Constitutional Creep. John Berlau, senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, on the government’s plans to manage your IRA and 401(K) for you, how crowdfunding is reshaping the investing landscape, and how the SEC’s in-house kangaroo court makes a mockery of justice
Second Hour: Being Pro-Choice on Financial Regulation. Andrew Langer, president of the Institute for Liberty, on a free market alternative to Dodd-Frank, the Financial CHOICE Act
A Summer of Rage?
Is America coming apart at the seams? Dawn discusses the recent spate of social unrest and what it portends for an already slowing economy.
Second Hour: The New Prostitution Economy. Brandon Wade, entrepreneur & founder/CEO of SeekingArrangement, on how a slowing economy is boosting growth in the sugar daddy market, how sites like his are changing the nature of relationships, and how he handles accusations he’s just a glorified pimp
The World After Brexit
The World After Brexit. Richard Williams, senior fellow at the Mercatus Center and former director at the FDA, on how insane EU regulations turned Brits against Brussels, the long-term market impact of Brexit, and what comes next
Second Hour: Ranking the States. Eileen Norcross, senior fellow at the Mercatus Center, on her new study ranking states by their fiscal health, what the rankings say about effective policy, and how it’s affecting population trends
America's Rise of Political Violence
Dissecting Donald’s Deal-Making Skills. Andrew Feinberg, author and former money manager, on whether Trump’s deal-making skills match his hype, a USA Today report alleging a history of stiffing his own workers, and, and assessing if he’s equipped to remake America
Second Hour: Liberty’s Last Stand. Stephen Coonts, author of more than a dozen New York Times best-selling books, on his latest, “Liberty’s Last Stand”