politics

Are Our First Amendment Rights Under Attack?

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Thursday’s show, the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss and I discuss the incidence of anxiety and depression in America and we also get an update on “Blue Zones” on the Paradise Coast. State House Representative-Elect Byron Donalds and I discuss recent developments in the Presidential ... Read More »

Hillary’s “Medical Episode”

Thanks for listening to the Bob Harden Show. On Tuesday’s show, we visit with author and Contributing Editor to Barron’s in Washington D.C., Jim McTague, about Hillary’s “medical episode.” We also the discuss the composition of the Federal Reserve Board and its signal for interest rate increases. State Representative and State Senate-Elect Kathleen Passidomo and I discuss local politics and ... Read More »

The Growing Popularity of School Choice

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Friday’s show, we visit with Keith Flaugh, co-founder of the SWFL Citizens’ Alliance, about the legislative opportunities for “school choice” in Florida. The Will Skillman Fellow in Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation Lindsey Burke and I continue the conversation about education in Collier County schools. The Founder and ... Read More »

Immigration Reform: The Road Ahead

Thanks for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the Constitutional power of the President with regard to national security and our civil rights with Bob Levy, Chairman of the Cato Institute. We discuss the worldwide demand for energy and GE’s role in supplying materials to build coal plants with Professor at the University of Houston ... Read More »

The Life and Times of Cultural and Political Icon Phyllis Schlafly

Thanks for listening to the Bob Harden Show. On Tuesday’s show, we discuss this week’s “New Works Festival” with the Founder and Producing Artistic Director of Gulfshore Playhouse Kristen Coury. We visit with author and Contributing Editor to Barron’s in Washington D.C., Jim McTague, about the abbreviated session of Congress that begins today and what it could mean to the ... Read More »

Finding Common Ground

Happy Labor Day! Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Monday’s show, we discuss recent developments in Germany, China, Syria, Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss the challenge of having meaningful discussions with those with whom we disagree with the President of the Foundation for Economic Education Larry Reed. ... Read More »

States Take a Stand Against Centralization of Education

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Friday’s show, we visit with Keith Flaugh, co-founder of the SWFL Citizens’ Alliance, about Tuesday’s local voting results in Collier and Lee Counties. The Will Skillman Fellow in Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation Lindsey Burke and I discuss the growing discontent with Common Core and Federal intervention in ... Read More »

Zika Virus Update

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Thursday’s show, the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss and I discuss the outbreak and containment of the Zika Virus on the Paradise Coast. Newly elected Florida State House Representative Byron Donalds and I discuss his campaign as well as the results of other local elections. ... Read More »

Balancing Act: Civil Liberties and National Security

Thanks for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the legal tension between our civil liberties and national security with Bob Levy, Chairman of the Cato Institute. We discuss the failures and fallout from the Iran Nuclear Deal with Professor at the University of Houston and author of “Scared Witless: the Prophets and Profits of Climate ... Read More »

The Economic Calendar and the Presidential Race

Thanks for listening to the Bob Harden Show. On Tuesday’s show, we visit with Lee Dixon, candidate for Collier County School Board in District 4. We discuss the economic calendar and the presidential election with author and Contributing Editor to Barron’s in Washington D.C., Jim McTague. State Representative Kathleen Passidomo and I discuss state education as well as her campaign ... Read More »