Guests include Pepperdine University fellow Bruce Herschensohn; GOP Political trickster Roger Stone; Michael Douglas biographer Marc Eliot; CNBC reporter Robert Frank; Slate columnist Sasha Issenberg; and successful community banker Tony Nuzzo.
Roger Stone has been called the High Priest of Political Mischief. A Republican Party Consultant turned Libertarian; he’s influenced elections from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush. We discuss his defection to the Libertarian Party from the GOP and political tactics in the 2012 Presidential Campaign.
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.
John Taylor is a Stanford University professor who has been an adviser to presidents. We discuss his First Principles of how to restore America to prosperity.
Peter Cohan is a venture capitalist, management consultant and teacher at Babson College. He’s compiled a list of the Top 5 Worst Presidents for the US Economy during their presidency. We discuss his list. You may be surprised at his findings—I know I was.
Guests include Peter Cohan ranking the worst Presidents for the US economy in recent US history, Mark Murphy talking about attracting top talent and Erica Sandberg warning about Christmas fraud.