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.
Robert Frank is former Wall Street Journal correspondent who’s transitioned to television with CNBC. This week marked the 1st Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. We look back at the first year of the movement to determine its impact on US business and history.
Simon Mainwaring is a branding consultant for the digital age who was dismayed at the Me First attitude of many in business before the Great Recession. He blends the need to do good with the need for profits and helps companies do both. We look at the principles in his book We First and relate them to Occupy Wall Street and other worldwide movements.
Matt Harrison is the founder and president of the Prometheus Institute—an organization to enhance political engagement for policies that advance freedom. We discuss activism like we see in the Occupy Wall Street movement and DIY Democracy.
Guests include: Daniel Hannan from the European Parliament, warning the United States not to follow Europe’s lead, politically; dream interpreter Craig Webb and Matt Harrison of the Prometheus Institute.
Margaret Kunstler is the widow of William Kunstler—the self-described “radical lawyer” and civil rights activist. She explains the Occupy Wall Street movement and defend American’s right to dissent in 21st Century America.