Dr. Anthony Bradley, professor at the King’s College and research fellow at the Acton Institute
David is joined this week by Dr. Anthony Bradley, professor at the King’s College and research fellow at the Acton Institute, for a deep and wide conversation on the anthropology of economics, the realities of inner cities, the need of the hour in job creation, and so much more. Dr. Bradley is one of the most compelling public intellectuals today making the case for a free and virtuous society, and the insights shared on this week’s podcast are, well, memorable.
David is joined today by Judy Shelton, who was famously one vote away from being approved for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
David hosts George Gilder yet again to discuss his positively profound insights on ‘information theory’ and ‘life after capitalism.’
David is joined by Dr. Anthony Bradley for a deep and wide conversation on the anthropology of economics and much more.
David is joined on this episode by Amity Shlaes, one of the great economic historians and the leading Calvin Coolidge scholar of our time.
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.