Guest Interviews

Mar. 08, 2015

Why the Fed Fears Transparency
Seth Lipsky, author & editor of The New York Sun, on why Janet Yellen so strongly opposed “audit the fed” legislation, why Americans should care, and Lipsky’s latest book, “The Floating Kilogram; … and Other Editorials on Money from the New York Sun” (Available for purchase here:

Jan. 22, 2017
The Coming Collapse of China?
Michael Auslin, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and author of the new book, “The End of the Asian Century: War, Stagnation, and the Risks to the World’s Most Dynamic Region,” on why the hype about China is just that, how Trump should handle the Asian region, and whether to worry about China fluffing its feathers over Trump’s overtures to Taiwan
Jan. 22, 2017
The Economics of Trumpism.
Jordan Goodman, founder and CEO of DRPM Group, on what Trump’s economic policies actually entail, whether he might have more luck running Washington like a business, and how Americans should structure their portfolio to face what’s coming
Dec. 18, 2016
The Anti-Globalism Wave Rolls into Italy
John Rubino, publisher of & author of “The Money Bubble,” on Italy becoming the latest arena for an anti-globalist revolt, how the world’s elites don’t appreciate the uprising transpiring against them, why Trump can’t save America from the next economic crisis (and gold’s still set to soar)
Dec. 18, 2016
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”
Nov. 13, 2016
America’s Dumbest Generation?
Christopher Koopman, senior research fellow at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center, on millennials’ unashamed embrace of the socialism label, the growing ignorance of communism’s dark history, and why digging through survey data reveals cause for optimism
Nov. 13, 2016
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
Nov. 06, 2016
Donald Trump, The Comeback Kid?
Wayne Allyn Root, former Libertarian presidential candidate & author of “The Power of Relentlessness: 7 Secrets to Achieving Mega-Success, Financial Freedom, and the Life of Your Dreams,” on the latest developments into the FBI’s investigation of Hillary’s server and the Clinton Foundation; also, can Trump complete the comeback this Tuesday?
Nov. 06, 2016
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
Oct. 30, 2016
What’s So Bad About an AT&T/Time Warner Behemoth?
Wayne Crews, VP for policy & director of tecnology 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
Oct. 16, 2016
Busting the Inequality Myth
Edward Conard, former managing director of Bain Capital and adviser to Mitt Romney, on how free market advocates can regain control of the GOP, the upside of more immigration, and his new book, “The Upside of Inequality: How Good Intentions Undermine the Middle Class”
Oct. 16, 2016
What the FBI Didn’t Tell Us About Its Hillary Investigation
Ed Klein, #1 New York Times best-selling author and former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine, on his new book, “Guilty as Sin: Uncovering New Evidence of Corruption and How Hillary Clinton and the Democrats Derailed the FBI Investigation”
Oct. 02, 2016
Victims of Anti-Gun Laws
John Lott, economist & author of the seminal "More Guns, Less Crime," on the dangers of “gun-free zones,” how the Second Amendment could shape November, and his new book, “The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies”
Oct. 02, 2016
Your Financial Adviser’s Illusion of Wealth
Doug Eberhardt, financial analyst and author, on why what most perceive as wealth is just an illusion, how to earn real returns in an era of ever-increasing uncertainty, and other tips from his new book, “Illusions of Wealth: Actively Manage Your Investments or Expect Losses in this Volatile Economy”
Sep. 18, 2016
The Apple vs. EU Showdown.
John Browne, former member of Britain’s parliament and a member of the UK Independence Party, on the EU’s attempt to extort Apple for $15 billion, why Ireland doesn’t want the billions the EU says it’s owed, and how large international organizations like the EU undermine tax competition
Sep. 18, 2016
America on the Brink
David Stockman, former OMB director & author of the best-seller "The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America," on how the fed has hollowed out America’s economy, his prospects for a Donald Trump presidency, and his new book, “Trumped! A Nation on the Brink of Ruin … and How to Bring It Back”
Aug. 28, 2016
Making Sense of America’s Mess.
Mark Davis, author and talk radio host, on his new book, “Upside Down: How the Left Turned Right into Wrong, Truth into Lies, and Good into Bad”
Aug. 28, 2016
Souring on Our Soaring Markets.
Bo Polny, financial trends forecaster & publisher of Gold2020Forecast, on markets reaching all-time highs, gold’s golden year, and why all signs point to a historic crisis in 2016
Aug. 14, 2016
Clinton Cash, Cont’d
Peter Schweizer, author of the best-seller, “Clinton Cash,” on new emails revealing how the Clinton Foundation was used to help Clinton donors receive favors from the feds, Hillary’s ties to Russian oligarchs, and the new edition of his book, “Clinton Cash: a Graphic Novel”
Aug. 14, 2016
The Future Failed to Deliver
Danielle DiMartino Booth, former adviser to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas & publisher of the financial forecasting service Money Strong, on how the Jetsons’ shows America hasn’t lived up to our optimistic expectations for the future, why productivity is declining, and why all signs point to an imminent recession [Note: This segment should be the first hour]
Aug. 07, 2016
The Case Against the More Trade
Curtis Ellis, executive director for the American Jobs Alliance, on why Trump is right to lead the charge against the TPP, why Republican voters are falling out of love with free trade, and how Hillary is misleading on her actual plans for the TPP
Aug. 07, 2016
Tale of the Tape: Hillary vs. Trump on Taxes
Gerard Lameiro, author & engineer, on which candidate’s tax plan has the best shot of accelerating America’s economy, why the Trump candidacy signals the end of the Republican Party as we know it, and how Brexit is the start of a larger global rejection of the status quo
Jul. 31, 2016
The Problem with Socialism
Tom DiLorenzo, author and economics professor, on the millennials’ disturbing embrace of Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton’s socialist “solution” to soaring tuition, and his latest book, “The Problem with Socialism”
Jul. 31, 2016
The World Is $300 Trillion in Debt
Richard Duncan, author & financial analyst, on how the world over the last few decades has relied on debt-fueled growth, why Janet Yellen is going to do everything she can to prop up the economy ahead of November, and his prediction of a historic crisis ahead
Jul. 24, 2016
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
Jul. 24, 2016
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
Jul. 10, 2016
'The New Prostitution Economy'
Brandon Wade, entrepreneur & founder/CEO of SeekingArrangement, on how a slowing economy is boosting growth in the sugar daddy market and how sites like his are changing the nature of relationships
Jun. 26, 2016
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
Jun. 26, 2016
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
Jun. 19, 2016
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”
Jun. 19, 2016
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