Ep. 26: The US Tax Code with Economist Daniel LaCalle

In this episode Economist Daniel LaCalle and I analyze the new tax code in the United States. We discuss how simplifying the tax code will actually help bring capital back into the United States. The conversation includes repatriation, the state and local tax deduction, the interest deduction cap, and more. Be sure to tune in and check out our previous discussion on Bitcoin. … More Ep. 26: The US Tax Code with Economist Daniel LaCalle

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Ep. 25: The Rise of Bitcoin with Daniel LaCalle

In this episode Economist Daniel LaCalle and I discuss bitcoin, its rise and fall, and what its future holds. He describes how we can expect cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin, to compete with traditional fiat currencies. In the process we learn some precautions investors should take before investing in the volatile currency. Be sure to tune in. … More Ep. 25: The Rise of Bitcoin with Daniel LaCalle

Ep. 24: How to Make Tax Legislation with Arpit Chaturvedi

In this episode Arpit Chaturvedi explains the process behind drafting, researching, and passing a piece of tax legislation. We discuss the research that goes into deciding the proper rates at which to tax individuals and corporations. Additionally, we learn a few ways to ensure informational and economic equity in tax legislation. Arpit describes some alternative tax solutions in the United States, such as a value-added tax. Finally, he discusses the Cornell Policy Review’s plans for 2018. … More Ep. 24: How to Make Tax Legislation with Arpit Chaturvedi

Ep. 23: New Laws in California and Britain’s Holiday Health Crisis

In this 18-minute episode, I analyze three new California laws in-depth. The laws have to do with hiring, paid maternity leave, and gun ammunition restrictions. Additionally, I take a look at the British National Health Service crisis: More than 50,000 non-critical operations have been cancelled. … More Ep. 23: New Laws in California and Britain’s Holiday Health Crisis

Ep. 22: An In-Depth History of Net Neutrality

In this episode, I go in-depth on the history of net neutrality and the FCC beginning in 2002 and ending with the 2017 decision to repeal net neutrality. We discuss the different ways broadband providers and internet service providers have been classified under the Communications Act of 1934 as well as how courts have ruled on net neutrality in recent years.  … More Ep. 22: An In-Depth History of Net Neutrality