Michael Carrier is a law professor who wants to protect entrepreneurs’ rights on the Internet. We examine a law before Congress that could destroy the Internet as we know it, threatening advertisers, credit card companies, search engines and innovators.

Vikram Mansharamani is a Yale economist who examines the booms and busts in the first decade of the 21st Century and posits they can be identified and resolved. We look back at the roller coaster ride over the past decade from his book BoomBustology.

Jeffrey Cohn asks the age-old question, “Why Are We Bad At Picking Good Leaders?” He’s looked at the hundreds of attributes of a leader to determine which ones are the most reliable predictors of good leadership. Just in time for the 2012 elections, we discuss a better way to evaluate leadership potential from his book Why Are We Bad At Picking Good Leaders?

John Miller is a journalist who writes for the National Review, the Wall Street Journal, and many other publications. We look at violence in football. No, not modern football. Football at the turn of the 20th Century. He tells us how President Theodore Roosevelt took action to save the game from his book The Big Scrum.