Live tonight at 9 pm EST, 6 pm PST, I'll be on with Jay Ackroyd in a Virtually Speaking interview:
Jay Ackroyd talks with Gaius Publius, contributing editor at AMERICAblog.com, about the recent Jeffrey Sachs Financial Times column in which Sachs plays the "both sides' economists do it" card.While the show is live, you can call in to speak with the host: (646) 200-3440.
The column exposes the neoliberal ("centrist" / elite) view of what must drive public policy — the need to abandon the New Deal for good.
Jay and Gaius also discuss Gaius' recent column on "rent-seeking" economies — what they are; why ours is killing us.
The Jeffrey Sachs column is classic NeoLib fog, but has gotten some attention. We'll debunk, and also discuss rent-seeking (bankster-loving) economies. Please tune in if you're so inclined.
The listen-live site is also the archive site for the interview.
Virtually Speaking is available via iTunes podcast, and strongly recommended. It's an excellent download.
To follow or send links: @Gaius_Publius