The Freer the Trade, the Better
How Not to Fix What Ails America. Liz Peek, reporter & columnist for Fox News and the Financial Times, on why Democrats can’t fix inner cities, why Bill needs to teach Hillary economics, and Obama’s backward plan to fix the climate
The Freer the Trade, the Better. Don Boudreaux, senior fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University & author of the book “Globalization,” on why the Trans Pacific Partnership will enhance prosperity on both sides of the Pacific
Warning: Why 2015 Is Looking a Lot Like 2009
Michael Belkin, publisher of The Belkin Report, on why the latest economic data is starting to eerily mirror pre-crash 2009 [Check out his new stock forecast here] Second Hour: How Americans Are Losing a War Few Realize We’re Fighting. John Whitehead, attorney and founder of the Rutherford Institute, on his new book, “Battlefield America; the War on the American People”Play Download
The 2016 Campaign Begins
Jonathan Hoenig, founding member of the Capitalist Pig hedge fund & regular contributor on Fox News, on how investors should view Rand Paul’s entry into the 2016 campaign; also, how can Americans responsibly rebel against Tax Day?
Second Hour: California’s Man-Made Drought. Tony François, senior staff attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, on why California would currently have plenty of water if it weren’t for busybody bureaucrats from Washington
Sun Setting on the West?
Derek Scissors, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute & author of the “China Global Investment Tracker,” on why America’s allies are abandoning Obama’s entreaties and signing up to join China’s new infrastructure bank -- and what that says about the geopolitical future
ALSO - Life Lessons from the NFL. Jeff Kemp, former NFL quarterback & author of the new book “Facing the Blitz: Three Strategies for Turning Trials into Triumphs,” on how thinking like an NFL quarterback can help you overcome personal and professional obstacles