Podcast

Business & Economics

Jared Meyer – How Progressive Cities Fight Innovation

Jared Meyer of the Foundation for Government Accountability joins us to discuss his book on how progressive cities like San Francisco are defending the status quo by fighting innovation and the sharing economy, and gives his thoughts on how policymakers should approach these new and disruptive industries.

Business & Economics

John Kabateck – Why Are High-Demand Industries Not Coming to California?

John Kabateck, longtime advocate for NFIB and California’s small businesses, joins us to discuss the results of PRI’s new survey on California’s business climate and explore why highly-coveted industries are still not coming to the Golden State despite state tax credits and incentives.

Featured

Sally Pipes – The False Promise of Single Payer

PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy Sally Pipes joins us to discuss her new book, The False Promise of Single-Payer Health Care, and explore the impact single-payer would have on California’s healthcare system.

Business & Economics

Damon Dunn – Free Markets 101

Damon Dunn, former college and pro football player, successful entrepreneur, and former Hoover Institution fellow joins us to discuss his new “Right by the Bay” column, Free Markets 101, where he will make often complex economic trends more understandable.

Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – Breaking Down Barriers

PRI’s Senior Fellow in Business and Economics Wayne Winegarden joins us to discuss his new study on the barriers in state licensing laws that hinder the ability of natural disaster victims to get their claims processed quickly, and hurt consumers. He discusses reforms that could speed up post-disaster response, lower …

Business & Economics

Ian Adams – Grading California’s Wildfire Response

Ian Adams of the R Street Institute joins us to talk about the legislative response to California’s recent devastating wildfires and the role the free market can play in helping people to rebuild their lives and avoid experiencing a future catastrophe.

Business & Economics

Ned Desmond – Fighting “Fake News” and The Future of Online Media

Tech Crunch COO Ned Desmond joins us to discuss the rapid changes in the news business, the fight over so-called fake news, and the future that new online media sources will play in keeping the public informed.

Podcast

Former Speechwriters Respond to the State of the Union

PRI’s Lance Izumi, Rowena Itchon, and Tim Anaya – all former speechwriters – give their assessment of President Trump’s State of the Union Address and give a behind the scenes view of what goes into preparing “the big speech”.

Business & Economics

Tom Rogan – Issue 1 – What’s Going On in DC and the Return of “McLaughlin Group”

Political journalist and Washington Examiner columnist Tom Rogan gives his take on America’s foreign policy challenges, what’s going on in Trump’s Washington, and his new role as moderator in the return of the iconic TV debate program, “The McLaughlin Group”.

Education

Lance Izumi – What Can California Do to Expand School Choice?

As we mark National School Choice Week, Lance Izumi, Senior Director of PRI’s Center for Education, and Koret Senior Fellow in Education, joins us to discuss his new “American Education Agenda” and his recommendations to policymakers for how we can give California students and parents more educational choices.

Business & Economics

Jared Meyer – How Progressive Cities Fight Innovation

Jared Meyer of the Foundation for Government Accountability joins us to discuss his book on how progressive cities like San Francisco are defending the status quo by fighting innovation and the sharing economy, and gives his thoughts on how policymakers should approach these new and disruptive industries.

Business & Economics

John Kabateck – Why Are High-Demand Industries Not Coming to California?

John Kabateck, longtime advocate for NFIB and California’s small businesses, joins us to discuss the results of PRI’s new survey on California’s business climate and explore why highly-coveted industries are still not coming to the Golden State despite state tax credits and incentives.

Featured

Sally Pipes – The False Promise of Single Payer

PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy Sally Pipes joins us to discuss her new book, The False Promise of Single-Payer Health Care, and explore the impact single-payer would have on California’s healthcare system.

Business & Economics

Damon Dunn – Free Markets 101

Damon Dunn, former college and pro football player, successful entrepreneur, and former Hoover Institution fellow joins us to discuss his new “Right by the Bay” column, Free Markets 101, where he will make often complex economic trends more understandable.

Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – Breaking Down Barriers

PRI’s Senior Fellow in Business and Economics Wayne Winegarden joins us to discuss his new study on the barriers in state licensing laws that hinder the ability of natural disaster victims to get their claims processed quickly, and hurt consumers. He discusses reforms that could speed up post-disaster response, lower …

Business & Economics

Ian Adams – Grading California’s Wildfire Response

Ian Adams of the R Street Institute joins us to talk about the legislative response to California’s recent devastating wildfires and the role the free market can play in helping people to rebuild their lives and avoid experiencing a future catastrophe.

Business & Economics

Ned Desmond – Fighting “Fake News” and The Future of Online Media

Tech Crunch COO Ned Desmond joins us to discuss the rapid changes in the news business, the fight over so-called fake news, and the future that new online media sources will play in keeping the public informed.

Podcast

Former Speechwriters Respond to the State of the Union

PRI’s Lance Izumi, Rowena Itchon, and Tim Anaya – all former speechwriters – give their assessment of President Trump’s State of the Union Address and give a behind the scenes view of what goes into preparing “the big speech”.

Business & Economics

Tom Rogan – Issue 1 – What’s Going On in DC and the Return of “McLaughlin Group”

Political journalist and Washington Examiner columnist Tom Rogan gives his take on America’s foreign policy challenges, what’s going on in Trump’s Washington, and his new role as moderator in the return of the iconic TV debate program, “The McLaughlin Group”.

Education

Lance Izumi – What Can California Do to Expand School Choice?

As we mark National School Choice Week, Lance Izumi, Senior Director of PRI’s Center for Education, and Koret Senior Fellow in Education, joins us to discuss his new “American Education Agenda” and his recommendations to policymakers for how we can give California students and parents more educational choices.

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