Joe Cristiano asks "Why should we get involved with other countries?" When Ron Paul falls ill and cannot make the show. Joe speaks his mind on every thing from immigration to he war in the middle east.
We are pleased that Dr. James Lark, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Advocates for Self-Government has agreed to return to our show to give insight on the progress being made on the freedom front. I have lost most of my faith in our republic, however, just possibly, Dr. Lark can provide me, or us, some hope for the future. Please do listen in and call in with your questions, or comments, 646-652-4620. Look forward to hearing from you
Harvard-trained economist Laurence Kotlikoff has been recently selected into the ranks of the top 25 economists in the world. He is disturbed by Donald Trump’s rise and frustrated by U.S. economic policy. As a result,. Professor Kotlikoff has decided to run for president himself. The tax expert and economics professor at Boston University spent three months last year writing a 157-page election platform—an economist’s wish list that rides roughshod over the traditional left-right divide. Let's hear what he has to say. I'm sure it is not what we want to hear, but what we must hear, to understand the dire condition this country is actually in. Call in with your questions, or comments, during our live broadcast 646-652-4620. Look forward to hearing from you.
We are pleased that Economist Any Sutton has agreed to return to our show to discuss world debt and who will be victimized and who are the beneficiaries. We live in unprecedented times and eventually debts must be paid. The questions now is who is the payee, and who will be the payer. These are scary times to say the least with world debt at the hundreds of trillion dollar range.
Our guest today is William (Bill) Redpath. Bill has served as FairVote.org's Treasurer since 1955. He has been a member of the Libertarian Party since 1984, having run for office five times in Virginia including being the candidate for Governor in 2001, U.S. Senate in 2008, and House of Representatives in 2010. During our show, we will discuss one of my pet peeves, the electorial process. The system is broken to favor the entrenced bureaucracy. The populus is finally waking up and it is time to eliminate the current corrupt system.. Let's hear what Bill has to say that will make our process more representative of the people and, at the same time, respect the precepts of our constitution.
We are pleased that Carla Howell, National Libertarian Party Political Director has agreed to return to our show to update us on the status of the Libertarian candidates and the prospects, if any, of any hope that Gary Johnson will be included in some of the future presidential debates. Since this is highly unlikely, let's learn of the alternatives to get the libertarian message out to the disaffected voters. This election has presented an unusual opportunity for the liberty platform, but it is quickly slipping away. We may be looking at long term political instability in this country if the people are not being heard. Listen in and call in with your questions, or comments, 646-652-4620.
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.
We have invited Dr. Sanandaji back on our show as the original August 16th show ran into technical problems. His message is critical for those who believe that state controls can actually work for the betterment of the people. He dispells the popular myth of Nordic Socialism.
Dr. Sanandaji is an author and researcher of Kurdis-Iranian origin who migrated to Sweden as a child, growing up in a family supported by welfare. He earned his PhD from KTH Royal Institute of Technology. His writings consists of twenty books, a number of which have achieved international attention. Let's hear his analysis of a system that most peoples strive to achieve.