We are pleased that Rick Rule, Chairman and Founder of Sprott US Holdings and President of Sprott Asset Management, has agreed to be our guest to discuss the fate of the natural resource sector and our economy.
We are pleased that free market thinker and former candidate for U.S. Congress, James Carr, has agreed to be our guest to discuss market principles and social tolerance
We are pleased that Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, has agreed to be our guest to discuss the states Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Mr. Shapiro has written for a wide variety of publications and regularly appears on TV, including The Colbert Report, to comment on constitutional issues. He holds degrees from Princeton University, the London School of Economics, and University of Chicago Law School. You don’t want to miss this program.
We are pleased that Robert McGee has accepted the invitation to be on our show. Mr. McGee holds 13 doctorates from U.S. and European universities, is a writer, educator, a Taekwando National Champion and commited to libertarian principles. This should be a truly insightful show. We will start by discussing personal rights in every facet of society.
People are rediscovering the sound theory of Austrian Economics that doesn’t rely on models, but rather studies the reality of human action. Robert McKeown, creator of the Blue Collar Economist, explains in fine detail what is wrong with the manner in which our government, and main stream economists, attempt to convert economic theory into practice. For anyone who questions our government’s current course of action and is looking for clarification, this program is just for you.
Janet Phelan is an investigative journalist whose articles have appeared in many leading regional and national publications. She specializes in issues pertaining to legal corruption relative to adult conservatorship. Her blogs are of particular interest as she addresses the forces of good and evil within human nature.
I will briefly discuss a few current issues before we introduce our guest, Pastor Roger Anghis, who would like to discuss how far we've moved away from what our Founders established which he delinates in his new book "Defining American Exceptionalislism". Please call in with your questions, comments, and worldview, now toll-free 888-773-4496. Look forward to hearing from you.