Jeffrey Snider, head of global investment research at Alhambra Investment Partners, on why wages are so stagnant if the economy is recovering, spiking jobless claims, and why the Fed is positioning the U.S. to recreate Japan’s 30 year bear market
Second Hour: The Role of Race in 2016. Niger Innis, spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and chairman of Tea Party Forward, on how Trump can undo the damage with minority voters, whether Hillary really has a lock on black ...
Winning While America's Losing
Find Your Millions in the Morass. Jeff Cox, finance editor at CNBC.com, how to earn a return when markets are volatile, secret tricks from Warren Buffett, and his new book, “The 30-Minute Millionaire: The Smart Way to Achieving Financial Freedom”
Second Hour: Our Republican Constitution. Randy Barnett, constitutional law professor at Georgetown Law, on his most recent book, “Our Republican Constitution: Securing the Liberty and Sovereignty of We the People”
America, Now Just Another Country?
The Fed’s Cascading Failures. David Beckworth, scholar at the Mercatus Institute & associate professor at Western Kentucky University, on why the Fed made the recession much more painful, and why it’s currently botching its forward-looking guidance
Second Hour: The Scandal of Money. George Gilder, famed economist & publisher of the Gilder Technology Report, on his new book, "The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers but the Economy Never Does"
Surviving the War on Cash
The New Case for Gold. Jim Rickards, senior managing director at Tangent Capital, on his new book, "The New Case for Gold"
Second Hour: The Dollar’s Final Days? Axel Merk, president and chief investment officer at Merk Investments, on new data showing the dollar’s rise could be doomed, whether any real currencies remain, and why gold is doing so well in 2016