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Should Governments Fund the Arts?

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Wednesday’s show, we discuss gay marriage and the law with the Chairman of the Cato Institute, Bob Levy. Author and Political activist Andrew Joppa and I discuss “The Games People Play” and the radical left’s assault on President Trump. The President of the Foundation for Economic Education Larry Reed ... Read More »

Progress in Tallahassee on Everglades Restoration

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show. On Tuesday’s show, our State Senator Kathleen Passidomo brings us a legislative update. She and I also discuss the many issues and interests playing out in the Everglades legislation passed in the Senate. Naples Illustrated’s Shalyn Ormsby and I discuss what’s happening this week on the Paradise Coast in another ... Read More »

The “Honest Deal” Act

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Monday’s show, we discuss current world events including developments in Afghanistan, North Korea, Turkey and France with author and historian Marc Schulman. David Schoenbrod and I discuss his new and illuminating book, D C Confidential: Inside the Five Tricks of Washington. Local political activist David Bolduc and I discuss ... Read More »

Political Correctness Run Amok on College Campuses

On Friday’s show, we discuss the public educational materials review process in Collier County with the co-founder of the SWFL Citizens’ Alliance Keith Flaugh. Senior Political Columnist with the New York Observer Ashe Schow and I discuss examples of “political correctness run amok” at institutions of higher education. Dining and Entertainment columnist Sharon Kenny and I discuss “The French” a ... Read More »

When is Free Trade “Free”?

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Thursday’s show, we discuss the benefits of daily reading – which studies now indicate will add longevity to our lives – with Dr. Allen Weiss, the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare. The President of Less Government Seton Motley and I discuss the progress made in creating more international ... Read More »

Help Needed to Drain the EPA Swamp

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Wednesday’s show, we discuss the impact new Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch may have on the high court with the Chairman of the Cato Institute, Bob Levy. Author and Political activist Andrew Joppa and I discuss the dangers of “rushing to judgement” on Assad in Syria. The Founder and Producing ... Read More »

The Need for Guest Visa Immigration Reform

Thanks so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show. On Tuesday’s show, our State Senator Kathleen Passidomo and I discuss the state budget reconciliation process as well as two of her sponsored bills that were approved by the Senate. Naples Illustrated’s Shalyn Ormsby and I discuss what’s happening this week on the Paradise Coast in another edition of “On ... Read More »

Our Response to the Syrian Chemical Attack

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Monday’s show, we discuss current world events including developments in Syria, China, North Korea, and Egypt with author and historian Marc Schulman. We discuss the private life of “Public Enemy #1” Al Capone with his Grand Niece, Dierdre Capone. Local political activist David Bolduc and I discuss the Syrian ... Read More »

Ready to Repeal and Replace This Time?

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Friday’s show, we update our discussion on legislation pending in the Florida House and Senate pertaining to Florida public education materials and Second Amendment rights with the co-founder of the SWFL Citizens’ Alliance Keith Flaugh. The Founder and CEO of the Foundation for Government Accountability Tarren Bragdon and I ... Read More »

Infant Vaccinations: Benefits and a Few Concerns

Thanks so much for listening to The Bob Harden Show. On Thursday’s show, we discuss the benefits of and concerns about infant vaccinations with Dr. Allen Weiss, the President and CEO of NCH Healthcare. Our State Representative Byron Donalds and I discuss pending state legislation to improve school choice and to create more local control over textbooks in our public ... Read More »