education

The Benefits of and the Resistance to “School Choice”

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with Collier County Public School parent and activist David Bolduc about the importance of and resistance to school choice in Collier County. The Co-Founder of the Florida Citizens’ Alliance Keith Flaugh and I discuss their agenda for the next ... Read More »

The True Cost of “Big Sugar” Subsidies

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with Collier County Public School parent and activist David Bolduc about the U.S Department of Education’s recent supportive statements about the benefits of school choice and home schooling. The Co-Founder of the Florida Citizens’ Alliance Keith Flaugh and I ... Read More »

Could Policies in Canadian Public Education Be Adopted Here?

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. Because of a clumsy mistake during the broadcast, I recorded the second half of the show over the recording of the first half – so apologies! In spite of the lack of continuity, I hope you enjoy the content. We visit ... Read More »

John Taylor Gatto and Public Education

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with Collier County Public School parent and activist David Bolduc about the life of recently deceased New York City public school teacher John Taylor Gatto, who was recognized as an outstanding educator, but also as an outspoken critic of ... Read More »

The Florida Gubernatorial Race and Public Education in Florida

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with David Bolduc about education and the lack of transparency in the Collier County School system. We visit with the co-founder of the Florida Citizens’ Alliance, Keith Flaugh, about great resources available for making informed votes in the mid-term ... Read More »

Kanye West and the Mid-Term Elections

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We discuss the news of the day, including the financial markets’ reaction to increasing interest rates, the Senate confirmation of 15 more federal judges, and the outrageous media reaction to Kanye West’s visit to the Oval Office. We visit with the ... Read More »

The World According to President Trump

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over seven years on the internet! On Wednesday’s show, we continue the discussion of the legal aspects of gay marriage with Constitutional scholar and Chairman of the Cato Institute, Bob Levy. We discuss the importance and benefits of passing the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act with the Vice President ... Read More »

Draining the Swamp: The “Deep State”

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with the co-founder of the Florida Citizens’ Alliance, Keith Flaugh, about the U.N’s global early childhood education initiative recently signed and supported by our Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. We visit with David Bolduc, local political activist and member ... Read More »

“Cronyism” and Government Contracts

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show – celebrating over seven years on the internet! Today we discuss “quality” metrics in healthcare services available to consumers with Dr. Allen Weiss, the President and CEO on NCH Healthcare. We visit with our State Representative Byron Donalds about the eleventh-hour “Hail Mary” thrown by the Senate Democrats in the ... Read More »

The Florida Mid-Term Election Campaigns Are Heating Up

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. We have great guests and content on Friday’s show. We visit with the co-founder of the Florida Citizens’ Alliance, Keith Flaugh, about  the Florida Governor’s race, the Florida Senate race, and the 13 Florida Constitutional Amendments that will  appear on the November ballot. We also discuss examples of biased educational ... Read More »