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3 Reasons Why the New Financial Regs Won't Fix Anything
The financial reform bill currently working its way toward President Barack Obama's desk for signing is being touted as the biggest overhaul of the banking and investment sectors since the Great Depression. But the new regs won't be any more effective than the ones they replace in fixing anything or preventing the next major panic for at least three reasons.
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Pension Tsunami's Jack Dean on the Growing Wave of Public Pension Debt
At his website PensionTsunami, Jack Dean and his staff chronicle the ever-growing wave of public pension debt. "The whole idea of the pension was to provide public servants with a decent retirement," says Dean.  "It wasn't to make them wealthy, to allow them to retire younger and with more money and be able to go off and play golf while the rest of us supported them."Reason.tv's Ted Balaker spoke w...
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Steven Brams on the Electoral College
Steven Brams, professor of Politics at New York University, talks about the Electoral College.
Running time: 185 seconds
Vali Nasr on Democracy in the Middle East
Vali Nasr, professor of International Politics at Tufts University, talks about whether democracy is the answer for the Middle East.
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Vali Nasr on Religion In Politics
Vali Nasr, professor of International Politics at Tufts University, talks about the place of religion in politics.
Running time: 215 seconds
The Prospect of a US Iran War
Vali Nasr, professor of International Politics at Tufts University, talks about how many countries, in addition to the US, agree that a nuclear Iran is not an acceptable option.
Running time: 162 seconds
Vali Nasr on U.S. Iran Relations
Vali Nasr, professor of International Politics at Tufts University, discusses whether the U.S. should talk to Iran.
Running time: 155 seconds
C-SPAN Founder and CEO Brian Lamb Interview
In 2003 Reason named C-SPAN Founder and CEO Brian Lamb one of our 35 Heroes of Freedom for “turning a surveillance camera on the den of iniquity known as the U.S. House of Representatives.” Lamb sat down with Reason.tv editor Nick Gillespie for a wide-ranging and distinctively non-stoned faced discussion about the network and his views on politics.
Running time: 2245 seconds
Bruce Yandle Talks About the Bootlegger and Baptist Coalitions
While serving as the Executive Director of the Federal Trade Commission during the Reagan years, Bruce Yandle developed a theoretical framework he called "Bootleggers and Baptists" to help make sense of regulatory dynamics. As the old story goes, when Baptists lobby for dry Sundays, it's the bootleggers who benefit. Yandle's insight was to point out that "bootlegger and Baptist" coalitions are surprisingly common in US politics.
Running time: 435 seconds
Louisiana Commissioner of Administration Angele Davis on Streamlining Government
Angele Davis was a guest at Reason Weekend in New Orleans where she sat down with Reason's Len Gilroy to talk about her efforts to streamline the Louisiana state government. "We are focused on creative and sustainable solutions that will basically look for opportunities to realign our government’s size" says Davis, Commissioner of Administration for the state of Louisiana.Davis is also the chief financial advisor to Governor Bobby Jindal.
Running time: 1692 seconds
C-SPAN Founder and CEO Brian Lamb Interview
In 2003 Reason named C-SPAN Founder and CEO Brian Lamb one of our 35 Heroes of Freedom for turning a surveillance camera on the den of iniquity known as the U.S. House of Representatives.
Running time: 344 seconds
The Best Strategy for Dealing With Al Qaeda
Terrorism Specialist Paul Cruickshank of the NYU Center on Law and Security, talks about how American policy can be more effective under the next administration.
Running time: 282 seconds
Why a Stimulus Won't Help the Employment
Richard Shelby, senator of Alabama, talks about that a flat tax would transform us into a nation of savers, not spenders.
Running time: 136 seconds
The Comeback of the Republican Party
Richard Shelby, senator of Alabama, talks about how the recent Massachusetts victory is just the beginning.
Running time: 95 seconds
The Success of the Post Partisanship
Author Rick Perlstein talks about how Obama has reignited his promise to put aside petty politics and work with adversaries to forge a common ground on health care. Rick Perlstein discusses whether such a promise is tenable, amid the culture wars and hype
Running time: 359 seconds
The Tension Between Fiscal and Social Conservatives
Author Rick Perlstein talks about how the business and evangelical wings of the party may want nothing to do with each other. He talks about how they can act in coalition, because they must.
Running time: 565 seconds
What It Takes to Lead Conservatism
Author Rick Perlstein talks about the position of the conservatism in America.
Running time: 300 seconds
Rick Perlstein on the Libertarianism
Author Rick Perlstein talks about his theory on the real-world meanings of libertarianism and explains why a powerful Libertarian Party is not a threat.
Running time: 179 seconds
The European Energy Policy
Robert Bryce, author of Gusher of Lies, discusses the fallacy of fuel taxes.
Running time: 70 seconds
The Consequences of a War With Iran for Its Oil
Robert Bryce, author of Gusher of Lies, talks about that if we thought Iraq was bad, invading Iran would lead to an even worse disaster.
Running time: 70 seconds
The State of US Mexico Relations
Jorge Castaneda, professor of Politics at New York University, talks about current U.S. - Mexico relations. Castaneda comments on the U.S. - Mexico border fence, which carries a “terrible” symbolic message, but virtually no practical impact.
Running time: 170 seconds
The Need for a US Government Change
Julia Bolz, women's rights activist, talks about the problems she has with the Bush administration and the need for change.
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Katrina Vanden Heuvel On the Bush Administration
Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, positions the Bush legacy in history and speculates about legal repercussions.
Running time: 158 seconds
Drew Carey Discusses Ways to Save Cleveland
Reason Saves Cleveland with Drew Carey, a Reason.tv original documentary series that proposes viable solutions to some of Cleveland's biggest problems, premiered in March 2010. The result is this meeting with Cleveland city council.
Running time: 595 seconds
The Role of Vice Presidency
Learn about the history of the vice president. Also learn about the role of the vice presidency in the United States of America.
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