Cato Audio Issues

December 2015

Featuring:

• Daniel J. Mitchell and Nicole Kaeding discuss the tax proposals of the 2016 Presidential candidates
• Malou Innocent on new book, Perilous Partners
• Tim Wilson on why and how land titles matter to indigenous people
• Shawn Donnan on the prospects of the TTIP
• Bruce Schneier on how metadata allows the government to participate in ubiquitous spying
Cato Audio Issues

November 2015

Featuring:

• Thaya Knight and David Burton discuss the fiduciary rule
• Steven G. Calabresi discusses Liberty and Originalism in Constitutional Law
• Gov. Bill Richardson on the importance of expanding the H-1B visa program
• John Garvey on capitalism through the eyes of Pope Francis
• Amir A. Nasr on how the internet freed him from Islamist fundamentalism
• Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) discuss reforming the Federal Reserve’s rescue authority
Cato Audio Issues

October 2015

Featuring:

• Christopher Preble and Doug Bandow discuss the pitfalls of subsidizing our Nato allies
• Bartley Danielsen on how school voucher programs reduce inequality and economic segregation
• Randy Barnett on the Declaration of Independence and natural rights
• Johan Norberg on how India’s economic liberalization is leading to social change
• Jeff Miron on the case for consequentialism
• Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) on the one‐​year anniversary of the unauthorized war against ISIS
Cato Audio Issues

September 2015

Featuring:

• Ilya Shapiro amd Trevor Burrus on the Supreme Court’s most recent term, part 2
• John C. Goodman on his new book, A Better Choice: Healthcare Solutions for America
• Ted Galen Carpenter on why it’s futile to ban “designer drugs”
• Kevin Dowd on the dangers of stress tests
• Charles C. W. Cooke on his new book, The Conservatarian Manifesto
• John Tierney on how science explains human freedom
Cato Audio Issues

August 2015

Featuring:

• Walter Olson and Trevor Burrus on the Supreme Court’s most recent term, part 1
• Scott Bullock on the Kelo case ten years later
• A. Trevor Thrall and Erik Goepner on Millennials and foreign policy
• Michael Tanner on his new book, Going for Broke
• Paul Mahoney on why securities regulation fails
Cato Audio Issues

July 2015

Featuring:

• Julian Sanchez and Patrick Eddington discuss recent developments in surveillance reform
• J. Christopher Giancarlo on the importance of capital markets
• Roger Pilon on the Magna Carta’s impact in the United States
• Jim Antle on the push for a more libertarian foreign policy
• Michael Tanner on the lessons from Baltimore
• Jeff Rowes on removing barriers to telemedicine
Cato Audio Issues

June 2015

Featuring:

• Tim Lynch and Adam Bates discuss systemic police misconduct
• John Tierney on rediscovering the greatest human strength
• Emma Ashford on the U.S. “strategy” in Syria
• Brink Lindsey on reversing the growth slowdown
• Naureen Shah on the FBI’s illusion of justice
• Johan Norberg on his documentary, Power to the People
Cato Audio Issues

May 2015

Featuring:

• Caleb Brown in discussion with Cato’s new President and CEO, Peter Goettler
• John McWhorter on drugs and poverty
• Robert Woodson on welfare alternatives
• Chris Preble on the Pentagon budget
• Doug Bandow on the future of NATO
• Flemming Rose on The Tyranny of Silence
Cato Audio Issues

April 2015

Featuring:

• Jim Harper and Alex Nowrasteh discuss E‐​Verify
• Charles Murray on his forthcoming book, By the People
• Jay Cost on the violence of factions
• Dick Komer on the history of Blaine Amendments
• Mark Calabria on the state of the economy
• Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on the libertarian moment.
Cato Audio Issues

March 2015

Featuring:

• David Boaz and Tom Palmer on Boaz’s new book, The Libertarian Mind
• Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) on a new era in U.S.-Cuba relations
• Tucker Carlson on America’s political landscape
• Julian Sanchez on the surveillance state of the union
• Ilya Shapiro on Religious Liberties for Corporations?
Cato Audio Issues

February 2015

Featuring:

• Julian Sanchez and Patrick Eddington on NSA surveillance
• James Buckley on reviving federalism
• Eric O’Keefe on political speech raids
• Brian Aitken on The Blue Tent Sky
• James Grant on The Forgotten Depression
Cato Audio Issues

January 2015

Featuring:

• David Boaz and John Maniscalco on what to expect from the new Congress
• Flemming Rose in coversation with Johnathan Rauch on The Tyranny of Silence
• Gene Healy on the permanent national security state
• Kevin Dowd on why Bitcoin will bite the dust
• Damon Root on the war for the Supreme Court control
• Steven Pinker on the persistence of pessimism