Wall Street Protests and Wyoming Workforce Services on The Morning Zone[Audio]
Get Real, Get Informed, Get Political...Young people demanding justice on Wall Street is akin to shepherds fasting outside the wolves' den while demanding a promise their sheep will not be bothered again. The objective is commendable but the plan of action is sadly lacking. To have any chance of success against international bankers, the American middle class and poor (Left and Right) must overcome elitist domination of their respective political parties. Today at 7:37AM MDT on The Morning Zone, Dave Chaffin talks withWayne Jett, managing principal and chief economist of Classical Capital LLC, a California limited liability company engaged in economic analysis, asset management and investment advisory services. He has spoken to chartered financial analyst societies internationally on monetary policy reform since 2005. In 1999 and 2000, Jett wrote a book called A General Theory of Acquisitivity to explain that Adam Smith's "invisible hand" is actually a natural mechanism designed into each person, which efficiently allocates scarce resources to individuals able to use them most productively. In private law practice in California during 1970-1999, he argued cases in the Supreme Court of the United States, the U. S. Court of Appeals, and the federal and state trial and appellate courts and has led seminars in supply-side economics for CFA Society of Los Angeles and for Security Analysts of San Francisco, and he speaks and writes on constitutional, tax reform, monetary policy and financial market issues.
At 8:07AM, Director of Wyoming Workforce Service, Joan Evans, will be back with Dave for her monthly update on whats happening on the employment scene in Wyoming.