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Radio interview today

Posted by WARREN MOSLER on October 14th, 2011

Warren will be on a radio talk show at 1:30pm EST today for an hour which can be heard here:

http://wstxam.com/

Call in numbers:

340 773 9951
340 773 0490

Click here for replay. (Wait 45 seconds for regular download)

Comment from reader:

If you hit ‘regular download” on the replay link Warren provided, it goes directly into your iTunes as “WSTXAM970Redfield&Mosler”. At least on my MacBook- and it showed up as a music file not a podcast.

18 Responses to “Radio interview today”

  1. Gary Says:

    it is half way.
    great so far! :)
    Extremely clear.

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    thanks!

    Reply

  2. Gary Says:

    Great talk!

    Reply

  3. Jim Says:

    Will a recording be available?

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    Robert Kelly Reply:

    @Jim,
    If you hit ‘regular download” on the replay link Warren provided, it goes directly into your iTunes as “WSTXAM970Redfield&Mosler”. At least on my MacBook- and it showed up as a music file not a podcast.

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  4. Peter Says:

    Mr. Mosler,

    I became aware of your work just a week ago. I am impressed with your ideas.

    I read your book and listened to your interview. I think you should be appointed secretary of treasury of the United States and lead us out of this mess.

    Also please consider reaching out to Mr. Papandreou, the prime minister of Greece, to advise him how NOT to destroy his country by listening to the IMF and ECB directives.

    Your thoughts are much appreciated and thank you for enlightening us all.

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    thanks! and already in contact with the Greek finance ministry re Mosler bonds.

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    MamMoTh Reply:

    @WARREN MOSLER, interesting! hope one day you can tell more about it.

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  5. Barton Says:

    Warren
    This was excellent. How much plainer can you make it?
    All the best

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  6. Jim Says:

    @ Warren and Robert Kelly

    Thank you for the replay instructions! Great idea on uploading it that way–for us non-Apple types.

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  7. Dan Furlano Says:

    Can someone explain to me how the FED can effect NGDP. I must be missing something?

    http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2011/10/the-two-leading-investment-banks-goldman-sachs-and-morgan-staneley-join-the-99.html

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  8. Rodger Malcolm Mitchell Says:

    Warren, you should talk about #Occupy Wall Street. This is not a little protest movement by some rag-tag teenagers. This is the biggest economic news of the day, and the mainstream has completely underestimated it.

    Check out: http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2011/10/24-people-arrested-for-trying-to-close-accounts-at-citibank.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+NakedCapitalism+%28naked+capitalism%29
    and
    http://www.correntewire.com/so_how_many_times_have_banks_had_people_arrested_who_tried_to_close_their_accounts
    and
    http://rodgermmitchell.wordpress.com/2011/10/10/why-doesnt-president-obama-support-occupy-wall-street/

    With both the Democrats and Tea/Republicans under the thumb of the wealthy, the frustration of the “other 99%” is a time bomb poised to tear America apart.

    That is the real world, but the economists are busy with formulas.

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    Tom Hickey Reply:

    @Rodger Malcolm Mitchell,

    Bob Dylan, Ballad of a Thin Man

    “because something is happening here but you don’t know what it is
    do you, Mr. Jones?”

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    Rodger Malcolm Mitchell Reply:

    @Tom Hickey, Tom, actually “Blowin’ in the Wind really hits it. And this wind is going to be a hurricane.

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    Tom Hickey Reply:

    @Rodger Malcolm Mitchell,

    Yep.

  9. Yuu Kim Says:

    great interview, WM!! what i liked is that, despite the interruptions, you managed to get all your points across.

    for those of you who do interviews, the most important (and toughest) thing is to stay on point, even if they interrupt you. one thing they love to do is say something like, “oh, i have another question, so, we’ll get to that one later,” or “we’ll get to that right after this short break” and they never get back to it. the thing you have to do is make a point of “getting back to it” after the “break.”

    thanks, warren, for all your efforts.

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    WARREN MOSLER Reply:

    thankyou!

    Reply

  10. J Says:

    Darn. Can’t download the mp3 of the show because of the Megaupload nonsense.

    Could you make it available in some other way?

    Thanks!

    Reply

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