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Free Enterprise in Three Minutes is a podcast meant to provide three-minute (give or take a few seconds) answers to important questions about free enterprise, the economy, business and related issues. Ray Keating is an economist, columnist, author and podcaster who cuts through the economic mumbo-jumbo, tosses aside the economic mistakes often made in the media and in political circles, and quickly gets at economic reality. Who says free enterprise and economics have to be mind-numbing? That ...
 
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Ray Keating explains that the negative consequences of wealth taxes aren’t limited to the wealthy. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. • Cathedral: An Alliance of Saint Michael …
 
Ray Keating looks at polling on taxing upper-income earners, notes that a solid majority of these upper-income individuals are small business owners, and argues that we need to apply more economic thinking to the issue. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at Ray…
 
Ray Keating reviews what a policy agenda looks like according to thinking rooted in supply-side economics. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. • Cathedral: An Alliance of Saint …
 
Ray Keating explains why the assumptions that large corporations control government and the market are detached from economic reality. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. • Cath…
 
Ray Keating explains the economic realities of U.S. companies making investments in other nations, as opposed to the mistaken assumptions by many, including assorted politicians. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcove…
 
Ray Keating explains what intellectual property products investment is and shows its importance to the U.S. economy. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. • Cathedral: An Alliance…
 
Ray Keating hits on the basics of interest rates, including the impact of inflation. Consider books by Ray Keating… • The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist.Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. • Cathedral: An Alliance of Saint Michael Novel. Signed …
 
Ray Keating serves up regulatory reform measures that would recognize the costs of regulation and balance the incentives at work on the regulatory front. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardc…
 
Economics makes clear that the burdens of regulation tend to fall hard on small businesses and undermine entrepreneurship. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Am…
 
Improved economic thinking on government action and economic history has revealed the enormous costs imposed by the regulatory state. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle edi…
 
The political incentives to regulate are numerous and powerful, with real-world costs often hidden and ignored. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. T…
 
Ray Keating notes that when government talks about “negotiating” drug prices, there’s little, if any, true negotiation. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazo…
 
Ray Keating looks at the impact of crime on the economy in this extra-long episode, and notes that crime is a government-imposed cost. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle ed…
 
Ray Keating looks at the data on full-time entrepreneurship during the pandemic economy, and is heartened by the resiliency of entrepreneurs. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Ki…
 
Ray is often asked if the economy is about to plunge off a cliff due to some bad policymaking. His answer, in this extra-long episode, tends not to satisfy as he sees the negatives as being very real but more insidious. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economi…
 
Why do economists talk so much about economic growth? The Rule of 70 is a simple tool that helps to provide an answer. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon…
 
Economics tells us that the myriad problems with subsidized federal student loans would only get worse with student loan forgiveness. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle edi…
 
The economics of federal student loans and grants are not pretty, encouraging more spending by colleges and universities on dubious undertakings. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers an…
 
After looking at how much the economy has under-performed for the past 15 years, the question is: Why? Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. Two great …
 
The U.S. economy arguably has lost trillions of dollars in real output since 2007, and that means diminished income and quality of life. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle …
 
Once the economics are considered, no one should be surprised that a tax on stock buybacks winds up working against investment, innovation and economic growth. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks,…
 
A debate rages as to whether or not the U.S. is in a recession. Ray looks at the definition and history of recessions to arrive at an answer. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Ki…
 
For those born in 1989 or after, they’ve only known a grossly under-performing U.S. economy during their adult years. In terms of economic growth, it’s been pretty ugly. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or p…
 
Yes, from entrepreneurs and small businesses to so-called “Big Tech,” the digital economy is a big deal. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. Two grea…
 
Ray further explores why some pastors and priests go in the wrong direction on economics. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. Two great ways to order…
 
One of Ray’s pet peeves is when members of the clergy decide to speak very publicly on economic matters when they haven’t done any serious thinking on economics. (Since this is a pet peeve, Ray winds up going a little long in this episode!) Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You …
 
Ray explores more of the economic realities of immigration, including that immigrant entrepreneurs play a big part in U.S. job creation. So much for immigration taking work away from the native born. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperback…
 
Ray looks at the latest numbers and trends reminding us that immigrant workers are positives to the U.S. economy, and to native-born workers. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Ki…
 
Monetarism has to be about more than only changes in the money supply, and its advocates say it is. But are the monetarist answers enough? Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindl…
 
Ray discusses some key points from the monetarist school of economic thought. Two great ways to order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or paperbacks, hardcovers and Kindle editions at Amazon.com. Two great ways to order Cathedral: …
 
Ray delves into why we should all think more like an economist, referencing his new book The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Two great ways to pre-order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or the …
 
Ray explores additional ills of capital gains taxes, concluding that the capital gains tax that makes the most economic sense is 0 percent. Two great ways to pre-order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or the Kindle edition at Amazo…
 
In the first of a two-parter, Ray explains the basics of the capital gains tax and why it is a big negative for the economy. No matter what your income level happens to be, Ray makes the case that we all should be united in favor of cutting or killing the capital gains tax. Two great ways to pre-order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly …
 
Ray Keating turns to the wisdom of Milton Friedman for some clear economic thinking on corporate social responsibility. Two great ways to pre-order Ray Keating’s new nonfiction book – The Weekly Economist: 52 Quick Reads to Help You Think Like an Economist. Signed paperbacks at RayKeatingOnline.com or the Kindle edition at Amazon.com. Two great way…
 
Ray Keating explains what stagflation is, when and how we dealt with it before, and the economic policy lessons for today. And all in roughly three minutes - wow! Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system…
 
Keynesian economics invites many criticisms. Ray lays out some key problems with the school of economics started by John Maynard Keynes. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for getting things done w…
 
Ray continues looking at some basic tenets of Keynesian economics, including automatic policy stabilizers, the emphasis with Keynesian tax cuts, and the paradox of thrift. Order Ray Keating’s book Behind Enemy Lines: Conservative Communiques from Left-Wing New York – signed books or at Amazon. And one of Keating’s newest books on the economy is Fre…
 
For better or worse, John Maynard Keynes changed economics. Ray takes a look at some basic tenets of Keynesian economics in part one of a short series. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for gettin…
 
Ray explains what real, per capita disposable personal income is, and why it ranks as the most important measure of income that gets regularly reported. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for getti…
 
Here’s a hot take from Ray and the world of economics: Job creation is not the ultimate point of free enterprise or business. But job creation happens when entrepreneurs, businesses and employees are focused on offering products of value to others. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran P…
 
In Part III of his look at the Fed, Ray explores possible explanations for why loose monetary policy failed to generate inflation, at least from 2008 to 2020. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for…
 
In Part II of his look at the basics of the Fed, Ray lays out the tools the Fed uses in guiding monetary policy. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for getting things done with, either, encouraging…
 
We hear lots in the media and politics about the Fed, but what is its actual role and how does it work? Ray provides some answers in Part I of a series on Fed basics. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful sy…
 
What’s industrial policy all about, and why does it never really work out so well? Ray serves up answers per economics. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for getting things done with, either, enco…
 
Ray Keating provides some supply chain basics, including that there in fact is a vast number of supply chains for particular industries and businesses. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for gettin…
 
Ray Keating reports on Americans’ views on key economic terms, and argues that due to the influence of politics, economics education must be an ongoing undertaking. Set goals and make things happen! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful syst…
 
Ray explains why currency devaluations make no sense and actually are quite dangerous. Great Christmas Gifts! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for getting things done with, either, Disney quotes encouragement, or inspiration and …
 
Ray explains that even attacks and threats by politicians on industries alter decision-making and create problems for entrepreneurs, businesses, investors and the economy. Great Christmas Gifts! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system f…
 
Ray notes how onerous regulations raised costs and limited entrepreneurship in trucking, and how deregulation cured those ills. Great Christmas Gifts! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution and The Lutheran Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution are here! These combine a simple, powerful system for getting things done with, either, Disney …
 
Ray explains some key essentials of the airline industry during a time of great regulation, and then under deregulation. Airlines actually opposed deregulation at the time because they feared new competition, and they turned out to be right, to the benefit of the flying public. Great Christmas Gifts! The Disney Planner 2022: The TO DO List Solution…
 
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