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Money & Politics: Considering a Run

  Larry and Tim tackle even more on Donald Trump, Hillary’s economic speech, the Iran deal,the Chattanooga tragedy and a possible run for New York’s Senate seat by someone we know ...

Money & Politics: Speaking of Speakers

  Larry and Tim discuss Kevin McCarthy’s decision not to run for Speaker, Hillary’s plan to rein in Wall Street, the Trans-Pacific Trade deal, and whether Russia and Iran’s moves in ...

Three Martini Lunch: Political Thanks

  National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos prepare for Thanksgiving by discussing three political things they’re thankful for. Discuss this podcast at Ricochet.

Three Martini Lunch: Presidential Politics

  Today’s Martinis: Reaction to National Review writer David French possibly running for president, The Donald takes on the media at a contentious press conference, and whether a Gary Johnson candidacy could ...

Three Martini Lunch: The Politics of Ultrasound

  Today’s Martinis: The March for Life in Washington, President Trump’s border tax idea, and The Atlantic’s continuing corrections on its story about ultrasound. Discuss this podcast at ...

Three Martini Lunch: Identity Politics

Today’s topics: Terry McAuliffe’s investment schemes, Harry Reid’s Pentagon tall tales, and strange demands from protesting truckers.

Money & Politics: Is College Worth It?

At some point, just about every analysis of what’s really wrong with the U.S. economy says something like this: “And, of course, we need to reform the education system.” But what does ...

Money & Politics: Economic Standards

Larry Kudlow and former Governor Tim Pawlenty, president of the Financial Services Roundtable, discuss money and politics every Tuesday. On today’s installment: A debate over the minimum wage, pro-growth economic ...

Money & Politics: New Rules

Larry Kudlow and former Governor Tim Pawlenty, president of the Financial Services Roundtable, discuss money and politics every Tuesday. On today’s installment: New rules to govern the Fed, big fines ...