villages was established in 1950 to serve San Diegans experiencing homelessness and poverty. 

Energy

Nick Loris – The Impact of “Green” Policies

Our guest this week is Nick Loris, Vice President of Public Policy at C3 Solutions, short for Conservative Coalition for Climate Solutions.

Free Cities

Bartlett Cleland – Current Contentions in Technology and Innovation

A known thought leader, writer, and speaker on all issues of innovation, communications and technology, PRI Senior Fellow Bartlett Cleland has spent his entire public policy career in the technology and innovation space.

California

Paul Cho – LifeArk’s Innovative Concept to House the Homeless

Our guest this week is Paul Cho, CFO of LifeArk, an organization that has designed rotationally molded houses for the homeless.

Featured

John O’Neill – the Dancer and the Devil

Next Round has a very special guest on this podcast – John O’Neill. He was the author of Unfit for Command, the bestseller detailing John Kerry’s tour of Vietnam. Now he has a new book, the Dancer and the Devil, the Dancer being ballerina Anna Pavlova and the Devil, Joseph Stalin. John makes the case that it was Stalin who was responsible for Pavlova’s mysterious and sudden death. He also discusses the history of bioweapons, how they have been the weapon of choice for communist countries against enemies of the state, and the origins of the Wuhan virus in China.

California

Steve Greenhut – End of Legislation Wrap-Up

Our guest this week is Steve Greenhut, a fellow at PRI and director of PRI’s upcoming Free Cities Center. Steve is back to discuss the just ended legislative session and the new laws that Californians could see in the books.

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