Rough Seas Ahead.
Michael Belkin, publisher of The Belkin Report, on this week’s huge market fallout, how banks are set to be hit particularly hard, and the many threats facing the petrodollar
The White House from the Inside. Dan Bongino, former Secret Service agent & former candidate for U.S. Senate in Maryland, on how the struggle in Europe to fight back against Islamic extremism, President Obama’s snub of Paris’ Unity Rally, and four Secret Service officials resigning in the wake of a host of scandals
Endangered Species: Young Entrepreneurs
Dane Stangler, vice president of research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation, on the benefits of young entrepreneurship, the current decline, and how to get things back on track. AND Dan Pierson, recent college grad & full-time worker at a consumer electronics company, on why -- despite a history of entrepreneurialism -- he decided to instead take a job with a big corporation
Busting the Overpopulation Myth. Joel Kotkin, author & fellow at Chapman University, on why Japan’s dramatically declining birth rate hurts its future growth prospects, why a growing population helps America, and how America’s middle-class is increasingly looking a lot like the lower class
The Government vs. The Shared Economy
The Government vs. The Shared Economy. Matthew Mitchell, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center, on how shared consumerism is helping offset the rising cost of living, how local governments are cracking down on companies like Uber and Lyft, and whether these companies’ aggressive marketing might be … too aggressive
Collapsing Oil & America’s Surging Energy Market. Gregory Zuckerman, special reporter at the Wall Street Journal, on how collapsing energy prices are impacting America’s domestic energy producers, why he thinks oil will stay below under $100/barrel for years to come, and his book on fracking,"The Frackers: The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters"