Consumer Choice Radio EP112: Slava Ukraini

Russia’s aggression in Ukraine. And that’s about it. Broadcast on Consumer Choice Radio on February 26, 2022. Syndicated on Sauga 960AM and Big Talker Network. Website: https://consumerchoiceradio.com ***PODCAST***  Podcast Index: https://bit.ly/3EJSIs3 Apple: http://apple.co/2G7avA8  Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3iXIKIS RSS: https://omny.fm/shows/consumerchoiceradio/playlists/podcast.rss Our podcast is now Podcasting 2.0 compliant! Listen to the show using a #Bitcoin lightning wallet-enabled podcasting app (Breeze, Fountain, etc.) to […]

Yaël Ossowski on Wilmington Talk Radio WFBT 106.7FM: Sen. Warren on crypto, Nicki Minaj vax

Broadcast on September 17, 2021 on WFBT Big Talker 106.7FM, Consumer Choice Center Deputy Director Yaël Ossowski filling in for morning show host Joe Catenacci. 0:00 — Joe Catenacci Trailer 0:55 — Yaël Intro 02:14 — Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to mess up everything related to cryptocurrency (#taxtherich?) 06:30 — Financial protection or financial freedom? […]

Consumer Choice Center EP71: One Dose Summer

-The Zombie Apocalypse Gas Shortage -US vs. Canada pipelines -Not talking about Israel-Palestine -Cable News is bad for your brain -Two movies, one screen -Fauci Vs. Rand Paul -Lab Leak Thesis -Origin of Covid — Following the Clues https://nicholaswade.medium.com/origin-of-covid-following-the-clues-6f03564c038 https://lessonsfromthecrisis.substack.com/ -Mark Zuckerberg’s goats and Bitcoin -Canada’s C-10 bill -Content Quota Regulations Harm the Consumer -One […]

Consumer Choice Radio EP68: Budget Bonanza (w/ Franco Terrazzano)

-The Derek Chauvin trial and aftermath -Are consumers getting the short stick on data and consumer privacy? -Make it closing time for Ontario’s beer monopoly and the Beer Store https://financialpost.com/opinion/david-clement-make-it-closing-time-for-ontarios-beer-monopoly INTERVIEW: Franco Terrazzano (@franco_nomics) -The crushing federal budget, its deficits, and its cost on future Canadians https://financialpost.com/opinion/opinion-federal-budget-spend-spend-more-then-spend-more-than-that -The COVID lockdown bust -Nationalization of finances and […]

Consumer Choice Radio EP67: TECHLASH (w/ Jennifer Huddleston)

-CNN covers Canada’s vaccine failures, and it shakes up the country -The new anti-tech populists INTERVIEW: Jennifer Huddleston (@jrhuddles) -Do we need a federal privacy law? -There are innovative practices used by private companies. We should celebrate them. -Why GDPR is so problematic -The “Techlash” and the bad policy ideas from both left and right […]

Consumer Choice Radio EP66: Minimum Corporate Tax, Maximum Consumer Pain

-Janet Yellen wants a global minimum corporate tax. How does it impact consumers and firms? -Trillions in infrastructure spending -The Case For Ireland -Georgia election rules changes and MLB boycotts -What about the Olympics and China? -Charles Barkley, and what happens when sports and politics mix -Consumer Corner: Cable cutters and sports -Mexican campaign on […]

Consumer Choice Radio EP65: Need for FDA Reform, Vaccine Reciprocity, and Practical Health Tips (w/ Dr. Henry Miller)

-Freeing the Ever Given ship in the Suez! -New York State legalizes cannabis -Should consumers care about unionization at Amazon? INTERVIEW with physician and molecular biologist Dr. Henry Miller (@henryimiller) -Where the FDA has gone wrong  -The need for FDA reform when it comes to vaping products, drug approvals, regulatory decisions, and bureaucracy -Could we […]

Consumer Choice Radio EP64: Suing the Governor on Lockdown Restrictions (w/ Goodwood Brewing CEO Ted Mitzlaff)

-European Railway Station Index is out! -North America and transportation options -Customs duties and free trade costs -David spoils Yaël’s birthday present -The Suez boat blocking global trade! -Michael Bloomberg’s global war to outlaw vaping INTERVIEW with Goodwood Brewing CEO Ted Mitzlaff -The lawsuit against Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear -How long can governors keep their […]

Consumer Choice Radio EP63: Tech and Real Estate Boom & Bust (w/ Rachel Chiu)

-AstraZeneca and the blight of statistics -CCC Managing Director Fred Roeder on the health economics of European governments withdrawing the vaccine INTERVIEW with Young Voices contributor Rachel Chiu -The zeal for antitrust is completely forgetting the consumer -What is Big is not necessarily what is bad -The misguided quest for antitrust justice will exacerbate inequality […]

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