Michael Lennon is a medical doctor, a futurist and author of The Next 2000 Days. We discuss his prediction of an easy victory for President Obama in the 2012 presidential election and what that victory means for the country and the world.
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.
Guests include Rob Walters, Candidate for the 35th California Assembly District; Frans Johansson, discussing the role of unpredictability in success; Lisa Bennett advocating a new form of literacy—ecoliteracy; Joyce Blonskij analyzing cloud computing companies for investors; Bill Walsh, president of Hennion & Walsh, will explain municipal bonds; and Jacques Ferraris will lobby for a 2nd term for President Obama.
Stanley Kurtz argues there is a redistribution of wealth from suburbanites to city dwellers directed by the Federal Government to involuntarily amalgamate all suburbs into the inner cities they surround. We discuss how President Obama is robbing the suburbs to pay for the cities from his book Spreading the Wealth.
Maria Cardona is a top Democratic strategist for a leading public affairs firm in Washington, DC. We discuss the importance of the Latina vote in the 2012 election.
Guests include trailblazing ophthalmologist Paul Dougherty, immigration attorney Danny Quintana, optimist Steven Kotler, Dan Ariely telling the truth about dishonesty, Edward Hess explaining the physics of business growth and Peter Ferrera predicting a 2013 recession.