I think this is one of the coolest radio interviews I’ve done (click here for the link to the podcast)–not because of anything new I said that I haven’t said a million times before, but because Marketplace’s Scott Jagow did such a great job of prompting me with the right questions and editor Paddy Hirsch did a brilliant job editing and mixing my words in with a very fitting Billy Joel accompaniment (featured above, which does NOT contain me anywhere, by the way).
Thanks guys, for this awesome introduction, too:
Our weekly podcast, After the Bell, is now available. This week, the White House said its goal is to cut the deficit in half by the end of Obama’s first term.
Is that possible? Scott talks to Diane Lim Rogers.
Diane is well known to the web as the woman behind the popular blog EconomistMom. And by day she’s chief economist at the Concord Coalition, a non-profit, non-partisan group that lobbies for fiscal responsibility by government. They also talk about the need for honesty with the American people.
Music includes Wilco, Blackfoot and Billy Joel. If you’d like After the Bell to download automatically each Friday, click here.