Category Archives: Monetary Policy

Quezada Interview – Podcast September 19, 2022

Investing In Arizona. Not Politics. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Arizona Senator Martin Quezada, candidate for Arizona State Treasurer. Quezada says that treasurer is a much different role than serving in the Senate. “The role of treasurer, ideally, should … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Politics, Banking And Finance, Climate Change, Economic Policy, Education, Education Policy, Elections, Environmental Issues, Ethics, Fiscal Policy, Global Warming, Government, Interviews, Monetary Policy, Political Candidacy, Public Accountability, Tax and Investment Policy | Tagged , | Comments Off on Quezada Interview – Podcast September 19, 2022

Singal Interview – Podcast August 15, 2022

Optimism For Democrats In Upcoming Elections. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome historian Dan Singal back to the show to give his views on the current state of politic affairs. Asked about Democrats’ prospects for the midterms, Singal, who has … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Politics, China, Climate Change, Conservatives and Reactionaries, Constitutional Issues, Democratic Governance, Department of Justice, Domestic Extremism, Economic Policy, Elections, Energy Policy, Fiscal Policy, Foreign Policy, Global Warming, Government, Health Care Policy, Infrastructure Investment, Innovation, Interviews, Mass Media, Medicare, Military Policy, Monetary Policy, National Politics, Pharmaceutical Pricing and Procurement, Political Candidacy, Political Polarization, Political Theory, Presidential Elections, Public Health Policy, Supreme Court, Taxation, Women's Issues, Women's Rights | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Singal Interview – Podcast August 15, 2022

Jablow Interview – Podcast June 20, 2022

Focusing On Civic Engagement. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome Scott Jablow, candidate for Mayor of Sedona. Jablow moved to Sedona in 2010 after a 31-year law enforcement career in New York. In 2012, he was elected to the Fire … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Politics, Community, Democratic Governance, Education Funding, Elections, Environmental Issues, Funding, Government, Housing, Interviews, Local Politics, Monetary Policy, Political Candidacy, Public Lands, Public Policy, Public Service, Regulation, Tax Revenues, Taxation, Wilderness Preservation | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Jablow Interview – Podcast June 20, 2022

LaMaster Interview – Podcast November 22, 2021

A Warning For Democrats From Flyover Country. The Midwest and rural America are often thought of as unimportant. Yet, thanks to the Electoral College, rural voters have an undue influence on national politics. And, increasingly they vote Republican. Partly, that’s … Continue reading

Posted in Affordable Care Act, Budget Negotiations, Civil Society, Class Conflict, Conservative Paranoia, Conservatives and Reactionaries, Democratic Governance, Disinformation, Domestic Extremism, Domestic Policy, Domestic Violence, Economic Stimulus, Education, Environmentalism, Government, Immigration, Income Inequality, Infrastructure Investment, Interviews, Jobs and Employment, Journalism, Labor Movement, LIberals and Conservatives, Mass Media, Minimum Wage, Monetary Policy, National Politics, Political Lies, Political Parties, Political Polarization, Special Interest Legislation, Taxes and the Deficit | Tagged , | Comments Off on LaMaster Interview – Podcast November 22, 2021

Baker Interview – Podcast November 8, 2021

A Golden Age For Our Economy. Steve Williamson welcomes back macroeconomist Dean Baker, co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, to discuss the bipartisan infrastructure bill, the Build Back Better bill, and their potential impact on inflation. Baker … Continue reading

Posted in Affordable Care Act, Budget Negotiations, Civic Renewal, Climate Change, Disinformation, Domestic Policy, Economic Policy, Economic Stimulus, Energy Policy, Fiscal Policy, Government, Growth, Immigration, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Investment, Interviews, Jobs and Employment, Labor Shortages, Mass Media, Medicaid, Monetary Policy, National Politics, Renewable Energy, Tax and Investment Policy, U.S. Budget, Unemployment | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Baker Interview – Podcast November 8, 2021

Baker Interview – Podcast February 22, 2021

Assessing Biden’s Pandemic Relief Package. Democratic Perspective welcomes Dean Baker, author, macroeconomist, and co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C. to discuss the $1.9 trillion bill. “It’s a large bill. No two ways about it,” … Continue reading

Posted in Domestic Policy, Economic Policy, Economic Stimulus, Financial Crisis, Fiscal Policy, Government, Interviews, Jobs and Employment, Labor Unions, Minimum Wage, Monetary Policy, National Politics, Pharmaceutical Pricing and Procurement, Political History, Small Business, U.S. Budget, Unemployment | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Baker Interview – Podcast February 22, 2021

Baker Interview – Podcast August 17, 2020

Assessing The Economic Impact Of The Pandemic. Democratic Perspective welcomes Dean Baker, co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) in Washington, D.C. to discuss the short-term and long-term effects of the pandemic. He begins by noting that … Continue reading

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Wealth Inequality – Podcast May 25, 2020

Growing Wealth Inequality In The Age Of Pandemic. Revisiting Capital In The Twenty-First Century by Thomas Picketty, the Democratic Perspective crew discusses the causes of increasing inequality of income, wealth and opportunity in the US. They note that, after wealth … Continue reading

Posted in Capital Accumulation, Capitalism, Class Conflict, De-regulation, Economic Policy, Economic Stimulus, Economic Theory, Fiscal Policy, Income Inequality, inherited Wealth, Monetary Policy, Racial Discrimination, Tax and Investment Policy, Tax Law | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Wealth Inequality – Podcast May 25, 2020

LaMaster Interview – Podcast May 11, 2020

Truth Over Politics. Democratic Perspective co-hosts Steve Williamson, Mike Cosentino and Klaus von Stutterheim welcome Gary LaMaster back to the show to discuss his latest book and the structural issues that plague the US, many of which have been exposed … Continue reading

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Podcast – February 11, 2019

The Hidden Damage of the Trump Administration. Democratic Perspective hosts Steve Williamson, Mike Cosentino and Klaus von Stutterheim discuss some of the Trump administration’s actions that have gone relatively unnoticed – actions that been hidden by the smokescreen of scandalous … Continue reading

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