Author Archives: radiobob

American Culture and the “Golden Rule”

Thanks for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On Monday’s show, we visit with author, historian, and Founder and Publisher of historycentral.com, Marc Schulman about current world affairs including developments in China, Sudan and Iran. We discuss the Golden Rule and its importance to our culture and rule of law with Larry Reed, ... Read More »

Celebrating Bastille Day!

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with Collier County Public School parent and Mason Classical Academy Board Member David Bolduc about the controversy surrounding Mason Classical Academy as well as the recently published results of public-school rankings in ... Read More »

Intellectual Property and Our Economy

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On today’s show visit with the co-founder of the Florida Citizens Alliance Keith Flaugh about the questionable “due process” surrounding the Charter School Mason Classical Academy controversy. The Founder and President of Less Government Seton Motley and I discuss the reduced legal patent ... Read More »

Is America Great?

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On Wednesday’s show, we discuss a few of the rulings from the recent session of the U.S. Supreme Court with Constitutional scholar and Chairman of the Cato Institute, Bob Levy. “Josephus of Oz” author and Mercy College Professor Andrew Joppa and I discuss ... Read More »

Occam’s Razor, by Andrew Joppa

Occam’s Razor by Andy Joppa   Occam’s Razor, put simply, states: “the simplest solution is almost always the best.” It’s a problem-solving principle arguing that simplicity is better than complexity. Named after 14th-century logician and theologian William of Ockham, this theory has been helping many great thinkers for centuries. Many industries swear by it. Perhaps our federal government should consider operating ... Read More »

What About Our Debt and Unfunded Liabilities?

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On Tuesday’s show we visit with the Leadership Coalition on Aging Steering Committee Chair Heather Baker about their informative Empowerment Series event, “What to Do with All Your Stuff.” We discuss the unfunded liabilities of government programs like Medicare and Social Security with ... Read More »

Individual Liberty and “Facial Recognition”

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On Monday’s show, we the issue of “facial recognition” capability in government at all levels as well as current world events in Greece, Iran, and Mexico with author, historian, and Founder and Publisher of historycentral.com, Marc Schulman. We discuss “revisionist history” and the ... Read More »

Assessing Public School Performance Results

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with Collier County Public School parent and Mason Classical Academy Board Member David Bolduc about the Collier County public education performance results reported by the Florida Department of Education compared to the ... Read More »

God Bless America

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the rulings from the recent session of the U.S. Supreme Court with Constitutional scholar and Chairman of the Cato Institute, Bob Levy. “Josephus of Oz” author and Mercy College Professor Andrew Joppa and I discuss Antifa, Nike, “intersectionality, ... Read More »

The Sprit of ’76, by Andrew Joppa

  The Spirit of 76’ By Andy Joppa   On this July 4th I want to state without equivocation…I love America and all that it has meant to me and my family.  Nowhere on this planet could I have had a life that was defined primarily by two things, “could I do the job?” and then, “did I do the job?” That ... Read More »