Allan Meltzer, a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses, with Peter Schiff, the Fed’s dual mandate and the need for a long-term strategy to address the problems of the economy.
Peter Blair Henry of Stanford University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about economic development...
Peter Kay is to return to Channel 4 for the first time in four years with a new satire on reality TV as part of a special night dedicated to the comedian...
Peter Schweizer, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, discusses the relevance of Ronald Reagan’s national security policies in today’s environment with Frank Gaffney.
Peter Schweizer discusses the Power of Ideas: Why Conservatives are Happier, Work Harder and Complain Less than Modern Liberals. (39:23)
Why the Technological Revolution May Not Change Warfare as Much as We Think.
Research Fellow Peter Robinson discusses how he became President Reagan’s speechwriter at 26, what inspired Reagan’s famous line at the Brandenburg Gate, and the behind-the-scenes controversy over those four words on Real Clear Radio Hour.
My latest Macro Musings podcast is with Peter Ireland. Peter is a professor of economics at Boston college, a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a member of the shadow open market committee. He has also been a visiting scholar at numerous Federal Reserve banks.
One of my biggest surprises of the 2016 political season was the election of Donald Trump and, relatedly, his winning in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Now my Hoover colleague Peter Robinson, host of "Uncommon Knowledge," has interviewed one of the main architects of that victory, Kellyanne Conway.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the 39th prime minister of Denmark (2000–2009) and the twelfth secretary general of NATO (2009–14), joins Peter Robinson to discuss why America is the only proper policeman for the world. He argues that America’s failure to act, especially in cases like Syria, can lead to more harm than intervention.
Hoover Institution fellow Peter Robinson discusses America’s journey from tearing down a wall to talk of building one on the country’s southern border.
Peter Robinson, Hoover Institution fellow and speechwriter for President Reagan, talks about how he wrote the famous "Tear Down This Wall" speech.