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Homeland Security and Islamic Jihad

On Friday’s show, we discuss homeland terror and the Iranian nuclear deal with the Founder and President of the Islamic Forum for Democracy and author of “The Battle for the Soul of Islam” Dr. Zudhi Jasser. FGCU Economics Professor Dean Stansel and I discuss the correlation between the rising cost of higher education and student loans. We also visit with ... Read More »

The Canadian Healthcare System and Obamacare

On Thursday’s show, we discuss the Canadian Healthcare system and Obamacare with patient rights advocate Shona Holmes. We discuss this administration’s immigration policy, the Social Security Disability Trust Fund, and Planned Parenthood with Florida State House candidate Byron Donalds. The President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss and I discuss the symptoms and treatment of spinal stenosis. We ... Read More »

Money, Politics, and Common Core

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss Supreme Court decision in the last term involving discrimination and property rights with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. We get an update on legislative efforts to stop the implementation of Common Core and federal over-reach in education from Keith Flaugh of the SWFL Citizens’ Alliance. Andrew Joppa and I discuss the Islam ... Read More »

Donald Trump and the GOP Presidential Field

On Tuesday’s show, we discuss the Donald Trump and the GOP presidential field with Barron’s Washington Contributing Editor Jim McTague. We discuss the court-mandated redistricting and Special Legislative Session to be convened in August with State Representative Kathleen Passidomo, We also visit with Pastoral Psychotherapist Sam Sewell about the “Self-Actualized Person” and with Boo Mortenson about her humorous commentary on ... Read More »

Human Trafficking, Malaysia, and the Free Trade Agreement

On Monday’s show, we discuss current world events, including developments in Greece, Iran, and here in the United States with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss the misguided proposal to put Eleanor Roosevelt on the $10 bill with the President of the Foundation for Economic Education Larry Reed. We also discuss human trafficking, Malaysia, and the proposed free trade ... Read More »

The Case for State Welfare Reform

On Friday’s show, we discuss state welfare reform with the Founder and President of the Foundation for Government Accountability Tarren Bragdon. FGCU Economics Professor Dean Stansel and I discuss the claims of both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton that the middle class is disappearing. We also visit with the author of “The Devil at Our Doorstep” Dave Bego and local ... Read More »

Federal Law and Sanctuary Cities

On Thursday’s show, we discuss the Iranian nuclear deal, Sanctuary Cities, and Planned Parenthood with Florida State House candidate Byron Donalds. We discuss the importance of taking charge of your own health with health and wellness expert Peggy Sealfon. The President and CEO of NCH Healthcare Dr. Allen Weiss and I discuss leadership lessons from legendary Marine General James Mattis. ... Read More »

The Airline Industry and the EPA

On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the impact and meaning of several Supreme Court decision in the last term with the Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy. We discuss Federal legislation that could cement the implementation of Common Core with Keith Flaugh of the SWFL Citizens’ Alliance. Andrew Joppa and I discuss the “The Illusion of Stability and Security” in ... Read More »

The Greek Bailout and Goldman Sachs

On Monday’s show, we discuss current world events, including developments in Greece, Iran, and Mexico with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss judicial activism and the “meaning of words” with the President of Less Government Seton Motley. We also discuss the Greek bailout, austerity measures, and the role of Goldman Sachs with political activist David Bolduc. We have great ... Read More »

Marco Rubio Speaks Out of Education Reform

On Friday’s show, we discuss with the Deputy Editor of Red Alert Politics Ashley Dobson, Marco Rubio’s first policy speech – on higher education reform – since announcing his candidacy for the GOP nomination for President. The Chairman of the Cato Institute Bob Levy and I discuss some of the recent Supreme Court decisions and their Constitutional implications. We also ... Read More »