Sasha Issenberg takes us inside the war room of campaigns on both the left and the right to show how the smartest campaigns now believe they know who you will vote for even before you do. We discuss his latest book The Victory Lab.
Craig Unger writes about Karl Rove—a key figure in Republican politics for over a decade. We look at Rove’s influence on American politics—particularly his involvement in 2 crucial Supreme Court decisions that changed the country forever from his book Boss Rove: Inside Karl Rove’s Secret Kingdom of Power.
Cass Ingram has turned his attention to the 2012 US election. His latest book, Rigged, examines the fraud and dirty tricks being used to keep health freedom advocate Dr. Ron Paul off the Republican Presidential ticket and out of the Oval Office.
Senator Tony Strickland is the Republican contender for the US House of Representatives from the newly formed 26th Congressional District that includes much of Ventura County—excluding Simi Valley. We discuss his platform and his campaign.
Niels Nielsen is a professor emeritus at Rice University in Religious Thought. He’s examined the role of religion and ethics among the Presidents of the United States. We discuss his latest book God in the Obama Era.
Jacques Ferraris lived under tyrannical rule in France in the 1930s and 40s. He worries that America is moving backwards while the rest of the world progresses. He sees a 2nd term by President Obama as the solution that will put America on the right track for the future. We discuss his findings in his book Obama 2012 for a Compassionate America.