Mike Stoker Discusses His Campaign For California State Senate From The 19th District

Mike Stoker is the Republican candidate running for California State Senate. We discuss his bid for election in November.

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Ann Coulter Dispells Common Misconceptions About Race Relations In America In Her Book Mugged

Ann Coulter likes to—in her words—”stir up the pot” and does not “pretend to be impartial or balanced.” We tackle the issue of race relations in the United States on the eve of the 2012 Presidential election from her latest book, Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama.

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Jeffrey Solomon Builds The Framework For Successful Social Entrepreneurism In His Book The Art Of Doing Good

Jeffrey Solomon is the leader of one of the world’s largest non-profit foundations—the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies. As more MBAs and businesspeople leave corporate America to work as social entrepreneurs, they need a road map of how to begin. We discuss his latest book The Art Of Doing Good.

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Oliver Miles, Former UK Ambassador To Libya, Analyzes The Situation Surrounding The Murder Of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens

Oliver Miles is the former British Ambassador to Libya. We discuss the turmoil in that country following the murder of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the aftermath of the Arab Spring.

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Don McPherson Blazes The Trail For The Ventura Fire Department As Its New Chief

Don McPherson received a big boost of confidence by being appointed Ventura Fire Chief after serving as Acting Chief since June. We discuss his vision for the fire department now that he’s at the helm.

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Andrew Erlich Offers An Intimate Portrait Of His Uncle, Jake Erlich, In His Book The Long Shadows

Andrew Erlich is the nephew of one of Hollywood’s most astonishing silent screen actors, Jack Earle. We discuss the exceptional life of his uncle Jake Erlich, aka Jack Earle.

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Chester Finn Reveals The High Achieving Students In America’s Exam Schools

In an educational climate consumed with leaving no child behind and closing achievement gaps, the education system has neglected to raise the ceiling while we’ve struggled to lift the floor. Chester Finn takes us inside America’s most selective high schools to learn how high achieving students perform. We discuss his latest book Exam Schools.

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Patricia Aburdene Helps Individuals And Corporations Redefine Their Relationship With Money In Her Book Conscious Money

Patricia Aburdene has transformed the lives of millions of people and countless companies through her social forecasts. She’s turned her attention to achieving prosperity by tapping into the power of values, consciousness and sound economic principles. We discuss her latest book titled Conscious Money.

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Michael Lennon Predicts An Easy Victory For President Obama In The 2012 Election

Michael Lennon is a medical doctor, a futurist and author of The Next 2000 Days. We discuss his prediction of an easy victory for President Obama in the 2012 presidential election and what that victory means for the country and the world.

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Robert Frank Looks Back At The Occupy Wall Street Movement On The First Anniversary

Robert Frank is former Wall Street Journal correspondent who’s transitioned to television with CNBC. This week marked the 1st Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. We look back at the first year of the movement to determine its impact on US business and history.

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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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