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Cato Daily Podcast

The Cato Daily Podcast allows Cato Institute scholars and other commenters to discuss relevant news and libertarian thought in a conversational, informal manner. Hosted by Caleb O. Brown. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Recent Episodes of Cato Daily Podcast


A Guide to Content Moderation for Policymakers

A Guide to Content Moderation for Policymakers

Humility is a good starting point for lawmakers seeing to understand content moderation. David Inserra offers a helpful guide to policymakers.


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Episode 21 May 2024 13m and 38s


J.S. Mill, On Liberty, and How Liberals Think

J.S. Mill, On Liberty, and How Liberals Think

Paul Meany of Libertarianism.org walks us through the importance of John Stuart Mill through his powerful treatise On Liberty.


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Episode 20 May 2024 13m and 10s


Congress Should Make No Law Setting Speech Rules for Universities

Congress Should Make No Law Setting Speech Rules for Universities

In the wake of protests at many universities over the Israeli war in Gaza, what's the role for Congress to regulate? Unsurprisingly, it's not much. Cato's Neal McCluskey and Nico Perrino of FIRE comment.


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Episode 18 May 2024 15m and 25s


Confront Errors in "Pandemic Inflation"

Confront Errors in "Pandemic Inflation"

In David Beckworth's essay in The War on Prices, he explains what must be true for narratives of a pandemic-driven inflation to be true.


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Episode 17 May 2024 14m and 29s


The Wage Gap and The War on Prices

The Wage Gap and The War on Prices

The US wage gap between men and women consistently drives calls for deep federal intervention into the labor market in the name of preventing discrimination. Analyzing that gap more critically reveals far less clarity about its causes and potential solutions. Vanessa Brown Calder explains in her essay in the new book, The War on Prices.


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Episode 16 May 2024 14m and 15s


Rent Control: Another Bad Idea That Never Dies

Rent Control: Another Bad Idea That Never Dies

Rent control doesn't make housing more affordable. It makes affordable housing less available. Jeff Miron explains in his essay in the new book, The War on Prices.


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Episode 15 May 2024 8m and 56s


The Pink Tax and The War on Prices

The Pink Tax and The War on Prices

Are the prices men and women pay for similar products evidence of discrimination that calls for a heavy-handed government response? Ryan Bourne is editor of the new Cato book, The War on Prices.


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Episode 14 May 2024 11m and 50s


The Punishing Effects of Credit Card Interest Caps

The Punishing Effects of Credit Card Interest Caps

For the marginally creditworthy, mandatory interest rate caps on credit cards would end access to a convenient form of credit. Nick Anthony discusses his essay in Cato's new book, The War on Prices.


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Episode 13 May 2024 9m and 43s


What Should We Learn from New Data on Price Gouging Laws?

What Should We Learn from New Data on Price Gouging Laws?

It's not exactly a silver lining, but data from the pandemic has some lessons in it about the effectiveness of price gouging laws. Gavin Roberts, an economist at Weber State University, discusses his findings.


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Episode 10 May 2024 14m and 41s


Will AI Power a Better Future for Local Journalism?

Will AI Power a Better Future for Local Journalism?

As smaller local newspapers continue to shrink, what's the potential for AI to help deliver local news to happy customers? Paul Matzko makes his hopeful case to foster a better-informed public.


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Episode 9 May 2024 7m and 40s

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