John B. Taylor

Hoover Institution

Guest

Senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and economic advisor to John McCain's presidential campaign; former Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs (2001-2005)

John B. Taylor on KCRW

A front-page headline in today's New York Times says, " Parties Differ on Whom Economic Aid Should Help ."  But the story goes on to say that when a presidential campaign coincides…

The Presidential Candidates on the Economy

A front-page headline in today's New York Times says, " Parties Differ on Whom Economic Aid Should Help ."  But the story goes on to say that when a presidential campaign coincides…

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the legal ramifications for the people who mobbed the U.S. Capitol building, and for President Trump.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Immediate financial relief topped Governor Gavin Newsom's wishlist in an ambitious $227 billion spending plan he released Friday for the upcoming fiscal year.

from KCRW Features

George Clooney and his long-time producing partner Grant Heslov talk about their new movie “The Midnight Sky,” a post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama, now on Netflix.

from The Business

George Clooney exclusively told KCRW that President Donald Trump and his family will be put “into the dustbin of history” after a Trump-supporting mob besieged the Capitol building on…

from The Business

On President Joe Biden’s first day in office, he sent a comprehensive immigration bill to Congress that would put the U.S.’

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

These images show LA’s struggles and victories during the Trump years, and how activists and new leaders emerged.

from KCRW Features

Facebook has banned President Trump, at least until his term is over. Twitter issued a 12-hour suspension of his account on Wednesday.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Today the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for inciting an insurrection against the federal government. Ten Republicans broke party ranks to vote in favor.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With calls to stay home during the pandemic and threats of more violence in Washington, D.C., most Joe Biden supporters from Southern California will watch the inauguration virtually.

from Greater LA