In the latest episode of AEI’s Banter podcast, Stu and Andrew sit down with friend-of-the-show Daniel Cox of the Public Religion Research Institute to discuss religion, sports, and America. Their latest poll shows that about 3-in-10 (27%) Americans believe that God plays a role in determining which team wins a sporting event. What does this say about how Americans practice their religion? What kind of God do Americans believe in? Where do most Americans spend their Sunday, at church or watching football? We talk about all this and more. As a bonus, we sit down with Josh Good and Greg Lane of the Values and Capitalism project and talk about their upcoming events. Enjoy!
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This time on Banter, Stu and Apoorva sit down with AEI Research Fellow Andrew Kelly to talk about his work on the politics of for-profit education. Think University of Phoenix.
It’s a fascinating discussion, and the boys even have time to chat a bit of politics and current events.
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As Apoorva returns to Banter this week, he joins Stu and Andrew to chat a bit about his trip to Poland as well as some current events in sports and the news. In particular, the guys talk about the fate of the debt limit deal and the prospects for a full NFL season.
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On this week’s Banter we sit down with AEI’s Director of Economic Policy Studies Kevin Hassett to talk about the economics of the NFL draft. The guys also discuss Apoorva’s article from the WSJ Asia and the feedback he’s received.
Here are a few charts to accompany the podcast: