education

Phony Science and Climate Change

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss ways the Cato Institute scholars would recommend amending the Constitution with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. Local author Andrew Joppa and I discuss immigration reform the 14th Amendment, and “birthright citizenship”. We discuss the climate change hoax and the phony science behind it with author, columnist and Professor Larry Bell. We also ... Read More »

Recent Behavior of Financial Markets

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss the recent behavior of financial markets with Barron’s Washington Contributing Editor Jim McTague. We discuss Common Core as well as the status of the court-mandated Legislative maps with State Representative Kathleen Passidomo, We also visit with Pastoral Psychotherapist Sam Sewell about mood and Stress management and with Boo Mortenson about her observations and commentary on ... Read More »

A Global Financial Meltdown?

On Monday’s show, we discuss the global financial meltdown and other current world events with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss “Net Neutrality” and other government power grabs with the President of Less Government Seton Motley. We also discuss Paul Krugman’s economic theory that public debt is good with local political activist David Bolduc. We have great guests lined ... Read More »

Our Liberty and the Human Freedom Index

On Friday’s show, we discuss high-stakes testing, Common Core and the quality of education in Florida with local political activist Keith Flaugh. FGCU Economics Professor Dean Stansel and I discuss the recently released Human Freedom Index. We also visit with Naples City Council candidate Reg Buxton and with author and business owner Dave Bego. We have entertaining and informative guests ... Read More »

The Economic Burden of Obesity

On Thursday’s show, the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss and I discuss the economic burden of obesity. Florida State House candidate Byron Donalds and I discuss “birthright citizenship” and recent developments in the Iranian nuclear deal. Author Mark Bauerlein and I discuss his new book, “The State of the American Mind.” We also visit with Naples ... Read More »

Immigration Reform and “Birthright Citizenship”

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss ways the Cato Institute scholars would recommend amending the Constitution with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. Local author Andrew Joppa and I discuss immigration reform and “birthright citizenship”. We discuss the impact of the proposed EPA regulations with author, columnist and Professor Larry Bell. We also discuss the “Blue Zone Pledge” in ... Read More »

Deficits, Debt, and the Entitlement Crisis

On Friday’s show, we discuss high-stakes testing and Common Core with local political activist Keith Flaugh. Senior Fellow from the Cato Institute Michael Tanner and I discuss his new book, “Going for Broke” exploring the precarious financial health of our entitlement programs. We also visit with the President and Founder of the Foundation for Government Accountability Tarren Bragdon and with ... Read More »

Collier County’s Artificial Reef Project

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the artificial reef project already in progress in Southwest Florida with attorney Jeff Ahren. Andrew Joppa and I discuss the winners and losers of the GOP Presidential Debate. We discuss the impact of the proposed EPA rules for Florida with the President of the Hispanic Leadership Fund Mario Lopez. We also discuss the “The Dirty ... Read More »

Could Assad Fall in Syria?

On Monday’s show, we discuss current world events, including developments in Syria, Yemen, Turkey and Afghanistan with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss Net Neutrality and the resulting slow and needless loss of innovation with the President of Less Government Seton Motley. We also discuss the implementation of “Blue Zones” in Collier County Schools with political activist David Bolduc. ... Read More »

Florida Schools and High-Stakes Testing

On Friday’s show, Keith Flaugh of the Florida Citizens’ Alliance brings us up-to-date on high-stakes testing in Florida schools. FGCU Economics Professor Dean Stansel and I discuss the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds and the precarious financial health of our entitlement programs. We also visit with author and entrepreneur Dave Bego about last night’s GOP debate. We have entertaining ... Read More »