Yaron Brook discusses the economics of Black Friday. (PJTV interview; November 25, 2011; 5 min.)
Archive for November, 2011
48 min. Leonard Peikoff Podcast #192
This edition of Leonard Peikoff’s weekly podcast is an episode of Dr. Peikoff’s radio program, The Leonard Peikoff Show, which ran from 1995 to 1999. The episode is a Tie-In Contest, in which the audience is challenged to identify the philosophic principle that several different examples have in common. Recorded March 21, 1996.
Elan Journo discusses the Obama Administration’s decision against the Keystone Pipeline, and the issue of rising oil prices in general. (PJTV interview; November 21, 2011; 8 min.)
7 min. Drowning in Debt
Elan Journo comments on America’s rising debt and its effect on the economy. (PJTV interview; November 19, 2011; 7 min.)
15 min. Leonard Peikoff Podcast #191
Topics in Leonard Peikoff’s latest podcast of philosophical Q&As include: monitoring one’s own thought processes; the “invulnerability” of Ayn Rand’s heroes; and whether gays have an obligation to come out.
Yaron Brook comments on the Occupy Wall Street movement, and continues into a general discussion of the nature of selfishness. This appearance on The Mike Slater Show was recorded November 18, 2011.
From the financial crisis to Obamacare to the budget debates, the size and scope of government is being debated across the country. One side calls for more regulation to foster equitable prosperity, while the other side says government has grown too big and intrusive. David Callahan, co-founder of Demos, and Yaron Brook join Ford Hall Forum president Dominick Ianno to debate the fundamental social, economic, and moral ideas that underlie politics in America today. Recorded September 29, 2011.
15 min. Nihilism and Occupy Wall Street
Yaron Brook appears as a guest on The Wall Street Shuffle to discuss the Occupy Wall Street movement. Also discussed: the achievements of Steve Jobs. Recorded November 7, 2011.
Yaron Brook is a guest of Lowman Henry on American Radio Journal to discuss the meaning of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Recorded November 8, 2011.
16 min. Leonard Peikoff Podcast #190
Topics in Leonard Peikoff’s latest podcast of philosophical Q&As include: how Dr. Peikoff chooses what fiction to read; playing hard-to-get; and Ayn Rand’s accent.