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Restorations Episode 3: This Movement Is Restoring Seattle

Andrea Suarez, the founder of outreach organization We Heart Seattle, joins me on this episode to talk about the power of volunteerism to restore city spaces and get people off the streets. We discuss protecting parks and green spaces, what's going wrong in Olympia, WA, and the failures of low-barrier supportive housing. Read More ›
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George Gilder | Life After Capitalism on the Eric Metaxas Radio Show

Eric Metaxas interviews polymathic genius George Gilder. Gilder is an American investor, author, economist, and co-founder of the Discovery Institute. In this interview we discuss many things including his latest book: Life After Capitalism: The Meaning of Wealth, the Future of the Economy, and the Time Theory of Money.

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Jonathan Choe Discusses Seattle’s Drug Crisis with Jesse Watters

Students at Summit Sierra High School in Seattle are surrounded by a gauntlet of drug dealers, addicts, an open air black market, and dangerous homeless encampments. Yet state, county, and city leaders are allowing this to flourish with no timeline on solutions. Parents are livid, teachers aren't sure what to do, and some say this culture is now being normalized. This is a public safety failure. Read More ›
Marian Tupy PragerU

Superabundance on PragerU

There are now eight billion people living on the planet. Is there enough room for all of us? Are we going to run out of food and other resources? Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Gale Pooley's co-author Marian Tupy, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, discusses their new book Superabundance and examines whether or not these fears are valid. His answer may surprise you. Read More ›