politics

The Fed, the Economy, Politics, and Financial Markets

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss the economy, the Fed, politics, and the markets with Barron’s Washington Bureau Chief Jim McTague. We discuss key legislation passed in Florida’s Special Legislative Session with State Representative Kathleen Passidomo, We also visit with Pastoral Psychotherapist Sam Sewell about effective decision-making and with Boo Mortenson about some of her humorous observations about daily life. We ... Read More »

Pope Francis and Climate Change

On Monday’s show, we visit with Ambassador Francis Rooney, the former Ambassador to the Vatican, about the Pope’s position on climate change. We discuss current world events with author and historian Marc Schulman. We also discuss the climate change propaganda distributed to AP students in Collier County Schools with political activist David Bolduc. We have great guests lined up for ... Read More »

Obamacare and the Supreme Court

On Friday’s show, Florida State House candidate Byron Donalds and I discuss the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision on Obamacare both judicially and politically. The Senior Writer for the Washington Examiner Charles Hoskinson and I discuss recent developments and the political fallout in the Iran nuclear deal. We also discuss Senator Rand Paul’s tax plan with FGCU Economics Professor ... Read More »

Katherine Atholl: A “Real Hero”

On Thursday’s show, the President of the Foundation for Economic Education, Larry Reed, and I discuss Katherine Atholl, a subject of his “Real Heroes” series. The President of Less Government Seton Motley and I discuss the policies of the EPA that inhibit business growth. The President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss and I discuss the Low Income ... Read More »

Environmentalism Gone Mad

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss our economic liberties with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. Andrew Joppa and I discuss his latest blog post, “Neither Princes, Presidents nor Popes” as well as his newly released book, “Josephus of Oz.”. The Deputy Editor of Red Alert Politics Ashley Dobson and I discuss the impact of millennials on the 2016 ... Read More »

Litigation and Merchant Credit Card Fees

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss litigation and merchant credit card fees with Barron’s Washington Bureau Chief Jim McTague. We discuss the outcome of Florida’s Special Legislative Session with our State Representative Kathleen Passidomo, We also visit with Pastoral Psychotherapist Sam Sewell about “consciousness enhancement” and with Boo Mortenson about her humorous observations about daily life. We have great guests lined ... Read More »

The Legacy of Hayek Made Simple

On Monday’s show, we visit with George Mason University Economics Professor Don Boudreaux about his new book “The Essential Hayek” – a “must” read for elected officials and all high school students. We discuss current world events with author and historian Marc Schulman. We also discuss the tragic and horrific murders in Charleston, South Carolina with political activist David Bolduc. ... Read More »

Parental Involvement in Collier County Schools

On Friday’s show, Collier County School Board member Kelly Lichter and I discuss the questionable material found in Collier County school libraries and summer reading lists and the need for greater citizen and parental awareness and involvement. The Deputy Editor of Red Alert Politics Ashley Dobson and I discuss Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s efforts to end “tenure” for state college ... Read More »

Civil Asset Forfeiture and Eminent Domain Abuse

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss civil asset forfeiture and eminent domain abuse with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. Andrew Joppa and I discuss his latest blog post, “Come on in – the Water’s Fine” as well as his newly released book, “Josephus of Oz.”. The Executive Director of the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention & Visitors Bureau ... Read More »

Is “Obamatrade” Free Trade?

On Friday’s show, Founding member and Leader of the Southwest Florida Citizens’ Alliance Keith Flaugh and I discuss the pornographic material found in Collier County school libraries and summer reading lists and the need for greater parental awareness and involvement. We discuss “Obamatrade” with the Executive Vice President of the National Taxpayers Union Brandon Arnold, We also visit with FGCU ... Read More »