The Libertarian Podcast: Equal Pay, Discrimination, and Free Markets — Troy Senik

 

Our topic on this week’s installment of the Hoover Institution’s Libertarian podcast is wage discrimination and Professor Epstein is ready for battle.

He explains how free markets destroy the ability for systemic discrimination, why certain media memes persist despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, and why President Obama’s pay equity executive order — slight though it might be — has the potential to yield destructive consequences.

The direct link to download the podcast is here

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  1. user_240173 Contributor
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    @FrankSoto

    Geez Troy take a day off once in a while.

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  2. Henken Inactive
    Henken
    @Henken

    Does anyone know how to subscribe to the Libertarian podcast?  I see I can access each episode serially by the web, but don’t see how to download them (automatically?) to my i-device like I do other podcasts.

    Thanks for any help.

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  3. Blue Yeti Admin
    Blue Yeti
    @BlueYeti

    Henken:

    Does anyone know how to subscribe to the Libertarian podcast? I see I can access each episode serially by the web, but don’t see how to download them (automatically?) to my i-device like I do other podcasts.

    Thanks for any help.

     You can subscribe to this podcast on iTunes here

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  4. Henken Inactive
    Henken
    @Henken

    Thank you, oh azul Sasquatch!

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  5. Yeah...ok. Inactive
    Yeah...ok.
    @Yeahok

    Beneath Richards chin it reads: “cookie policy”.
    Edit – more fool me. I thought at first it was careless cropping. There are more little widgets these days and the fine print gets smaller and smaller and my eyes get weaker and weaker.

    I do enjoy these podcasts.

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