Featured Guests...

Sam Blake, Reporter, dot.la

Mariya Frost, Washington Policy Center

Chris Cargill, Washington Policy Center

Scott Hadzik, Weber State University Automotive Technology Department

Featured Guests...

Sam Blake, Reporter, dot.la

Mariya Frost, Washington Policy Center

Chris Cargill, Washington Policy Center

Scott Hadzik, Weber State University Automotive Technology Department

Featured Episodes

Part 1: Robert Moses vs Jane Jacobs

October 7, 2020

The idealogical figures of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs present two different sides of American life. Learn more about these two Americans from dot.la Reporter, Sam Blake.

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Part 2: Smart Growth vs Efficiency Vision

October 7, 2020

When transportation policy decisions are made, they are guided by two visions - smart growth and efficiency. Learn the nuances of each of these visions that guide the way people and goods move. Featured guest is the Transportation Director of the Washington Policy Center, Mariya Frost.

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Part 3: Free Markets Destroy or Create

October 7, 2020

A new initiative is appealing to the young, aspiring minds of America. It's a message that has not been heard before, and it's a message that underpins American life. Learn more about this new initiative on how free markets destroy...err create...the things that we despise most. Chris Cargill is the Eastern Washington Director of the Washington Policy Center and heads up this new initiative.

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Part 4: The Engineer vs Mechanic Conundrum

October 7, 2020

Technology makes life and things better, they say. A lesser known and unintended consequence of technology is starting to greatly impact the workforce, and Scott Hadzik, the Chair and Professor at Weber State University's Automotive Technology Department knows this too well. Learn more about the conundrum that faces a progressive American work life.

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