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The Family Man show -- 6:30 pm
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7:30 pm Chris Edwards discusses the tax plan now circulating in Congress. 


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8pm  Tom Woods
In 2010 I addressed the annual meeting of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. I spoke about government and health care, yes, but I also spoke about state nullification — not your usual topic at a physicians’ gathering.



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 Daniel Lacalle, a Spanish economist and libertarian who runs Mises Hispano, joins Jeff Deist for an in-depth discussion of the facts behind the Catalan independence vote. Daniel makes the case against secession, based on economics, history, constitutionalism, anti-socialism, and his strong view that independence would result in less freedom for Catalans. Jeff disagrees, arguing for self-determination as a fundamental libertarian political principle that contemplates freedom to choose even bad political arrangements. Don't miss this show if you want to understand what is happening in Catalonia beyond the headlines.



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 In 1885, a convicted killer suddenly became a legend. Sentenced to death for the murder of his employer at her home on Babbacombe Beach, John Lee mysteriously survived three attempts to execute him at Exeter Prison.
Having placed a noose around Lee’s neck, the hangman pulled a lever to release the trapdoors beneath the prisoner’s feet, but the doors refused to open.
Amazingly, each time Lee was led away, the apparatus was tested and found to work perfectly.
Presented & produced by Chris Batch... 






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Eric Schleien interviews the CEO of wearwell, Erin Houston on topics from Social Entrepreneurship to spotting investment opportunity while making a difference in the world at the same time.
wearwell is a service (sort of like Stitch Fix or Le Tote). The difference is the company only carries ethically made clothing and accessory brands.
Erin has 7+ years of experience in global development, geeks out on sustainable supply chain strategy, and has loved design since she was very young. Most recently on the senior leadership team of Devex, a global development media company, she built partnerships and generated revenue from multinational corporations, donor agencies, foundations, NGOs, and social enterprises. She loves using her marketing, communications, and sales experience to motivate people to take collective action toward living their values.
M.A. Social Enterprise, American University SIS, 2015B.A. English, Government, The College of William & Mary, 2009Hometown: Wilmington, Delaware






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