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In episode 366, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Sofiya Alexandra to discuss how to banish telemarketers from calling you, Modern Monetary Theory, Trump picking Herman Cain to run the Federal Reserve, Kirstjen Nielsen resigning as Homeland Security Secretary, how the Dunning Kruger Effect is selective, and more!


1.Banish telemarketers from your phone

2. Modern Monetary Theory Finds an Embrace in an Unexpected Place: Wall Street

3. MMT – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

4. Herman Cain drops out of presidential race

5. Why We Need the Fed

6.Trump Says Herman Cain, Ex-Pizza Executive, Is in ‘Good Shape’ for Fed Seat

7. Dimon: U.S. student loan debt is ‘now starting to affect the economy’

8. Kirstjen Nielsen Resigns as Trump’s Homeland Security Secretary

9. Trump is removing US Secret Service director

10.‘It’s way too many’: As vacancies pile up in Trump administration, senators grow concerned

11.Not so above average after all: When people believe they are worse than average and its implications for theories of bias in social comparison

12. Pessimistic Bias in Comparative Evaluations: A Case of Perceived Vulnerability to the Effects of Negative Life Events

13. WATCH: Infinite Bisous - Sole Mate

Topics in this Podcast: daily, zeitgeist, jack o'brien, miles gray, Sofiya alexandra, comedian, coachella, wall street, Jamie Dimon, herman cain, federal reserve, student loan debt, Kirstjen Nielsen, trump, department of homeland security, immigration, stephen miller, trump administration, mexico, bias, theory, 90 day fiance