Hoover senior fellow Edward Lazear, along with Mendon Capital Advisors president Anton Shutz, discusses JP Morgan on Fox Business. Topics include deleveraging on Wall Street, the Case-Shiller Report, and JP Morgan’s cost cutting.
Hoover senior fellow Richard Epstein discusses Internet regulations on Wall Street Journal Live. Topics include the Federal Communications Commission, regulating common carriers versus information services, and net neutrality.
Hoover senior fellow Richard Epstein discusses pension reform on Wall Street Journal Live. Topics include the legality of pension reform for retired workers in San Jose and Detroit, referendums on pension reform, and the political difficulties of pension reform.
Hoover senior fellow Edward Paul Lazear discusses President Bush’s proposed health care plan on Fox News. Topics include the differing costs for health care and the lack of support for Bush’s plan in 2007.
Hoover senior fellow Edward Lazear discusses recent job numbers on CNBC’s The Kudlow Report. Topics include last month’s job report, job growth and demographics, and how the newest jobs report will impact the markets.
Hoover research fellow Bill Whalen discusses a recent humorous ad on Wall Street Journal Live. Topics include topics include the logistics of health insurance, and other ambassadors for the Affordable Care Act.
by Fouad Ajamivia Opinion Journal (Wall Street Journal)
Monday, February 3, 2014
Hoover senior fellow Fouad Ajami discusses Secretary of State John Kerry’s recent statements about boycotts of Israel on Opinion Journal. Topics include the propriety of such statements, the Israeli-Palestinian talks, and Scarlett Johansson.
Hoover research fellow Lanhee Chen discusses class warfare on Bloomberg TV. Topics include the State of the Union Address, upward mobility, education, and policies for economic growth and job creation.
Hoover senior fellow Abraham Sofaer discusses the Iranian nuclear deal on Fox News. Topics include the prospect for future sanctions on Iran; the relationship between sanctions and diplomacy; and why considering sanctions in the event the deal is unsuccessful would be a reasonable plan for Obama.