My latest podcast -- the third in my new weekly series -- is the stage and screen version of my latest reading of the fiscal cliff tea leaves.
It won't surprise regular CG&G readers that I don't think much of the Bowles-Simpson commission. My latest podcast -- the second in what will be a series of weekly presentations -- is the stage and screen version of why Bowles-Simpson is not as important as Bowles and Simpson want you to believe.
Just in case my written blog posts are not enough for you, I've now started to do at least weekly podcasts on...wait for it...the federal budget. That's right, you now have access to the stage and screen version of what you've been reading on CG&G for years.
Here's the first one. Enjoy!
I was interviewed by Alex Blumberg on National Public Radio's "Planet Money" last Friday in the first of what I was told will be a series of shows on the federal budget. In case you missed it because you prefered to listen to Katy Perry while driving to the beach for the Labor Day, you can find it here: