Scott Shackford Talks Mortgage Settlements and Housing Policy with Jerry Doyle: 4:30 p.m. Eastern (1:30 p.m. Pacific)


Jerry Doyle Associate Editor Scott Shackford will be talking about states' novel spending decisions of their chunks of the national mortgage settlement today on the Jerry Doyle radio show at 1:30 p.m. Pacific time (4:30 p.m. Eastern).

Our "We Told You So" moment: Reason Foundation Director of Economic Research Anthony Randazzo predicted back in February the states' $2.5 billion haul of the mortgage settlement was all about scoring political points, not about giving money to any possible victims of foreclosure malfeasance.

Time: 1:30 PM Pacific Time today (4:30 PM Eastern).

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  2. Ha! Micheal Girabaldi himself! I listen to this fellow; he’s pretty good entertainment. I like it when Bill Wattenburg PhD guests hosts for him.

    So, is TJDS becoming Reason Radio now? I would have to say Tim Cavanaugh is the best consistent Reason guest. When Doherty was a guest earlier this week, JD plugged his book thrice times. I’m surprised they didn’t try to pimp ShamWows.

  3. So how did I do? That was my first outing representing Reason in public.

    1. You did fine, Scott. You sounded younger than I expected. Jerry dropped the phone line or something, which threw off the continuity and not your fault. But the robo-signing stuff is merely symptomatic of a larger problem.

      I’m also surprised Doherty didn’t ask you to pimp his book.

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