When I was in the Bahamas couple of weeks ago lecturing for the free-market, Nassau Institute, I appeared on one of the most popular and widely listened to radio talk shows in that country.
I spoke about the meaning and idea of individual liberty and the free society; the nature of and dangers from government; how government monetary and regulatory policies created the economic crisis we are in, and how current government policies are only making recovery more difficult; and I discussed the importance of free enterprise for a small nation such as the Bahamas.
In a new piece of mine, “On the Radio – The Importance of Economic Freedom and the Dangers from Government Control,” I provide the link to the mp3 of the radio interview.
Or it may be directly linked from the “On Jeff Lloyd” radio talk show.
As I mention in my piece, about half way through the radio interview I sing a few bars. If there can be “singing cowboys” like Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, why not a “singing economist”?