RealClear Radio Hour – Family Medicine Man

3 Jan

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Family Medicine Man

Dr. David Neuburger, who recently retired from 32 years in family practice, shares his experience on the changing medical landscape—from ballooning medical school debt and restrictions on residents to the effects of malpractice suits and counter-productive protocols dictated by insurance coverage requirements.

Dave Neuburger FINAL

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RealClear Radio Hour – Remembering, Celebrating & Defending Our Patrimony

27 Dec

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Legacies of Empire

On his 75th birthday, Fred Smith, founder of the Competitive Enterprise Institute and Director of the Center for Advancing Capitalism, takes a historical look at the persisting tension between free marketers and progressives. Smith celebrates the oft-vilified leaders of America’s Industrial Revolution—from James J. Hill to John D. Rockefeller—for ushering in the Age of Enterprise.

Fred Smith

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A New Magna Carta

John Cochrane, senior fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, discusses his recent paper, The Rule of Law in the Regulatory State. Cochrane shines a light on how the unchecked power of regulatory agencies threatens political freedom, as well as economic growth and dynamism.

John Cochrane

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RealClear Radio Hour – Censorship and Neglect

21 Dec

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Censorship and Neglect

December 19, 2015

Ken White, criminal defense attorney, former federal prosecutor, and lead contributor to the popular political blog Popehat, examines corrupting legal influences, from the rampant calls to limit free speech to the system’s failure to confront prosecutorial abuse.

Ken White

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RealClear Radio Hour – Mom vs. Boogey Man

20 Dec

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Mom vs. Boogey Man

December 19, 2015

Danielle Meitiv, climate scientist and free-range mom, recounts how she, her husband, and their young children were repeatedly and crudely accosted, detained, and interrogated by the police and Child Protective Services in Maryland for letting the children play and walk in their quiet suburban neighborhood unescorted.  Find out why she’s suing to help end such abuses.

Danielle Meitiv

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RealClear Radio Hour – The Miracle of New Zealand

13 Dec

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The Miracle of New Zealand

December 12, 2015

For our 100th broadcast, Host Bill Frezza shares the story of New Zealand’s successful economic turnaround, featuring interviews with former finance ministers Sir Roger Douglas and Ruth Richardson, the political reformers who spearheaded New Zealand’s transformation from a welfare state saddled with crushing public debt, rampant inflation, and a closed and moribund economy, to one of the freest, most prosperous, and open countries in the world.

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RealClear Radio Hour – Freedom of Speech vs. Freedom from Offense

6 Dec

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Polarizing Media

December 5, 2015

Ashe Schow, commentary writer for the Washington Examiner, discusses the hype and hoaxes in recent news coverage of campus issues, as well as of the “war on women,” and how biased reporting has caused public trust in the media to fall to a historical low.

Ashe Schow

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Intellectual Safety

December 5, 2015

Jonathan Rauch, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, Yale alumnus, and renowned free speech advocate, explains how the recent campus uproars for freedom from offense are antithetical to one of the core missions of a university: a robust exchange of ideas.

JonathanRauch

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RealClear Radio Hour – Common Sense Environmentalists

29 Nov

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Rocker Conservationist

November 28, 2015

Chuck Leavell, long-time Rolling Stones keyboardist, conservationist, and award winning tree farmer at Charlane Plantation, shares his passion for common sense environmental stewardship and sustainable forestry.

Chuck Leavell

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Apocalypse Averted

November 28, 2015

Patrick Allitt, Emory University professor of American history and author of A Climate of Crisis: America in the Age of Environmentalism, recounts the many predictions of impending catastrophe made by experts that proved unwarranted over the years, and applies the lessons learned to our current fears about climate change.

Patrick Allitt

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