David and known free-market pundit, Stephen Moore, go round and round about the present state of affairs — from spending, to tax increases, to a growing Fed, to the lost incentives of statist thinking. Do elected officials and Wall Street success stories both suffer from the same affliction? Namely, a low regard for, or poor understanding of, the very thing that makes markets work to begin with? It’s a hard-hitting discussion across a multitude of topics you won’t want to miss.
David is joined this week by National Review regular, Michael Brendan Dougherty, for a diverse conversation on politics, culture and more.
David is joined on Capital Record by Bob Doll, long-time Chief Equity Strategist at prestigious Wall Street firms.
David tackles the very essence of Capital Record in this solo-act version of the podcast that should not to be missed.
Jordan Ballor, Director of Research at the Center for Religion, Culture, and Democracy, joins the Capital Record to discuss with David why institutions are held in such low regard.
David is joined by Dr. Jay Richards, whose work in establishing the moral foundation of economics has been extraordinary.
David Bahnsen and known free-market pundit, Stephen Moore, go round and round about the present state of affairs — from spending, to tax increases, and more.
The nation’s foremost housing and mortgage economist, Edward Pinto of the AEI Housing Center, joins
Louis Gave of Gavekal Research comes back to Capital Record, this time elaborating on his bullish thesis for China’s bond market and currency.
David welcomes Anthony Scaramucci back to the Capital Record to discuss COVID, mandatory vaccines, the responsibility of government, and what this ultimately all means for a free economy.
Fed economist and monetary-policy adviser Danielle DiMartino Booth, founder of Quill Intelligence, joins the Capital Record to sound off on a whole host of things.