I had a wonderful opportunity today, I interviewed Dr. Don Boudreaux  live on my new talk radio show, Take it to the Hill. We discussed US national debt, how debt can affect our economy, solutions, and other interesting aspects of our country’s debt.  This is a very informative discussion that you don’t want to miss! Here it is:

Don Boudreaux has a Ph.D. in economics and currently teaches at George Mason University.  He has previously worked as chairman of the GMU economics department and was the president of the Foundation for Economic Freedom.  He has written two books: Globalization and Hypocrites and Half-Wits.  Dr. Don Boudreaux’s resume goes on and on, but I simply can’t fit it all in here!  You can hear more from Dr. Boudreaux on his blog, Cafe Hayek.

I hope you enjoyed the show and learned something! For more show updates check out the Take it to the Hill Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Take-it-to-the-Hill/484954754861694?ref=hl

Thanks to Dr. Boudreaux for joining me on the show and sharing his knowledge with us all!

My next show will be Monday at 10PM on www.WGMUradio.com, with special guest Jay McConville, Chairman of the Fairfax County Republican Committee. (Sometimes the show starts late, around 10:15PM)

God Bless!

 

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