The author and businessman joins us to talk about what can and can’t be learned about labor, wealth, trade, debt, and credit from the Hebrew Bible.
While ignoring its greatest achievements.
The theological notions that inspired the free market’s first philosophers.
The Kosher Canyon.
Envisioning a greater role for religion, and a smaller one for government.
Something the American Founders understood well.
Why we should listen to the impartial spectator within.
“To Hitler, Bolshevism itself was little more than an instrument of Jewish capital.”
It deserves at least one cheer.
Carlson also praised Henry Ford.
The free market, social welfare, and skepticism of government.
Two new biographies suggest a warning for today.
More barukh Hashems than New York has skyscrapers.