Paul Jacob is President of the Liberty Initiative Fund, a national organization helping citizens place issues on the ballot to hold politicians accountable, fight crony capitalism and protect our liberties.
Currently, Paul Jacob hosts Common Sense, an online and print opinion program which reaches tens of thousands of online readers and e-mail subscribers. Paul also writes a weekly column for Townhall.com appearing each Sunday.
“The best way to assure freedom of expression, no matter where it may be threatened,” Pulitzer-prize winning columnist, Paul Greenberg, wrote, “would be to have an army of utterly determined Paul Jacobs fighting for it.”
His writing has been featured in USA Today as well as most major news publications. He has appeared on numerous television programs and is a consistent guest on talk radio.
Paul is also currently president of the board of directors of Citizens in Charge, a non-partisan group working to protect and expand voter initiative rights, and the Citizens in Charge Foundation, both groups he founded.
Today we will explore the initiative on ethics, a term rarely heard in relation to politics.
Stephen Schwertley, author of "Enemy in the Heartland", presents to the reader a behind-the-scene fictional account of how terrorist plans are developed and the difficulty the western world has in coping with these actions. Although this is a "story", you are left with the conclusion that these events may actually be in progress as you read this introduction. Be afraid, be very afraid. Listen in and call in with questions, and comments, 646-652-4620. Look forward to hearing from you.
Our guest today is Economist Andy Sutton. Andy was formerly of the financial community, however, now involved for the sole purpose of blowing the whistle on corruption and helping people around the globe become their own advocates. During this broadcast we will discuss the unnecessary tension being created with Russia, the bullish stock market defying worldwide economic data, and the direction of our economy. You don't want to miss this show.
Scott McPherson has been writing for the Future of Freedom Foundation since July 2002, and is the author of Freedom and Security: The Second Amendment and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. His political commentaries have appeared in newspapers around the country, including the Washington Times, the Milwaukee Times, the Tulsa World, as well as many other notable publications. Today, we will be discussing the future of our freedom and the impact the election will have on our ability to maintain our rights as delineated in our Constitution.
James Lark has served as a regional representative on the Libertarian National Committee as well as the national chair of the Libertarian Party (2000-2002). Jim is frequently invited to give an address on college campuses entitled "Warning: Governmentally Mandated Safety Measures May Be Hazardous to Your Health." The address is based upon some of his course lectures given to students in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Virginia. It provides a basic introduction to risk analysis, along with information about ways in which government efforts undertaken to promote safety may actually make life less safe.