Cato Audio Issues

December 2018

Featuring:

• Jeffrey M. Lacker on the history of the Federal Reserve and Peter Ireland discusses the Fed’s response to the financial crisis
• Scott Hechinger on coercive plea bargaining
• Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt on The Coddling of the American Mind
• Clark Neily on libertarians and criminal justice reform
• Jeffrey Miron on the failures of drug prohibition
Cato Audio Issues

November 2018

Featuring:

• Chris Edwards on the 2018 Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors
• Hester Peirce on managing risk as an S.E.C. Commissioner
• George Will on political philosophy and the Constitution
• Johan Norberg on his documentary Sweden: Lessons for America?
• Liz Truss, MP on the case for free markets in the U.K.
Cato Audio Issues

October 2018

Featuring:

• Diego Zuluaga and Brian Knight on cryptocurrency regulation
• P.J. O’Rourke on the history of money
• Will Ruger and Jason Sorens on Freedom in the 50 States
• Michael Munger on Tomorrow 3.0
• Jason Kuznicki on expert predictions
Cato Audio Issues

September 2018

Featuring:

• Ilya Shapiro and Trevor Burrus on Cato Supreme Court Review
• Judge Joseph R. Goodwin on coercive plea bargaining
• Bradley Smith on the right to privacy in politics
• Jason Kuznicki on the fallibility of predictions
• Brian Knight on regulating cryptocurrencies
Cato Audio Issues

August 2018

Featuring:

• Trevor Burrus and Terence Kealey on government regulation of psychedelic drug therapy
• Jeffrey Rosen on why William Taft was our “most judicial president”
• Ajit Pai and Kat Murti discuss “net neutrality”
• Will Ruger on millennials and foreign policy
• George Hawley on social media, the alt‐​right, and free speech
Cato Audio Issues

July 2018

Featuring:

• Charles Silver and David Hyman on why Americans pay too much for health care
• Gene Healy on repealing the president’s overbroad war‐​making powers
• Aaron Rhodes discusses the debasement of the concept of “human rights”
• George Selgin interviews Julie Hill and John Hudak on marijuana and banking regulations
• Christopher J. Fettweis on his book Psychology of a Superpower
Cato Audio Issues

June 2018

Featuring:

• Romina Boccia and Ryan Bourne discuss the deficit
• Jacob Mchangama on Europe’s dangerous attacks on free speech
• Christina Sandefur on overturning the FDA’s gag rule
• John D. Merrifield on what school choice should look like
• David C. Hendrickson on his new book Republic in Peril
Cato Audio Issues

May 2018

Featuring:

• John Mueller and A. Trevor Thrall discuss public opinion and counterterrorism policy
• Steven Pinker on the ideals of the Enlightenment
• Nadine Strossen on why we shouldn’t censor “hate speech”
• Steve Coll on his book Directorate S: The CIA and America’s Secret Wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan
• Lawyer Victor M. Glasberg on how qualified immunity affects his clients
• Thomas W. Hazlett on the regulatory history of the radio spectrum
Cato Audio Issues

April 2018

Featuring:

• Dan Ikenson and Simon Lester discuss Trump’s new tariffs
• Timothy Sandefur on the libertarian legacy of Frederick Douglass
• Lenore Skenazy on the failings of the sex offender registry
• Wen Fa discusses Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky
• George Will on the dangers of protectionism
Cato Audio Issues

March 2018

Featuring:

• Ryan Bourne and Chris Edwards on the new tax reforms
• Clint Bolick on the role of the judiciary in protecting liberty
• Bryan Caplan argues that modern education is more about “signaling” competence than about learning
• Aaron Ross Powell and Trevor Burrus interview Tom W. Bell on his new book Your Next Government?: From the Nation State to Stateless Nations
• Trevor Thrall, Hans Kristensen, and Emma Ashford discuss the Trump administration’s Nuclear Posture Review
Cato Audio Issues

February 2018

Featuring:

• Gene Healy and John Samples discuss Trump and executive power
• Ruth Marcus interviews Emily Yoffe on due process and campus sexual assault
• Peter Suderman on the lingering cultural effects of Prohibition
• Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) on how to curb wasteful spending
• Sarah St. Vincent on the dangers of parallel construction
Cato Audio Issues

January 2018

Featuring:

• Brent Skorup and Julian Sanchez on net neutrality
• Ajit Pai on how licensing and regulation hamper innovation
• Alvaro Vargas Llosa and Mario Vargas Llosa on the characteristics of populism
• Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) on why the government should liberate telemedicine
• Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY) on reforming monetary policy
• Howard Root on malicious prosecution in America