Welcome back to the “Wealth, Actually” podcast and Happy New Year! As we start 2020, Haven (“The Pundificator”) and I are taking on “Impeachment”. With Nancy Pelosi’s withholding of the
In a new regular feature on the “Wealth, Actually” Podcast, Haven Pell and I will take on a topic. (For our first one, we discuss the concept of “College” in modern American Society) With some fun
First, this is the first podcast with some formatting changes (including making it easier to subscribe via iTunes and Google Play) and the addition of music . . . let me know what you think of it . . . now back to the podcast.
After months of noise, pearl clutching and teeth-gnashing, the midterms are over and the political course of the next two years is largely in place. What are my quick takeaways from 11/6? Donald Trump will be spending a lot
MY TIME IN JAIL Fancy careers force people to build walls. These walls protect lucrative franchises and social constructs. These walls also hide the world from careerists like me. Upon writing “WEALTH, ACTUALLY”, I have
“MUNICIPAL BONDS: THE ORIGINAL IMPACT INVESTMENT?” For this first WA episode, I spoke with Matt Posner the Director of the Impact Coalition. We attack a bunch of topics centered around the emergence of the municipal
Today we were able to speak with Leslie Danks Burke. She is a public advocate and the Founder and President of TRAILBLAZERS PAC : a political action committee dedicated to finding and supporting candidates for local
Podcast #21 features a fascinating conversation with Bart Stephens on the emergence of Bitcoin and blockchain. Bart is the Co-founder and Managing Partner of BLOCKCHAIN CAPITAL, the first VC firm to raise a venture fund through
(This appeared in Rick Lazio’s Ignite Blog back in July of 2011 . . . I reread it and liked it, so I thought I would repost it.) MATHLESSNESS – AMERICA’S FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEM by Frazer Rice. Modern Americans are
It was a treat to talk to my friend, Robert A. George, about the political landscape washing over New York, Washington, and the rest of the country. We cover Donald Trump and his initial stumbles, the departure of Preet
I was thrilled to speak with election lawyer, Bryan Sells a week or so ahead of the big confrontation between Trump and Clinton. We talked about the process and importance of voting and the issues with the current election and
Podcast #10 was a fun and intense conversation with Foreign Policy and International Relations Expert, Andrew Peek. Andrew is the Director of the Washington Program at Claremont McKenna and an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine.