“AFD 66 – Mandela”
I reflect on Nelson Mandela’s legacy. Guest Neal Carter talks about Millennials of Color. Then, I defend the minimum wage and unemployment insurance, and I pitch “Pelosi for President.”
– AFD: Republican confusion on Mandela
– AFD: In defense of the minimum wage
– The Atlantic: Rand Paul Couldn’t Be More Wrong About Unemployment Insurance
Unfortunately, I was sick for a few days, so there is no new episode of Arsenal for Democracy this week. We expect to return next week. Lots more written content to come between now and then.
“AFD 64 – The Role of Finance”
Posted: Tues, 19 November 2013
Bill asks what role the financial services sector should have in the U.S. economy. Sarah talks with Bill about Oklahoma’s abortion restrictions which the Supreme Court blocked. Then Bill assesses the UN Congo mission.
I wrote this item in The Globalist after recording the finance segment, to expand upon a point I briefly passed over in the show.
“AFD 62 – Role of Government”
Posted: Wed, 06 November 2013
Sasha discusses the Kentucky Health Insurance Exchange. Then Bill assesses the progress of implementing the rest of the exchange and discusses the role of government in 21st century America.
– (shameless plug!) http://billhumphreyresearch.com/book/