politics

The Federalist Papers and the Promise of American Life

On Monday’s show, we discuss developments and news from Israel, ISIS, Iran, Africa, and Iraq with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss The Federalist Papers and “The Federalist and the American Way of Life” with Professor of Politics at The King’s College David Corbin. We also discuss the IMF and Ukraine as well as textbook review by the Collier ... Read More »

Solar Panel Scams in Florida

On Friday’s show, the Editor-at-Large of Discover Magazine Corey Powell and I discuss the meaning of the Star Trek movement in the wake of Leonard Nimoy’s death. The President of Taxpayer’s Protection Alliance David Williams and I discuss solar panel scams that’s prevalent in Florida. The author of “Where Should We Eat” Sharon Kenny and I discuss great restaurants where ... Read More »

Byron Donalds: Candidate for Florida State House

On Thursday’s show, we meet the new Medical Director of NCH Healthcare Dr. Astor and discuss our relationship with insurance companies with the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss. Byron Donalds and I discuss his decision to run for the State House in District 80 as well as his views on education and regulations in Florida. We ... Read More »

The Supreme Court and Religious Freedom

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the Supreme Court’s position on religious freedom with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. We also visit with Collier County School Board member Erika Donalds, the Founder and President of Maximize Your Talent Art DeLorenzo, and Newsmax columnist Larry Bell. We have terrific guests scheduled for Thursday’s show including the President and CEO ... Read More »

Florida’s Legislative Session Begins

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss the opening day of Florida’s legislative session as well as key issues including over-regulation, Common Core, and elder abuse with State Representative Kathleen Passidomo. The Founder and President of the Freedom & Virtue Institute Ismael Hernandez explains how the Institute teaches young children the virtues on free enterprise and self-reliance. We also visit with Barron’s ... Read More »

Israel, Iran, and the Netanyahu Visit

On Monday’s show, we discuss developments and news from Israel, Iran, and Ukraine with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss the next Florida State Legislative Session with the Florida State Director of Americans for Prosperity Chris Hudson. We also feature another edition of “Cop Talk” with the Collier County’s Sheriff’s Office and continue the discussion about textbook review by ... Read More »

The Costs and Consequences of Dodd-Frank

On Friday’s show, the President and CEO of the Foundation for Government Accountability Tarren Bragdon and I discuss Obamacare, www.healthcare.gov, and King v Burwell Supreme Court Case. FGCU Economics Professor Dean Stansel and I discuss the cost and other consequences of Dodd-Frank. The author of “Where Should We Eat” Sharon Kenny and I dining opportunities on the Paradise Coast. We ... Read More »

What is Common Core?

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the court injunction against Obama’s immigration executive order with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. Professor at the University of Wisconsin and Common Core expert Dr. Duke Pesta highlights just a few of the threats to public education presented by Common Core, and we discuss his workshops on the Paradise Coast this week. ... Read More »

The Republic and American Character and Culture

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss the Politics between “Ought” and “Is” with co-author of www.federalist.com and Professor of Politics at The King’s College David Corbin. We discuss the upcoming seventeenth annual “Lenten Soup for the Soul” luncheon gatherings with pastoral psychotherapist Rev. Sam Sowell. We also visit with our State Representative Kathleen Passidomo and with Boo Mortenson. We have great ... Read More »

Textbooks and the Collier County School Board

On Monday’s show, we discuss developments and news from Ukraine, Egypt, Israel and ISIS with author and historian Marc Schulman. We visit with dance instructor Johnny PerMar, the founder of the Hunger Ball, created for the benefit of St. Matthews House. We also continue the discussion about textbooks review by the Collier County School Board with local political activist David ... Read More »