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[KR1003] Keiser Report: Obamacare Helped Trump?

We ask whether Obamacare helped Trump. In the second half Max interviews political strategist, Michael Carmichael, about what went wrong for Hillary… including said Obamacare.

[KR1002] Keiser Report: Restoring Faith in Capitalism

We discuss restoring faith in capitalism with executive pay curbs as the ‘let them eat cake’ of the neoliberal era. In the second half Max continues his interview with Lyle Estill, president and co-founder of Piedmont Biofuels and author of Small is Possible, to talk about a world in which small is big business.

[KR1001] Keiser Report: Neoliberalism Strikes Back

We discuss neoliberalism “striking back” as China gets to have a plan: one that involves buying up German high tech companies. In the second half, Max visits Piedmont Biofuels, a community-scale biodiesel project in Pittsboro, North Carolina, to talk to its president and co-founder, Lyle Estill.

#Keiser1000 Keiser Report: The Memewar Has Started

We celebrate 1000 episodes with special guests Steve Keen and Jim Rickards. We discuss how the meme wars began and where that war goes. We look at how the show began with the Obama administration and ripens into its 1000th episode in his last year having made The List.

Market euphoria for Trump. Find out why.

Markets are hitting all time highs. Of these markets Walt Whitman might have said, “Trump was elected. I forget the rest.” Such has been the euphoria that all those warnings, those insults and slander have been forgotten. Double Down asks former Goldman Sachs banker, Nomi Prins, why investors have fallen so suddenly and desperately in love with Trump. She throws cold water on this doomed love affair, reminding those high in euphoria that there are the promises the President-elect made on the campaign trail and the reality of what he can actually do once in office.

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[KR999] Keiser Report: Attractive Debts

We go on the road, in a golf cart, to talk models – macroeconomic models and how changing the model can magically make debt appear more attractive. We look at failed models like health care and the economics of ‘draining the swamp.’

[KR998] Keiser Report: Trump, Diamond & Silk

We discuss how Obama’s legacy lost the election for Hillary, and why lobbyists have no idea how to work with the Trump administration. They also talk to viral YouTube stars, Diamond and Silk, to find out why they backed Trump.

[KR997] Keiser Report: How Clinton Lost the ‘Rustbelt’

We discuss getting ‘voluntarily equitized’ on Thanksgiving Day . . . just as the First Americans were. They also discuss bail-ins in Italy and Brexit fallout in the UK. In the second half, Max interviews former head of the Democratic Party in North Carolina to find out how and why Hillary Clinton lost the Rust Belt.

[KR996] Keiser Report: Trumpocalypse

We look at what the Democratic party looks like on neoliberalism: collapsing. Is the TPP trade deal over? And was Donald Trump’s ‘craziness’ overblown by the media? In the second half Max continues his interview with Tim Pool.

[KR995] Keiser Report: Meme Wars

#KeiserReport act as a medium this episode in order to contact the dead media which died a gory death on November 8. We talk meme wars, the medium as the message and the failure of modern journalistic technique. Max interviews award-winning independent journalist and groundbreaking social media and mobile technology as journalism pioneer Tim Pool about the role of the media and meme wars in getting Trump elected.

[KR994] Keiser Report: Making America Great(er) Again

We discuss making America great again… or at least giving it a greater number of states. Will the US soon have a 51st state? Keiser Report looks at the latest election news from Puerto Rico to find out. In the second half, Max interviews Cate Long about the latest on the island’s debt crisis.

[KR993] Keiser Report: Trumponomics

We address the policy vacuum of the President-elect by guessing what his policy toward fracking might be. If he wants to ‘save coal’, as he claims, it is fracking (a policy pushed by Hillary Clinton) that hurt coal mining more than environmental regulations. We also look at the false promise of genetically modified crops. In the second half Max continues his interview with Dr. Michael Hudson about what went wrong for Hillary.