Cato Daily Podcast
SEC Moves to Revamp Retail Trading
Securities and Exchange Commission leadership seems to believe that some big changes to how trades get executed will better protect retail traders. Jennifer Schulp says it's not clear retail traders are currently poorly served.
Monday, June 5, 2023
Voters as Mad Scientists
In Voters as Mad Scientists, economist Bryan Caplan explores various aspects of voter irrationality and how we might correct for our own errors of thinking.
Friday, June 2, 2023
How Government Rigged the Adjudicative Process to Facilitate Its Unlawful Exercise of Power
At the Cato Institute's Benefactor Summit, Clark Neily details how government itself substantially altered the process of criminal adjudication and stacked the deck against average Americans.
Thursday, June 1, 2023
Sackett v. EPA Is Finally Resolved
The Sackett family has finally gotten its relief from the U.S. Supreme Court. Charles Yates of the Pacific Legal Foundation represented the Sackett family.
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
A Tentative Debt Limit Deal Moves to Congress
The debt limit deal hammered out by House Speaker McCarthy and President Biden won't do much on its own to prevent a fiscal crisis, but it does set up some potentially productive negotiations to limit spending and debt in the coming years. Chris Edwards comments.
Monday, May 29, 2023
Can Congress Regulate Artificial Intelligence?
What do we give up in any attempt to regulate the development of artificial intelligence? Matt Mittelsteadt of the Mercatus Center and Cato's Jennifer Huddleston comment.
Sunday, May 28, 2023
The FBI’s Ongoing War on Encryption
The FBI's war on encryption poses threats well beyond the private sector. In fact, as Cato's Patrick Eddington points out, the FBI itself faces threats from widespread compromised private communication technology.
Saturday, May 27, 2023
Section 230 Will Return to the Supreme Court
What protections do/should platforms have to use algorithms to suggest content to viewers? Will Duffield and Jennifer Huddleston comment on recent and future cases at the Supreme Court.
Friday, May 26, 2023
Housing Markets and Housing First
Where do "housing first" policies to address homelessness succeed or fail? Vanessa Brown Calder is coauthor of a new Cato briefing paper examining several of these attempts to make permanent housing a prerequisite for other assistance. Briefing Paper: Housing Markets First: Housing Supply and Affordability Are Key to Reducing Homelessness