Bill Watkins is the chief economist for CERF at California Lutheran University. Each year, he produces an economic forecast for Ventura County. He gives us a mid-year update on Ventura County’s 2012 economic picture.
Guests include Bill Watkins forecasting Ventura County’s economy for the balance of 2012; Bill Hicks discussing the Casitas Municipal Water District; Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gov. Gary Johnson; best-selling author Ed Klein talking about Barack Obama; Kevin Williamson connecting the dots between the Democratic Party and the Age of Entitlements; and Hans Eysink Smeets describing what bankers can learn from the porn industry.
Brad Bjelke is a candidate for judge in California’s Superior Court, Place 4. We discuss his candidacy, the importance of judgeships and why citizens should be concerned about this race.
Bill Watkins, California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting Director, answers in-depth questions about his 2012 Ventura County economic forecast.
Adina Nack is a professor at Cal Lutheran University. She’s a medical sociologist whose research has focused on sexual health. We investigate Gov. Rick Perry’s controversial decision to vaccinate Texas schoolgirls with Gardasi., and explain what the decision means for those girls and their parents.
Guests include political pollster and pundit Scott Rasmussen, author of Damaged Goods, Adina Nack and Peter Bregman, CEO of Bregman Partners.