Nepal, Poverty, Inequality – and the Free Markets that can help

Help the victims of the Nepal earthquake. Donate to reputable charities, use the guide at Charity Navigator for some pointers  Natural disasters hurt the poor FAR more than they hurt the wealthy. It’s times like this that remind me WHY I’m motivated to help people understand and pursue the benefits of free markets.

After discussing Nepal – and being grateful for new global power India for stepping up so brilliantly, we discuss more philosophical issues – public versus private accomodation, media malfeasance, income inequality.

And how will we ever get past the mistaken belief that conservatives don’t care about poor people?

It’s all in the podcast

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Should GoFundMe and Christian Bakers Be Treated the Same? We Ask (Daily Signal) –

Ryan’s Article – For the Poor –

Cato Podcast on –

Income Inequality Is Not the Real Problem –

The Corruption of City Paper (Baltimore) –

Salon Inciting Riots For Clicks – Reddit –

Baltimore Mayor’s ‘Space to Destroy’ –

Mike Rowe on HELPERS –

Crowder Asks Muslim Bakeries to Bake Gay Wedding Cake –

Sweet Cakes Faces $135,000 Fine –

Gay Pride T-shirt Case –

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