Arthur Brooks on Having a Conservative Heart
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Allysen Efferson to talk with Arthur Brooks, author of the new book, The Conservative Heart, about ways that conservatives can help build a fairer, happier and more prosperous America. Then John Seibler talks about problems with drones and finally Joe Flint from the Wall Street Journal discusses cord-cutters and their impact on the big media companies.
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Arthur Brooks on the Moral Argument for Conservatism
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Arthur Brooks to discuss the debt, education reform and the moral argument for conservatism.
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Follow Up: Smashing the Charity Stereotypes
Way back in 2006, I blogged about how cheap Hollywood liberals thought we were as a country, and then noted a study by Arthur Brooks that showed that, the more conservative and/or religious you were, you gave more than the liberals complaining about how stingy we were. Six years later, the trend has continued. Red states give more money to charity than blue states, according | Read More »