Guests for September 23, 2012

This week’s line-up for THE BILL FRANK RADIO SHOW on Sunday, September 23, 2012 will be:

Sasha Issenberg, columnist for Slate and Monocle, discusses the secret science of winning campaigns from his book The Victory Lab.

Roger Stone, legendary GOP political consultant instrumental in Republican presidential victories from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush, handicaps the 2012 Presidential election and his defection to the Libertarian Party.

Tony Nuzzo, founder and CEO of First Commons Bank, National Association, explains connecting business thinking to daily living from his book The Business PACT.

Marc Eliot, acclaimed celebrity biographer, details the personal struggle of actor Michael Douglas to emerge from the shadow of his father, Kirk, from his latest biography, Michael Douglas: A Biography.

Bruce Herschensohn, Pepperdine University School of Public Policy senior fellow, enumerates President Obama’s abandonment of US Allies around the world from his latest book Obama’s Globe.

Robert Frank, CNBC Reporter and author of Richistan and The High Beta Rich, looks back on the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.

Join me at 11 o’clock am Pacific time on News/Talk 1520 KVTA in Ventura and on the Internet at