Tag: The Wall Street Journal

Stanley Kurtz Uncovers President Obama’s Plan To Redistribute Wealth To The Cities From His Book Spreading The Wealth

Stanley Kurtz argues there is a redistribution of wealth from suburbanites to city dwellers directed by the Federal Government to involuntarily amalgamate all suburbs into the inner cities they surround. We discuss how President Obama is robbing the suburbs to pay for the cities from his book Spreading the Wealth.

Michael Casey Presents The Impacts Of Globalization In His Book The Unfair Trade

Michael Casey believes our global financial system is broken and is destroying the Middle Class. We discuss his findings contained in his book The Unfair Trade.

Amy Alkon Foregoes Manners When Confronted With A Violation Of Her Personal Liberties By TSA

Amy Alkon is a syndicated columnist for The Ventura County Reporter and 100 other newspapers around the country. Typically, she writes about good manners, but today she’ll discuss an invasion of her personal rights so heinous that she is now advocating being rude at airport security. We discuss her story and the loss of personal freedom we all experience post-9/11.

Deborah Swiss Tells The Tale Of Australia’s Convict Women In Her Book The Tin Ticket

Deborah Swiss specializes in women’s history. She explores an unique aspect of history, the historic journey of Australia’s convict women. We discuss her latest book The Tin Ticket.

Warren Phillips Takes Us Inside The World Of Financial News Reporting From His Book Newspaperman

Warren Phillips is the former publisher of the Wall Street Journal and CEO of Dow Jones. We discuss his amazing career and the changing nature of business news reporting from his book Newspaperman.

Ryan Blair Explains His Nothing To Lose Philosophy Of Entrepreneurism

Ryan Blair explains the key to the fabric of our society—entrepreneurialism. What makes his journey fascinating is that he started life as a punk with a juvenile criminal record, street gang experience, and a lot of emotional scarring. He reveals his journey to where he is today from his book Nothing To Lose.

Steve Liesman Doubts A Double-Dip Economy Following The End Of Quantitative Easing II

is the Senior Economics Reporter for CNBC. He reports on all economic indicators. We discuss whether the United States is heading into a double-dip recession after Quantitative Easing II has ended.

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.

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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