July 7th, 2021 | 29 mins 10 secs
1776, africa, america, american enterprise institute, america’s roundtable, asia-pacific region, berkeley school of law, california, capitalism, checks and balances, communist china, decentralization, division of power, emanuel s. heller professor of law, europe, federalism, former deputy assistant attorney general, gallup poll, government, governor phil bryant, hoover institution, independence day, international leaders summit, jerusalem leaders summit, joel anand samy, john yoo, lanser broadcasting, law clerk, liberty, middle east, natasha srdoc, orrin hatch, palo alto, president donald trump, private property, rule of law, san francisco bay area, socialism, sovereign states, stanford university, supertalk mississippi, supreme court justice clarence thomas, university of california, us, us constitution, us court of appeals judge laurence silberman, us department of justice, us senate judiciary committee, usa, utah, washington d.c.
Hogan Gidley | Economy & Jobs | Concerns About Corruption in Washington D.C. | China | Media Censorship
October 25th, 2020 | 12 mins 23 secs
$4 trillion tax hike, 2017 tax cuts and jobs act, america, america’s roundtable, china, corruption, covid-19, democratic presidential candidate joe biden, economic recovery, economy, elections, final presidential debate 2020, first amendment, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, gallup poll, great lakes, green new energy, hogan gidley, international leaders summit, job creation, joel anand samy, lanser broadcasting, law and order, law enforcement, michigan, midwest, moscow, natasha srdoc, national press secretary, online censorship, pandemic, pay to play, president trump, re-election campaign, rule of law, trump administration, trump campaign 2020, trump presidential campaign, ukraine, us, usa