Harding Family 2013

College by 12 | Exiled from Russia | Greece’s Not-So-Golden Dawn | New Zealand’s Housing Crisis

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Guests:
Mona Lisa Harding (3:07), Natalia Suvorova (21:21), Basil Venitis (46:41), Don Brash (1:01:03).

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How to Avoid Bank Fees With Bitcoin

Get Started with the Alternative Currency and Free Yourself From Costly Transaction Fees

If there is a clear and present danger to the status quo banking system, it exists in the form of digital crypto-currencies like Bitcoin.

Unlike today’s national fiat currencies, Bitcoin is a decentralized, digital currency coded with the latest cryptographic protections and powered exclusively by a peer-to-peer network.

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Socratic Embarrassment | Dissolution of Yugoslavia | Facebook “Terrorist Threat” | Rich States, Poor States

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Guests: Jan Helfeld (4:15), Jadranko Brkic (21:15), Evan Greer (54:53), Jonathan Williams (1:03:08).

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The Upside of Austerity | English-Teaching Update | Generation-Cry or Not? | The Truth About Dubai

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Guests: Kevin Williamson (2:59), Bruce Jones (21:11), Brad Hines (42:53), Silvana Rees (1:02:30).

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The Phony “Fairness” of the Internet Sales Tax

Unraveling Mary Landrieu and the Online Sales Tax Proponents

For a few years now, legislators in the United States have been worrying themselves over the fact that some people have been able to avoid paying sales taxes to them. The internet and competition between jurisdictions have enabled that, and the more the merrier, I say. Constituents already suffer from onerous taxation, and paths for them to get out from underneath the burden should be welcomed not condemned.

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