Writings & Appearances – May 29, 2020

Back in the California office, some taste of normalcy and freedom can now be found, even as the nation and the economy struggle to figure out where we go from here.  I have some opinions on where we are headed, and even more opinions on where we ought to be headed, and have recently discussed so much of the economy, cultural, and political aspects of this current moment in various media.  The last couple weeks of activity are here for your perusal …

National Video Call

Join me for The Bahnsen Group’s bi-weekly national video call on Monday, June 1st at 11:00 AM PDT. Markets are continuing to shock investors and a wide array of interpretations of health data and economic data are circulating. We will delve into all of this and more.

Details Here


A Couple of Short Pieces, At National Review:

Boiling Over (written in response to Andrew Sorkin’s on-air tantrum on CNBC) :

Andrew Ross Sorkin’s frustration over having missed so much of the post-COVID realities in markets and economic life boiled over…

I spoke with Steve Cortes on his radio show about my piece and the event.


Testing the Waters:

Earlier this week, the Treasury Department sold 20-year Treasury Bonds for the first time since 1986…

I wrote about the normal future of financial markets at DividendCafe.com

The Sobering, Thrilling Reality of ‘Back to Normal’ – May 22, 2020

Regular updates on the COVID Pandemic and the reopening of America at:

COVID and Markets.com

Watch / Listen

On Fox's Making Money - Energy and the Federal Reserve


National Review Podcast: Radio Free California

Episode 122: Judgment Day For the Ninth Circuit

David and Will spend too much time on Trump vs Twitter, and then consider the Ninth Circuit’s decision declaring the Bill of Rights a “suicide pact” to be suspended by judges “with a little practical wisdom.”

National Review’s The Editors Podcast

Episode 219: David Bahnsen

David joins Rich Lowry to discuss the state of the economy, unemployment, and how he thinks the U.S. will emerge from this crisis.