Sunday, June 18, 2017

'Sunday Morning with Robert Wenzel'

Looking for something to watch and listen to before the Sunday talk shows come on?

I am at your service.

I am in the process of creating a new youtube series, "Sunday Morning with Robert Wenzel."

Don't let the bland, neutral title of the show fool you. It will be a discussion about economics in a fashion that I have never seen presented before.

At times, it will be in your face.  At times you will see arguments that have never been made before.

Occasionally, I will give tips to students on how to mess with their mainstream teachers in economics classes.

And, I am sure I will create even more enemies among some of those who claim to be students of Austrian economics.

In short, it will be educational and a lot of fun. The first episode will be live July 15.

If you have any questions about economics or if you have any topic you would like me to discuss, email me with details and I will see if I can work it into an episode.



  1. Sounds great, Bob.
    I've often pondered the value the IRS puts on labor. Other than the paltry "standard deduction", they seem to value it at zero. When you work for wages, you're actually SELLING your labor. So why no cost basis?
    Anyhow, I would enjoy a discussion of this.

    1. They avoid dealing with it because that opens up a nasty can of worms with regard to the definition of income and income taxes on wages. Too many questions that aren't supposed to be asked. See Larkin Rose's old video where he goes through the history of the income tax and changes therein over time. The IRS does not want that can opened.

  2. Being interested in mathematical modeling of the hard sciences, I would like to see some discussion about where Keynesians dream up their economic calculations from.

  3. I look forward to it. Best of luck!

    I suggest a debate between you and Walter Block on your PPS.