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Guests: Hal Snarr

Neo-Mercantilism

October 26, 2021


Brendan Cournane, leads off discussing human reaction to other’s misfortune before talking tax policy and more. Joel Elconin of Benzinga talks college football. Chief and Matty Weber continue the college football discussion before talking vaccine mandates. Hal Snarr of Westminster College calls in for hour two to talk inflation, ‘neo-mercantilism, and much more.

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Malfeasant Thinkers

August 17, 2021


Chicago attorney, Brendan Cournane, leads off talking Federal Reserve policy. Joel Elconin of Benzinga previews earnings season (register HERE for Joel’s upcoming ‘Introduction to Professional Trading’ virtual event on Saturday, August 21st). Kenny Polcari, Managing Principal at ButcherJoseph Asset Management, LLC and a contributor to CNBC, discusses the troubling situation in Afghanistan. Hal Snarr of Westminster College calls in for hour two to talk inflation, modern fascism, and much more.

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Tom Gets One on the Professor

April 22, 2021


Lou Michels joins the show in the first hour and discusses mountain lions with Tom. The conversation shifts to the recent trial, where Lou and Tom discuss the trial of killer cop Derek Chauvin. Professor Hal Snarr tunes in for the second hour. A conversation about many things, including money supply, ensues.

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Intended Consequences

August 21, 2020


Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one talking technology companies, distribution strategy and a lack of competition. The ‘Snarky Professor’, Hal Snarr of Westminster College, calls in for hour two talking Federal Reserve policy, tax code loopholes and much more.

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Censorship Of Idea/ Effort Filter

June 12, 2020


Kevin O’Neill calls in for hour one to discuss current perspectives of economic, political and social situation, media’s cathartic impact on public opinion and it’s outcomes, misuse of data and more. Professor Hal Snarr joins the show to express his thoughts on ongoing economic and social changes, harmful correlation between media and politics, disinformation and much more.

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