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Senator Mike Lee Of Utah Prescribes A Balanced Budget Amendment From His Book The Freedom Agenda

Mike Lee is the youngest serving US Senator currently serving. He’s the Republican Senator from Utah. We examine the need for a Balanced Budget Amendment from his book The Freedom Agenda.

Jeff Thredgold Discusses The Economic Impact Of The Debt Ceiling Limit Increase Battle

Jeff Thredgold is an economist and a futurist—combining the most pessimistic and optimistic professions known. He cuts through the rhetoric and vitriol to explain how the Debt Ceiling negotiations have already impacted the United States and how it may impact it in the future.

Brett McMahon Testifies There Is Too Much Regulation On Small Business In The Post-Stimulus Era

Brett McMahon is an advocate with HaltTheAssault.com, a group that believes there is too much government regulation in the free markets. He’s concerned what the Budget Deficit Ceiling Increase negotiations may bring in the form of higher taxes and/or increased regulation. We discuss his recent testimony before the National Labor Relations Board.

Ralph Nader Speaks Out In Favor Of Elizabeth Warren for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Leader

Ralph Nader is revered by some—vilified by others. Nonetheless, he has earned a reputation for outspoken, public service. He believes President Obama is acting cowardly by bypassing Elizabeth Warren to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. We discuss why.

Mike Tracy Reminisces About His First 2 Years As Deputy Mayor

Mike Tracy is deputy Mayor of Ventura, CA. We discuss Ventura’s downtown parking meter situation, building codes and procedures and amnesty for Granny Flats.

Rick Robinson Sheds Light On What Really Happens Behind Closed Doors On Capitol Hill

Rick Robinson is a former Capitol Hill staffer who has a unique perspective on the inner workings in Washington, DC. We uncover his perspective on the Anthony Weiner resignation as well as talk about what really happens behind closed doors in Washington.

Bob Brill, KNX News Anchor, And I Debate President Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy

Bob Brill is a news anchor with a global perspective. He’s also a published author of a book, Patti Waggin’: Fan Letters to a Stripper. We discuss President Barack Obama’s pro-Muslim foreign policy and its impact on America.

Brad Bannon Examines The Impact Of A Weak Economy On The 2012 Election

Brad Bannon is a political pundit and strategist for the Democratic Party. We discuss the latest employment figures and what effects they may have on the 2012 Presidential election.

Gail Winston Decries President Obama’s Call For Israel To Return To The 1967 Armistice Lines

Gail Winston guest is an expert in geo-politics, war and the Middle East—often forecasting coming events in the Middle East, including the relations between Washington and Jerusalem. We discuss President Barack Obama’s call for Israel to return to its 1967 armistice lines as a basis for peace negotiations.

Nicholas Sullivan Discusses Staying Competitive While Looking For Work With Subsidized Mobile Phones

Nicholas Sullivan tackles a thorny issue. He has evidence that subsidized mobile phones result in economic gains for poor and near-poor Americans. We talk about the impact mobile phones have in today’s society and evaluate the merits of taxpayers subsidizing phones to help others.

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Here is the lineup of guests for Guests For October 5, 2013

Guests For October 5, 2013

My guests this week are Bob McCord, founding member of VREG, talking about Ventura's budget woes; healthcare expert Sally Pipes exposing the flaws of Obamacare as the Insurance Exchanges open for business; and Stuart Crain, CEO of TVTalk discussing how his app will revolutionize television viewing. Read More

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