The Miraculous Story of Bikes for Tykes

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss the President’s budget proposal with Barron’s Washington Bureau Chief Jim McTague. We discuss the local “Bikes for Tykes” program with Board Vice President Steve Sherman. We also visit with our State Representative Kathleen Passidomo and with Boo Mortenson. We have great guests lined up for Wednesday’s show, including the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob ... Read More »

The Golisano Children’s Museum

On Monday’s show, we discuss developments in Greece, Ukraine, ISIS and Egypt and Greece with author and historian Marc Schulman. We visit with the Board Chairman of the Golisano Children’s Museum Chris Lombardo about their “Big Wig” Gala on February 7. We also continue to discuss the local public school “textbook controversy” with political commentator David Bolduc. We have great ... Read More »

President Obama’s Illusory Recovery

On Friday’s show, FGCU Economics Professor Dean Stansel and I discuss the economy and Obama’s illusory recovery. The Founder and President of the Foundation for Government Accountability and I discuss Medicaid expansion (and contraction) in several states. We also visit with the CEO of the Neighborhood Health Clinic Leslie Lascheid and entrepreneur and “big labor” expert, Dave Bego. We have ... Read More »

Meet Governor Ehrlich!

On Thursday’s show, we discuss sleep disorders and their solutions with Dr. Allen Weiss, the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare. Local political commentator Byron Donalds and I discuss the U.S. Attorney General nominee, Netanyahu’s visit to Congress and the President’s budget proposal and our national debt. We also visit with former Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich and Naples City Councilman ... Read More »

The Confluence of Faith and Free Markets

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the good works of the Acton Institute under the leadership of Rev. Robert Sirico as well as the leadership of the Collier County School Board and the “textbook controversy” with school board member Kelly Richter. We also visit with the President of the Friends of Baker Park Delores Sorey, the President of Less Government Seton ... Read More »