Larry Kudlow On Saturday Morning Radio

Larry Kudlow, talking about the morality of capitalism vs. the immorality of socialism. Saturday mornings WABC radio, 10:00 AM, 770 AM dial.

Larry Kudlow, talking about the morality of capitalism vs. the immorality of socialism. Saturday mornings. WABC radio, 10:00 AM, 770 AM dial.

If you’re driving around this morning, tune in 770 on your AM dial at 10:00 AM, and listen to Larry Kudlow’s Saturday morning show on WABC radio. Kudlow and his guests, mostly economists and financial people, are an antidote to all the left-wing blather that poured over you during the week.

You may not even be aware of the pro-government slant of the usual news program, so Kudlow’s show might shock you, but I don’t think you’ll disagree with any of his conclusions. This week, I expect him to opine on Greenwich’s own David Stockman, among other things.

3 thoughts on “Larry Kudlow On Saturday Morning Radio

    • Art;
      Yep, I’m a big fan of the guy, how can you not be, after all? He’s relentlessly positive, so I suppose, to some, that would be a “flaw”, but I think his optimism is always tempered by his experience and the facts on the table at any given moment.

      Probably doesn’t hurt that he put his life back together after beating drug (alcohol?) addiction. That sort of thing, to paraphrase Mr. Nietzsche, either kills you, or makes you stronger.

  1. For whatever reason, he thinks we are in a recovery, albeit an anemic one. Given his background, I guess I can’t fault him, after all, he did work in the government and trusted the numbers it published. Seems he’s conditioned to believe them now too, even though they are so obviously being cooked for the benefit of the Obamaphate.

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