Cesar Hidalgo on Why Information Grows

Oct 26th 2015, 10:30, by Russell Roberts

Cesar Hidalgo of MIT and the author of Why Information Grows talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the growth of knowledge and know-how in the modern economy. Hidalgo emphasizes the importance of networks among innovators and creators and the role of trust in sustaining those networks.


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David Kupelian – The Snapping of the American Mind

Oct 24th 2015, 17:19, by eagle@eagleforum.org, eagle@eagleforum.org

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efl_102415.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 0 MB)

Ep. 519 Debate/Discussion: Should Libertarians Support a Basic Income Guarantee?

Oct 26th 2015, 14:56, by Tom Woods

Some voices in the libertarian world have argued that a basic income guarantee for everyone would be better than the current welfare state from a pragmatic point of view. Matt Zwolinski adds that it is morally required, given the dubious origins of so many existing property titles. Result: an engaging exchange of ideas I know you'll enjoy. But be sure to listen all the way to the end, since that's where the best parts can be found.

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woods_10_26_2015_2.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 60.7 MB)

Dystopian Films Dominate Modern Culture - Situational Ethics in Maze Runner

Oct 26th 2015, 05:38, by Kevin Swanson

A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Dystopian Films Dominate Modern Culture - Situational Ethics in Maze Runner
Subtitle: Situational Ethics
Speaker: Kevin Swanson
Broadcaster: Generations Radio
Event: Current Events
Date: 10/26/2015
Length: 36 min. (64kbps)

Overview: Dystopian films now dominate the box office - 100 in the 2000s, 23 in the 1970s, and 8 in the 1960s. Kevin Swanson points out that modern man is more self-conscious of his self-destructive ideologies, social theories, and political states. We also take a few minutes to review the situational or autonomous ethics developed in the Maze Runner - Scorch Trials, and other dystopian films.----This program includes-----1. The World View in Five Minutes with Adam McManus -California Churches Oppose Mandatory Abortion Funding, Record-Breaking Hurricane, John Boehner establishes Planned Parenthood Investigation Committee-----2. Generations with Kevin Swanson

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10261503272.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 16.3 MB)

10/22/15 Peter Van Buren

Oct 23rd 2015, 00:02, by Scott

Peter Van Buren, a tomdispatch.com regular and author of We Meant Well: How I Helped Lose the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Iraqi People, discusses why presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is right about the 2003 Iraq War being one of the worst foreign policy blunders in American history.

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15_10_22_vanburen.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 14.5 MB)

The Briefing 10-26-15

Oct 26th 2015, 09:00, by R. Albert Mohler, Jr., Albert Mohler

1) Family Synod inconclusive, reflecting confusion of Bible's authority in Roman Catholicism

2) Candidates drop from Democrat candidate race, reveal increasing extremism of party

3) Reporting on recent events in Jerusalem reveal decrease of support for Israel in the West

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20151026_TheBriefing.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 21.1 MB)

The Generation Wars

Oct 26th 2015, 10:00, by John Stonestreet

Your employees aren't your property, and neither is your boss. For the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, I'm John Stonestreet with The Point. Listen Now


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TPT510262015.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 0.7 MB)

God Discussion in the New York Times Part 1

Oct 26th 2015, 01:45, by webmaster@reasonablefaith.org, William Lane Craig

Conversation with William Lane Craig

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RF_Podcast_God_Discussion_in_the_New_York_Times_Part1_2015.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 28.7 MB)

Deace Show Podcast 10-26-15

Oct 26th 2015, 20:08, by Steve Deace

New Iowa polls show Trump slipping and Carson picking up steam. Jeb Bush "has lots of cool things" he could do besides run for president...and we suggest he do them. The real victims of progressive policies-- the middle class.

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12081201.mp3 (audio/mpeg, 44.9 MB)