We the People vs. They the Gov’t. Dick Sim, author and former CEO and chairman of two NYSE-listed corporations, on the coming clash between the U.S., EU and the Middle East and Africa, how disparities are fueling driving geopolitical changes, and his new book, “Freedom to Argue: We the People Versus They the Government”
Second Hour - The Anti-Globalism Wave Rolls into Italy. John Rubino, publisher of DollarCollapse.com & author of “The Money Bubble,” on Italy becoming the l...
Trust in Trump?
Forecasting an Economy After Trump. Chris Whalen, senior managing director and head of research at Kroll Bond Rating Agency, on what Trump’s surprise victory will mean for markets through the end of the year, what his first focus should be, and how his views on monetary policy will impact the larger global economy
Second Hour: America’s Dumbest Generation? Christopher Koopman, senior research fellow at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center, on millennials’ unashamed emb...
Is America About to Have Its Own Brexit?
ObamaCare After Election Day. Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former official at the FDA & current resident scholar at AEI, on the two possibilities for what happens with ObamaCare after Election Day, the myths Obama is spreading about ObamaCare, and the death spiral many economists say the system is descending into
Second Hour: Donald Trump, The Comeback Kid? Wayne Allyn Root, former Libertarian presidential candidate & author of “The Power of Relentlessness: 7 Secrets to Achieving Mega-...
Our Fragile Civilization
What’s So Bad About an AT&T/Time Warner Behemoth? Wayne Crews, VP for policy & director of technology studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, on what consumers will get from AT&T’s proposed purchase of Time Warner, whether Trump’s right too much power is being consolidated in too few hands, and why the feds should butt out