Guy Sorman

Guy Sorman

Guy Sorman, a French economist, is the leading advocate for free market and entrepreneurship in his country. He is often characterized as the modern Tocqueville . He is the author of 30 books dealing with progress and globalization, including his latest, Economics Does Not Lie. He is also a City Journal contributing editor and one of France's leading public intellectuals. He has often written in defense of free markets and the free society in Europe.

Guy is an entrepreneur and publisher of many magazines he created in France and in the U.S. In 2013, he became the CEO of France -Amerique, a monthly bilingual magazine about French culture.

In 2015, Guy and his wife became U.S. citizens, remaining French citizens as well. Their choice was dictated by their admiration for the U.S. Constitution.

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Guy Sorman joins Jim Blasingame to report that while Google, Amazon and Facebook are making money in the E.U., they aren’t paying taxes at a corresponding level, and that’s not sitting well with regulators.
Guy Sorman joins Jim Blasingame to report that the break between Great Britain and the EU – Brexit – is going to happen, but possibly without England’s ability to trade with the EU afterwards, which would not be good for GB on many levels.
Guy Sorman joins Jim Blasingame to report that the economy in the European Union is good, but the countries have a common problem: millions of disenfranchised immigrants who aren’t getting a proper education.