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Bloomberg View: Opinion Podcast

Editorials and commentaries from Bloomberg View - the opinion section of Bloomberg.

  • Jonathan Bernstein on Republicans Chase Rockefellers (Audio)

    May 21, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Jonathan Bernstein presents a commentary arguing that it’s still unclear if the Freedom Caucus is anything more than another step in the endless one-upmanship over who gets to be the True Conservative. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Los Angeles’s Minimum-Wage Experiment: View (Audio)

    May 21, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that Los Angeles’s new $15 minimum wage presents a good chance for all cities to find out whether this is a feasible way to raise the incomes of the low-paid. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Megan McArdle on Americans Squeezed by Forces (Audio)

    May 20, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Megan McArdle presents a commentary arguing that college professors, manufacturing workers and recent college graduates, all have something in common. As a group, they are seeing the terms of their employment reset downward. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Ramadi’s Fall, Obama’s Strategy, Iraq’s Future: View (Audio)

    May 20, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that as Iraq fights to retake Mosul from Islamic State, it must ensure that the battle is waged in a way that helps heal sectarian divisions. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • William Pesek on China Needs a Grown-Up Central Bank (Audio)

    May 19, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist William Pesek presents a commentary arguing that for all the talk of China becoming a mature global power, the country seems destined, in the immediate future, to remain a financial black box. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • NSA Reform Comes Down to the Wire: View (Audio)

    May 19, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that the Senate should push through its version of the National Security Agency reforms that have just passed in the House. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Ramesh Ponnuru on Immigrants and Your Flat Paycheck (Audio)

    May 18, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Ramesh Ponnuru presents a commentary arguing that we should refrain from increasing immigration and should perhaps even reduce it. But one thing lower immigration will not do is boost middle-class paychecks. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • In Defense of Nafta: View (Audio)

    May 18, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that the North American Free Trade Agreement, which took effect in 1994, has helped to raise the living standards of Americans, Canadians and Mexicans. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • Jonathan Bernstein on the Battle of the $20 Bill (Audio)

    May 15, 2015

    Bloomberg View columnist Jonathan Bernstein presents a commentary arguing that as wonderful as they are, let’s keep Ella Fitzgerald or Katharine Hepburn or other brilliant cultural figures off our currency. The key is to keep the tradition of honoring greatness in public affairs. This commentary aired on Bloomberg Radio.

  • California’s Future Is in Australia: View (Audio)

    May 15, 2015

    Bloomberg View senior executive editor David Shipley presents an editorial arguing that the California’s strict limits on water use may be necessary, but they should be accompanied by something more rational and efficient. This editorial aired on Bloomberg Radio.

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