Episode

10/25 Barry C. Lynn: The Next Fight Monopolies & Antitrust

October 25, 2016

The New America Foundation’s Director of Open Markets Barry C. Lynn, explains what monopoly means in the American economy. The eyeglasses market and the obscene power of monopoly. Why are monopolies allowed? The American revolution and fighting monopolies. The Reagan and Clinton Administration’s support of monopolies. Why Libertarians have no problem with corporate central planning. From Walmart to Amazon what creates the monopoly problem in today’s economy. How Bill Clinton embraced monopolies in defense, media, and finance. Why today’s plutocrats are a bigger threat than the plutocrats of the Gilded Age. Good signs from the Hillary Clinton campaign? Why America needs to support the EU in fighting Silicon Valley and why we need to stop the AT&T Time Warner merger.

On The Fun Half: Curt Schilling demands to know why Jews vote for Democrats. John McCain runs away from the press. Sam’s question to Jill Stein and she gives an incredibly weak answer. Glenn Beck’s latest scheme. Eric Bolling compliments Elizabeth Warren and your calls and IMs.

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