The Rundown - Weds 10/11/17: Nobel econ; Lima Marin; Trump v Corker

At 6:36, we'll talk with economist Don Boudreaux about the good, the bad and the ugly of the work of new Nobel laureate in economics, Richard Thaler:

Here's Thaler saying why he believes certain kinds of "nudges" are better than laws, but as the reporter implies where do you draw the line between a "nanny state" and freedom (even after moving away from laws.)


I don't use pot...never have...but a change in our law regarding marijuana-based "edibles" is interesting, and even as a libertarian there's an aspect of it that I understand in the context of the fact that pot remains, unjustifiably, illegal at the federal level.

Animal-shaped marijuana-infused products banned as of Oct 1.


President Donald Trump may be satisfying his own ego, but this is NOT good for him, the country, or the GOP:

And then this...proving yet again that this president’s ego is more fragile than a hummingbird egg

On the other hand, I am looking forward to hearing him promote tax reform when talking to an audience containing a lot of truck drivers in western Pennsylvania today. If he can sell supply-side economics to the "working class" he'll be doing the entire nation a big favor. 


I know that some listeners aren't happy with this story, but given the totality of the situation at this point I believe this is justice:


Harvey Weinstein now appears to be closer to the Bill Cosby category than the Bill O'Reilly category:

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