Sinopsis

Dylan Ratigan is running for Congress in NY's 21st Congressional District.Dylan has lived in Lake Placid since 2012. His family roots in the Adirondacks and North Country go back before the American Revolution. In 2012, Dylan invested his life savings and founded a company that designs modern farming kits to assist military veterans in operating small farms. He is a former news anchor and commentator for CNBC and MSNBC, and former executive at Bloomberg News. Dylan Ratigan is a world-renowned business leader and author of a best-selling book on concrete solutions for increasing investments, jobs, and opportunities in America.

Episodios

  • Greedy Bastards Antidote: Mark Meckler and David DeGraw Austin Parkcast

    Greedy Bastards Antidote: Mark Meckler and David DeGraw "Austin Parkcast"

    09/02/2012 Duración: 09min

    After our TV show today, we decided to do a quick outdoor "Parkcast" under the shadow of the Texas State Capitol building. Here's Dylan's conversation with Mark Meckler of the Tea Party Patriots and David DeGraw of AmpedStatus.com, and one of the original organizers of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

  • Dylan with Curtis Sliwa on AM970 The Apple

    Dylan with Curtis Sliwa on AM970 The Apple

    09/02/2012 Duración: 08min

    On Wednesday, February 8 2012 Dylan Ratigan joined AM970 The Apple's Curtis Sliwa for a conversation on Greedy Bastards, the 2012 election, and the state of the U.S. economy. Curtis is one of our favorite NY radio hosts, and we always love having Dylan on his show. Take a listen!

  • GBA Auction 2012 - Education with Chris Kirkham

    GBA "Auction 2012" - Education with Chris Kirkham

    02/02/2012 Duración: 13min

    GBA "Auction 2012" - Education with Chris Kirkham by Dylan Ratigan

  • GBA Auction 2012 - Health Care with Paul Blumenthal

    GBA "Auction 2012" - Health Care with Paul Blumenthal

    01/02/2012 Duración: 11min

    Dylan Ratigan and Paul Blumenthal of The Huffington Post continue our "Auction 2012" series with a discussion on the bought nature of our health care system in America. Paul Blumenthal is a reporter for the Huffington Post covering money and influence in politics. He previously worked as the Senior Writer for the Sunlight Foundation covering influence, lobbying, and transparency issues. His work has been featured in many different outlets including PBS' Frontline, CNN, the New York Review of Books, the New York Times, and National Journal. He can be reached at paulblumenthal@huffingtonpost.com or you can follow him on Twitter @PaulBlu.

  • GBA Auction 2012 - Energy with Dan Froomkin

    GBA "Auction 2012" - Energy with Dan Froomkin

    30/01/2012 Duración: 15min

    Dylan talks to Dan Froomkin, senior Washington correspondent for the Huffington Post, about the hidden costs of energy in America. Dan describes the latest big lobbying victories for the industry, and how lobbyists focus most on making enormous tax breaks and subsidies politically untouchable. In addition, he describes what may be their greatest success -- stifling any attempts to assess the industry for its carbon externalities. Paul previously spent 12 years working for the Washington Post, and is also deputy editor of NiemanWatchdog.org, a website that encourages more accountability journalism. He began his journalism career as a reporter at the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal, the Miami Herald and the Orange County (Calif.) Register.

  • GBA Auction 2012: Bought Banking with Paul Blumenthal

    GBA "Auction 2012": Bought Banking with Paul Blumenthal

    30/01/2012 Duración: 11min

    As part of our Auction 2012 series with The Huffington Post, Dylan talks to Paul Blumenthal about "Bought Banking." Paul is a reporter covering money in politics the editor of the HuffPost Fundrace newsletter, a daily newsletter about campaign fundraising and advertising. He previously worked as the Senior Writer for the Sunlight Foundation covering influence, lobbying, and transparency issues.

  • Dylan at the Commonwealth Club

    Dylan at the Commonwealth Club

    20/01/2012 Duración: 01h05min

    Dylan at the Commonwealth Club by Dylan Ratigan

  • Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 5 - Yves Smith and Extractionism

    Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 5 - Yves Smith and Extractionism

    12/12/2011 Duración: 15min

    This country, now more than ever, needs passionate debate and smart policy, a brazen willingness to scrap what doesn’t work, and the entrepreneurial spirit to try what does. Ratigan has compiled brash and fresh solutions for building a new and better America, and with this book he has started the debate America deserves. Visit GreedyBastards.com to learn more about why and how we need to Get Money Out to restore our republic.

  • Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 4 - Gretchen Morgenson and Swaps

    Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 4 - Gretchen Morgenson and Swaps

    05/12/2011 Duración: 13min

    It's another episode of Greedy Bastards Antidote. Today, we're talking about credit default swaps -- Greedy Bastards' favorite financial innovation of the past ten years. Think of a swap as an opportunity for financial companies to sell insurance on credit. In this podcast, you'll learn exactly what credit default swaps are, and why they're dangerous to our economy. Our guest is Gretchen Morgenson - Gretchen is a business reporter/columnist at the New York Times where she also serves as Assistant Business and Financial Editor. She is co-author with Josh Rosner of the bestselling book Reckless Endangerment: How Outsized Ambition, Greed and Corruption Led to Economic Armageddon.

  • Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 3: Chris Whalen and Credit Default Swaps

    Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 3: Chris Whalen and Credit Default Swaps

    05/12/2011 Duración: 17min

    It's another episode of Greedy Bastards Antidote. Today, we're talking about credit default swaps -- Greedy Bastards' favorite financial innovation of the past ten years. Think of a swap as an opportunity for financial companies to sell insurance on credit. In this podcast, you'll learn exactly what credit default swaps are, and why they're dangerous to our economy. Our guest is Chris Whalen of Institutional Risk Analytics, contributor to Ritholtz.com, and editor of the Insitutional Risk Analyst, a weekly news analysis and commentary on risk and the global political economy.

  • Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 2: Dr. Jeffrey Brenner  Hot-Spotting Healthcare

    Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 2: Dr. Jeffrey Brenner & Hot-Spotting Healthcare

    28/11/2011 Duración: 18min

    Dylan talks to Dr. Jeffrey Brenner about hot-spotting in health care.

  • Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 1: David Banks  Hot-spotting Education

    Greedy Bastards Antidote Ep 1: David Banks & Hot-spotting Education

    28/11/2011 Duración: 21min

    In the first of our podcast series "Greedy Bastards Antidote," Dylan talks to David Banks, educational "hot-spotter" and founding principal of the Eagle Academy for Young Men, which runs schools for young men in the South Bronx, Brooklyn and Southeast Queens.

  • RFD #77: John Bonifaz  Free Speech for People

    RFD #77: John Bonifaz & Free Speech for People

    22/11/2011 Duración: 09min

    Director and Co-Founder of Free Speech For People John Bonifaz joins Radio Free Dylan today to discuss his organization's mission of overturning the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling. Is there precedent for this sort of action? Is it even possible? Our system of American democracy may depend on it.

  • RFD #78: The Launch of United Republic

    RFD #78: The Launch of United Republic

    18/11/2011 Duración: 21min

    RFD #78: The Launch of United Republic by Dylan Ratigan

  • RFD #76 Landon Rowland on Bought Justice

    RFD #76 Landon Rowland on Bought Justice

    03/11/2011 Duración: 17min

    Are our judges as bought as our politicians are? One of the people most concerned about this is Landon Rowland, Janus Capital Chairman Emeritus and the 15th president of the Kansas City Southern Railway. Dylan had a chance to have an extended conversation with Mr. Rowland about the importance of independent judiciaries in sustaining economic development and encouraging investment, the corrupting effect of money in judicial elections, and the danger of letting "the rule of cash prevail over the rule of law."

  • Dylans Inbox: Chris on Investigating the Federal Reserve

    Dylan's Inbox: Chris on Investigating the Federal Reserve

    31/10/2011 Duración: 51s

    We get emails, lots of them! In this one, Chris from Fairbanks, Alaska wants to know: Why hasn't there been an investigation into the Federal Reserve and party-interest transactions? I think knowing how the Fed really works would be instructive on the influence of money in politics.

  • Dylans Inbox: Johnny in Texas: Strategic Intervention for Oil

    Dylan's Inbox: Johnny in Texas: Strategic Intervention for Oil

    31/10/2011 Duración: 01min

    We get emails, lots of them! Here, Johnny in Texas wants to know: You mentioned our oil advantage in the victory of World War II. Could our strategic interventions abroad in the name of oil be classified as defending America?

  • Dylans Inbox: William on the First Amendment  Protests

    Dylan's Inbox: William on the First Amendment & Protests

    31/10/2011 Duración: 02min

    We get lots of emails -- here, a question from William in Baltimore: How can Federal, state or municipal governments circumvent the First Amendment with so called "permit requirements?" It seems like these new regulations on protest, voting, and the right to assemble don't really line up with the First Amendment.

  • Dylans Inbox: Mike in Alabama on the Fallacy of FINRA

    Dylan's Inbox: Mike in Alabama on the "Fallacy of FINRA"

    31/10/2011 Duración: 01min

    We get lots of emails -- here, Mike in Alabama wants to know: When will the fallacy known as FINRA finally be exposed for the sham it is? Getting assistance from them is about as likely as a personal meeting with the Pope.

  • Dylans Inbox: Phil on the Occupy Movement

    Dylan's Inbox: Phil on the Occupy Movement

    31/10/2011 Duración: 01min

    We get lots of emails -- here's Dylan's answer to Phil's question: Is the Occupy movement here to stay? Do you think it is movement that is going to successfully change the system or is it just a flash in the pan?

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