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Morton Marcus/John Guy

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Distribution of goodies in our society is determined by families, firms, and governments. Attempts to change how rewards and punishments, benefits and costs, are spread through the population cause conflict. The hosts are an economist, Morton Marcus, and a financial advisor, John Guy. Expect whimsy.

Latest Episodes

More Government, or Less, with David Lipps

Attorney David Lipps describes himself as a libertarian, though not a member of The Libertarian Party. Here, he advocates for limited government, including elimination of organizations such as The Federal Communications Commission. This and other thoughts led to an animated debate with the hosts.

26 MIN19 h ago
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More Government, or Less, with David Lipps

Dee Thornton, Candidate for Congress

Dee Thornton, running for Congress in Indiana's Fifth District, speaks charmingly about her life and goals. Having run in 2018, and having garnered more votes than any previous Democrat candidate, she is experienced, optimistic and seriously committed to both listening and to understanding.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Dee Thornton, Candidate for Congress

The Returned Peace Corps Volunteer

Former Peace Corps Volunteer Gabriella Guy (Costa Rica) describes how skills learned apply to her role as a social worker in elementary schools. (Yes. She is a granddaughter.)

25 MIN2 w ago
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The Returned Peace Corps Volunteer

Forest Management in Indiana

Jeff Stant, head of The Indiana Forest Alliance, talks about potentially terrible effects of "The Houston South Vegetation Management and Restoration Project," which "will add pollution to Lake Monroe and kill many animals including endangered species. He also talks about forest management in cities, and in other parts of the state.

29 MIN3 w ago
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Forest Management in Indiana

Programming The Heartland International Film Festival

Greg Sorvig leads film programming and artistic vision for this 28-year-old festival in Indianapolis. Greg and staff, with help from dozens of volunteers, view more than 3,000 films a year for both feature-film and shorts festivals. His original motivations appear to have come from several professional and volunteer positions, but what he remembers most--with obvious sentiment and nostalgia--is his time with Disneyland.

30 MIN3 w ago
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Programming The Heartland International Film Festival

Carbon Reduction in a Small World

Executive Coach Daniel Poynter explains--clearly--carbon neutrality for a better world. His company, Applied Ideals, teaches executives and entrepreneurs the philosophical and scientific importance of reducing carbon emissions while simultaneously increasing productivity and profits.

22 MINJAN 19
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Carbon Reduction in a Small World

Kim Hood Talks About Eugene Debs

https://www.wfyi.org/programs/debs is a reference to a fine documentary film about Eugene Debs, the "socialist" from Terre Haute. The film's producer, Kim Hood, here talks about the film, social issues, her experiences as both wife of one political leader and mother of another emerging leader, teaching, and fleecing of senior citizens, while Morton comments appropriately about parents who do not invest in their children.

28 MINJAN 11
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Kim Hood Talks About Eugene Debs

Residential Real Estate in Indianapolis

With more than 40 years on the job, real estate professional Patty Morton talks about "this unbelievable market," how up to 48 photographs accompany each listing, how "energy flow" in the home interior set up affects buyers, the affordable tax environment of central Indiana, and the power of marketing under phrases such as "Talk to Tucker" or company names such as Berkshire Hathaway which always is associated with famous investor Warren Buffett.

29 MINJAN 5
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Residential Real Estate in Indianapolis

Pubic Broadcasting in Indiana

What do you hear or see from Indiana Public Broadcasting? Who decides? The answer is: Matt Shafer Powell, Chief Content Officer of WFYI public radio and television. Here we learn about the consortium of nine stations which has 14 reporters and several proprietary shows such as "All In" with news, interviews and commentary. He also talks about the many challenges of making content decisions. (Plus this secret: Matt's son is a stand-up performer.)

31 MIN2019 DEC 21
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Pubic Broadcasting in Indiana

Musician, Manager, Environmentalist

While serving food to the homeless at ReCraft, John met violinist-turned-entrepreneur Bethany Daugherty who describes the environmental importance of recycling used craft materials. A musician since age 5, Bethany, now 29, has played in orchestras all over central Indiana, but physical pain caused her to look for new opportunities in the world of waste.

29 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Musician, Manager, Environmentalist

Latest Episodes

More Government, or Less, with David Lipps

Attorney David Lipps describes himself as a libertarian, though not a member of The Libertarian Party. Here, he advocates for limited government, including elimination of organizations such as The Federal Communications Commission. This and other thoughts led to an animated debate with the hosts.

26 MIN19 h ago
Comments
More Government, or Less, with David Lipps

Dee Thornton, Candidate for Congress

Dee Thornton, running for Congress in Indiana's Fifth District, speaks charmingly about her life and goals. Having run in 2018, and having garnered more votes than any previous Democrat candidate, she is experienced, optimistic and seriously committed to both listening and to understanding.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dee Thornton, Candidate for Congress

The Returned Peace Corps Volunteer

Former Peace Corps Volunteer Gabriella Guy (Costa Rica) describes how skills learned apply to her role as a social worker in elementary schools. (Yes. She is a granddaughter.)

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Returned Peace Corps Volunteer

Forest Management in Indiana

Jeff Stant, head of The Indiana Forest Alliance, talks about potentially terrible effects of "The Houston South Vegetation Management and Restoration Project," which "will add pollution to Lake Monroe and kill many animals including endangered species. He also talks about forest management in cities, and in other parts of the state.

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Forest Management in Indiana

Programming The Heartland International Film Festival

Greg Sorvig leads film programming and artistic vision for this 28-year-old festival in Indianapolis. Greg and staff, with help from dozens of volunteers, view more than 3,000 films a year for both feature-film and shorts festivals. His original motivations appear to have come from several professional and volunteer positions, but what he remembers most--with obvious sentiment and nostalgia--is his time with Disneyland.

30 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Programming The Heartland International Film Festival

Carbon Reduction in a Small World

Executive Coach Daniel Poynter explains--clearly--carbon neutrality for a better world. His company, Applied Ideals, teaches executives and entrepreneurs the philosophical and scientific importance of reducing carbon emissions while simultaneously increasing productivity and profits.

22 MINJAN 19
Comments
Carbon Reduction in a Small World

Kim Hood Talks About Eugene Debs

https://www.wfyi.org/programs/debs is a reference to a fine documentary film about Eugene Debs, the "socialist" from Terre Haute. The film's producer, Kim Hood, here talks about the film, social issues, her experiences as both wife of one political leader and mother of another emerging leader, teaching, and fleecing of senior citizens, while Morton comments appropriately about parents who do not invest in their children.

28 MINJAN 11
Comments
Kim Hood Talks About Eugene Debs

Residential Real Estate in Indianapolis

With more than 40 years on the job, real estate professional Patty Morton talks about "this unbelievable market," how up to 48 photographs accompany each listing, how "energy flow" in the home interior set up affects buyers, the affordable tax environment of central Indiana, and the power of marketing under phrases such as "Talk to Tucker" or company names such as Berkshire Hathaway which always is associated with famous investor Warren Buffett.

29 MINJAN 5
Comments
Residential Real Estate in Indianapolis

Pubic Broadcasting in Indiana

What do you hear or see from Indiana Public Broadcasting? Who decides? The answer is: Matt Shafer Powell, Chief Content Officer of WFYI public radio and television. Here we learn about the consortium of nine stations which has 14 reporters and several proprietary shows such as "All In" with news, interviews and commentary. He also talks about the many challenges of making content decisions. (Plus this secret: Matt's son is a stand-up performer.)

31 MIN2019 DEC 21
Comments
Pubic Broadcasting in Indiana

Musician, Manager, Environmentalist

While serving food to the homeless at ReCraft, John met violinist-turned-entrepreneur Bethany Daugherty who describes the environmental importance of recycling used craft materials. A musician since age 5, Bethany, now 29, has played in orchestras all over central Indiana, but physical pain caused her to look for new opportunities in the world of waste.

29 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
Musician, Manager, Environmentalist
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