The “Consider This” Podcast, Episode 100: Listener Feedback, and Mark Twain on Economics
It’s milestone time! Episode 100 of the Consider This Podcast has been released; conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. (OK, but since this is a special occasion, that time limit has gone out the window.)
Well, I made it all the way to episode 100! If you’ve been listening, thanks so much. If you haven’t, might as well start now.
I start out the show with greetings and feedback from listeners. Yes, there are people out there actually listening to this, and I appreciate it very much.
Then we take a trip back to Camelot, as Mark Twain’s character did in “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court”. In that book, there is a short chapter about … economics. No, really. And it’s trying to teach a lesson that, over a hundred years later, we’re still having to relearn.
Let me know your thoughts on these or other subjects. Click on the link for the show notes and ways to send your feedback, including calling 267-CALL-CT-0 (267-225-5280) or emailing email@example.com. Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry, or Player.fm.
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