What We’re Watching – July 26 – Pacific Research Institute

What We’re Watching – July 26


Kerry Jackson – Brewing Beer to Save Water

Environmental protection doesn’t have to be achieved only by government decree.

Ben Smithwick – How to Raise Successful People

The always brilliant Esther Wojcicki discusses her latest book, “How to Raise Successful People.” One does not need to have children to take away lessons from Woj’s wisdom, including her advice for employers on how to set up their employees for success.

Tim Anaya – What Will a Post-Brexit UK Look Like?

Brexit was a big story in the news again this week, with the election of Boris Johnson as Conservative Party leader and the UK’s new Prime Minister.  Johnson vows the UK will leave the European Union by the October 31 deadline, no ifs, ands, or buts.  This week on PRI’s Next Round podcast, we talk all things Brexit with Daniel Hannan, Conservative Party member of the European Parliament.  In this video below, he shares his vision for what a post-Brexit UK will look like.

Evan Harris – Earthquakes and the San Andreas Fault

Southern California’s rash of earthquakes over the July 4 week stirred debate about the Big One in California. NASA analysis estimated that land near the epicenter in Ridgecrest moved as much as 2.7 feet. This PBS documentary from late last year gives an overview about the 730-mile long San Andreas fault and how earthquakes have impacted California.

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