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Right on Business

Keith Strahan and Remington Tonar

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Right on Business discusses issues at the intersection of business, entrepreneurship, and conservative politics. The show is hosted by Keith Strahan and Remington Tonar, who combine their expertise in business, politics, economics, and law—as well as their differing versions of conservatism—to debate how conservative thought can champion business and innovation to improve our economy and our society.

Latest Episodes

To Open Or Not To Open: Saving The Economy in the Face of Covid

In this week's episode, we debate one of the most pressing questions facing governors, mayors, business owners and citizens: to open or not to open. How do we get Main Street economies across the country going again? How do we prevent further transmission of Covid-19 and avoid a second wave? How do we obtain the necessary information to make the right decisions? We unpack these questions as we look to find a balance between individual autonomy, the nation's economy, and public health.

45 MIN3 d ago
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To Open Or Not To Open: Saving The Economy in the Face of Covid

The Importance of Reading in the Information Age

In this week's episode, we explore why reading intentionally and consuming information thoughtfully is critical for a well-functioning society and fulfilling life in the information age. In an era of fake news, misinformation, bias, apathy and ignorance, nothing is perhaps more important than being able to systematically collect, understand, interpret and determine how best to act on information.

37 MIN1 w ago
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The Importance of Reading in the Information Age

Culture After COVID: How COVID-19 Will Change People and Society

In this week's episode, we ask tough questions about how the future of society, humans and our cultural institutions will be transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We argue that this may be the Great Pause for some, but it's also a Great Panic for others. Indeed, the coronavirus crisis will affect different people and companies in very different ways. For some, this crisis could actually change how they work and relate to their families for the better. Others, however, may never recover.

37 MIN2 w ago
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Culture After COVID: How COVID-19 Will Change People and Society

COVID-19 and the Decentralized Future of Democracy

In this episode, we expand on last week's themes of localism, proposing that the coronavirus pandemic may help accelerate a shift towards more decentralized government. In one extreme, such a system would abandon political parties in favor of more granular sub-culture based interest groups that would convene and collaborate digitally to effect coordinated change. Although this notion may seem radical to some, these shifts are already emerging and are now being accelerated by the current crisis.

41 MIN3 w ago
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COVID-19 and the Decentralized Future of Democracy

COVID-19 and the Future of Capitalism and Democracy

In this episode, Remington and Keith discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging our understanding of both politics and economics and why capitalism and democracy may never be the same.

39 MINAPR 24
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COVID-19 and the Future of Capitalism and Democracy

Right on Business Returns: The Economic and Political Impact of Coronavirus

After a long hiatus, Keith and Remington return to Right on Business by popular demand to discuss the implications of the Coronavirus pandemic on politics, economics, and society. In a wide-ranging conversation, the guys discuss the need to focus on preventing, not just treating, coronavirus, as well as the impact this pandemic will have on civil liberties, globalism, and small businesses.

44 MINAPR 7
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Right on Business Returns: The Economic and Political Impact of Coronavirus

Postmortem Analysis of the First Democratic Debates

After taking a week off for the Fourth, Keith and Remington return to discuss the first Democratic primary debate and make predictions for the debates and months to come.

31 MIN2019 JUL 9
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Postmortem Analysis of the First Democratic Debates

Create Wealth, Destroy Poverty: The pathway to prosperity.

Far too often we get it backwards. We think that inequality can only be solved by bringing down the rich. But this is wrong. The way to decrease poverty is to increase wealth. We should be focused on creating wealth. Article referenced:https://mises.org/power-market/economics-101-more-wealth-means-less-poverty-0

28 MIN2019 JUN 25
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Create Wealth, Destroy Poverty: The pathway to prosperity.

Too Many To Count—An Intro To The Overcrowded Democratic Primary

In this episode, we survey the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates. With 20 candidates set to appear in the first debate, Democrats have to ask whether or not this robust of a group gives them options or fragments the party ahead of a crucial election.

31 MIN2019 JUN 18
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Too Many To Count—An Intro To The Overcrowded Democratic Primary

The Fundraiser's Guide To the Galaxy—A Primer On Small Business Financing

In this episode, Keith and Remington tackle a more practical topic: how to secure funding for your startup or small business. We look across the capital landscape at venture capital, private equity, crowdfunding and equity crowdfunding, and conventional (bank) financing, exploring the benefits and shortcomings of each funding source. A must-listen to, this episode serves as an important primer for entrepreneurs, startups, small business owners, and established businesses looking to grow.

25 MIN2019 JUN 11
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The Fundraiser's Guide To the Galaxy—A Primer On Small Business Financing

Latest Episodes

To Open Or Not To Open: Saving The Economy in the Face of Covid

In this week's episode, we debate one of the most pressing questions facing governors, mayors, business owners and citizens: to open or not to open. How do we get Main Street economies across the country going again? How do we prevent further transmission of Covid-19 and avoid a second wave? How do we obtain the necessary information to make the right decisions? We unpack these questions as we look to find a balance between individual autonomy, the nation's economy, and public health.

45 MIN3 d ago
Comments
To Open Or Not To Open: Saving The Economy in the Face of Covid

The Importance of Reading in the Information Age

In this week's episode, we explore why reading intentionally and consuming information thoughtfully is critical for a well-functioning society and fulfilling life in the information age. In an era of fake news, misinformation, bias, apathy and ignorance, nothing is perhaps more important than being able to systematically collect, understand, interpret and determine how best to act on information.

37 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Importance of Reading in the Information Age

Culture After COVID: How COVID-19 Will Change People and Society

In this week's episode, we ask tough questions about how the future of society, humans and our cultural institutions will be transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We argue that this may be the Great Pause for some, but it's also a Great Panic for others. Indeed, the coronavirus crisis will affect different people and companies in very different ways. For some, this crisis could actually change how they work and relate to their families for the better. Others, however, may never recover.

37 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Culture After COVID: How COVID-19 Will Change People and Society

COVID-19 and the Decentralized Future of Democracy

In this episode, we expand on last week's themes of localism, proposing that the coronavirus pandemic may help accelerate a shift towards more decentralized government. In one extreme, such a system would abandon political parties in favor of more granular sub-culture based interest groups that would convene and collaborate digitally to effect coordinated change. Although this notion may seem radical to some, these shifts are already emerging and are now being accelerated by the current crisis.

41 MIN3 w ago
Comments
COVID-19 and the Decentralized Future of Democracy

COVID-19 and the Future of Capitalism and Democracy

In this episode, Remington and Keith discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging our understanding of both politics and economics and why capitalism and democracy may never be the same.

39 MINAPR 24
Comments
COVID-19 and the Future of Capitalism and Democracy

Right on Business Returns: The Economic and Political Impact of Coronavirus

After a long hiatus, Keith and Remington return to Right on Business by popular demand to discuss the implications of the Coronavirus pandemic on politics, economics, and society. In a wide-ranging conversation, the guys discuss the need to focus on preventing, not just treating, coronavirus, as well as the impact this pandemic will have on civil liberties, globalism, and small businesses.

44 MINAPR 7
Comments
Right on Business Returns: The Economic and Political Impact of Coronavirus

Postmortem Analysis of the First Democratic Debates

After taking a week off for the Fourth, Keith and Remington return to discuss the first Democratic primary debate and make predictions for the debates and months to come.

31 MIN2019 JUL 9
Comments
Postmortem Analysis of the First Democratic Debates

Create Wealth, Destroy Poverty: The pathway to prosperity.

Far too often we get it backwards. We think that inequality can only be solved by bringing down the rich. But this is wrong. The way to decrease poverty is to increase wealth. We should be focused on creating wealth. Article referenced:https://mises.org/power-market/economics-101-more-wealth-means-less-poverty-0

28 MIN2019 JUN 25
Comments
Create Wealth, Destroy Poverty: The pathway to prosperity.

Too Many To Count—An Intro To The Overcrowded Democratic Primary

In this episode, we survey the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates. With 20 candidates set to appear in the first debate, Democrats have to ask whether or not this robust of a group gives them options or fragments the party ahead of a crucial election.

31 MIN2019 JUN 18
Comments
Too Many To Count—An Intro To The Overcrowded Democratic Primary

The Fundraiser's Guide To the Galaxy—A Primer On Small Business Financing

In this episode, Keith and Remington tackle a more practical topic: how to secure funding for your startup or small business. We look across the capital landscape at venture capital, private equity, crowdfunding and equity crowdfunding, and conventional (bank) financing, exploring the benefits and shortcomings of each funding source. A must-listen to, this episode serves as an important primer for entrepreneurs, startups, small business owners, and established businesses looking to grow.

25 MIN2019 JUN 11
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The Fundraiser's Guide To the Galaxy—A Primer On Small Business Financing
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