Category: Politics

Mitchell Bard Exposes How America’s Interests Are Sold Out To The Arab Lobby

Mitchell Bard is the executive director of a non-profit, a foreign policy analyst and a former senior analyst in the polling division of the 1988 Bush campaign. He exposes how American presidents and diplomats have sold out our interests and security to the Arab interests—Saudi Arabia, in particular. We discuss his book The Arab Lobby.

Scott Farris Explains The Lessons Of The Presidential Runners-up From His Book Almost President

Scott Farris worked for United Press International and on several political campaigns, including his own. He’s turned his attention to Presidential races and on the losers to determine what impact they had on the nation. We discuss his latest book Almost President.

Chris Markowski Questions The National Labor Relations Board Vs. Boeing

Chris Markowski is the antidote to CNBC, Fox Business and Bloomberg. He’s the “Watchdog on Wall Street,” and we discuss his no-nonsense approach to our current financial and political situations to reveal how everything old is new again.

Peter Cohan Grades The US Presidents Over The Past 66 Years For Their Impact On The Economy

Peter Cohan is a venture capitalist, management consultant and teacher at Babson College. He’s compiled a list of the Top 5 Worst Presidents for the US Economy during their presidency. We discuss his list. You may be surprised at his findings—I know I was.

Fred Branfman Zeros In On CIA Director David Petraeus’ Record After The “Surge”

Fred Branfman is best known for exposing the secret Loatian bombings during the Vietnam War. We get more contemporary as we discuss his evaluation of CIA Director David Petraeus from his in-depth investigation titled The Petraeus Projection.

Amy Hanlin Exposes Crony Capitalism In Politics In Her Book Crony Capitalists In Our Backyards

Amy Hanlin is a politician from NJ who believes there is too much Crony Capitalism in politics today. She discusses how to identify and prevent crony capitalism in Ventura County.

Dennis Andrew Ball, 2012 Presidential Candidate For The American Party Of America, Outlines His Platform

Dennis Andrew Ball is a presidential hopeful in 2012 representing the American Party of America—a party for people who want Constitutional Government for a Constitutional Republic. We discuss his platform and why he’s running in the 2012 election.

Dom Sgambellone Gives His Political Manifesto From His Book The America Of My Dreams

Domenic Sgambellone is an American taxpayer, businessman and father who immigrated to the United States from Italy. He founded the American People’s Party. He gives us his political manifesto of what’s right and wrong with America from his book The America of my Dreams.

Larry Naritelli Describes What It Was Like To Run For California Governor As A Tea Party Candidate From His Book Don’t Tread On Me

Larry Naritelli is a Gubernatorial candidate in the 2010 election. He ran as a Republican in the Tea Party movement. We discuss why small government, small taxes and large individual freedom are the keys to California’s—and the country’s—future.

Chris Williams Discusses A New Economic Model To Save The Planet From His Book Ecology and Socialism

Chris Williams is a college professor at Pace University in New York and an environmental activist. He searched for and has found the solutions to the Capitalist ecological crisis. We discuss his book Ecology and Socialism.

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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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