Category: Politics

Thomas Ferguson Believes President Obama’s 2011 Budget Speaks To Wall Street, Not Main Street

Thomas Ferguson discusses the 2011 Federal Budget. He is a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts and a senior fellow of the Roosevelt Institute. We discuss how President Obama’s Budget Speaks to Wall Street and Ignores Voters.

Ventura County Tax Collector Steven Hintz Discusses Property Tax Revenue Prior To the CERF Conference

Retired Superior Court Judge Steven Hintz is the newly elected Ventura County treasurer-tax collector. We discuss Ventura County property tax revenues in 2011.

Jack O’Connell Discusses Education at the CERF Seminar in Ventura, CA

Jack O’Connell is the former California Superintendent of Public Instruction. He came to Ventura County to speak at California Lutheran University on February 17, 2011. Here is my television interview on KADY-TV with Jack about the State of Education in California.

Jack O’Connell Gives His Report Card on the State of Education in California

Jack O’Connell is the former California Superintendent of Public Instruction. He came to Ventura County to speak at California Lutheran University on February 17, 2011. We had him first in an exclusive interview to give his State of Education in California address.

Robert Weil Examines China In His Book Red Cat, White Cat

Robert Weil is an expert on China. He explains the paradox of how China used capitalism to build socialism and how that resulted in the use of socialism to build capitalism. Confused? You won’t be after this.

Paul Blumenthal Knocks William Daley as President Obama’s Choice For White House Chief-of-Staff

Paul Blumenthal is the senior writer at the Sunlight Foundation—a non-profit covering influence in politics. He explains why President Obama’s appointment of William Daley as White House Chief-of-Staff is a bad decision for the American people.

Dr. Charles Dunn Comments On The Top Political Stories of 2010

Dr. Charles Dunn is the dean of the Robertson School of Government at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. We reviewed the top political stories of 2010. Chuck has a unique perspective of American politics, religion and Capitol Hill. He is known as one of the foremost scholars in the field of American politics and religion.

Sol Erdman Gives Us The Cure for Our Broken Political Process

Sol Erdman believes our current political system is broken. Our politicians talk around the hard issues but never seem to address them—partly because of partisan politics. He offers some solutions to the impasse.

Amy Handlin Explains How To Be Your Own Lobbyist

Amy Handlin is Deputy Minority Leader of the New Jersey General Assembly, where she is serving her third term. Handlin has spent over 20 years in politics at every level of government. She teaches us how to be our own lobbyist.

Jack Trout Describes “America’s Nervous Breakdown”

Jack Trout is a marketing guru, but we don’t talk about marketing. He’s on the show to discuss what he sees wrong in America and how we can return our country to the integrity it once had.

Bill Frank’s Guests

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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