TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH @ 2:00 P.M. CENTRAL
We are pleased that Mr. Brian Rohlfing, creator of the app to record domestic violence and bullying abuse, has agreed to be on our show. His story as to how he developed an app to record domestic violence abuse is a fascinating one. We believe you will find this broadcast interesting and welcome your calls with questions, or maybe, some of your experiences. Just call 646-652-4620 during our live broadcast. Look forward to hearing from you. And don’t be a victim, get the app!
Nicholas Sarwark is an unabashed, second generation Libertarian with a strong commitment to fighting on the party’s behalf against unfair ballot access obstacles and exclusion of qualified candidates from public debates.
Mr. Sarwark has been an active member of the Libertarian Party since 1999 and has served on the Judicial and Bylaws committees of the national party. He also served as chair of the Libertarian Party of Maryland and as vice chair of the Libertarian Party of Colorado where he played a key role in recruiting the state's 42 Libertarian candidates in 2014 and supported the passage of Colorado's historic marijuana legalization initiative in 2012.
Bobby Cenoura is an African/African American literary artist born and raised in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Cenoura writes about topics that inspire conversation and thought, such as “Male Angst” the post-modern dating market displacement, “own group preference/detanglement” phenotypic preference economic, social and cultural discrimination, and currently has one screenplay and a TV series concept under his belt.
Cenoura has seen sweeping change in the Washington D.C. area since the 1980s, which inspires a lion’s share of his literature. Bobby holds a double undergraduate degree in business and social sciences from the University of Maryland.
During this broadcast we will be discussing his book which addresses why black names matter.
We are pleased to have Tom Saunders, independent writer-researcher, who has been working on anthropogenic climate change and fracking issues since 2012. Let's see if we can get a better understanding of this highly contested issue. Are humans in effect contributing toward climate change?
He started by asking why people that lived near fracking operations were getting sick with the same medical problems as Agent Orange victims. The short answer is both sets of victims are being contaminated with the same types of Environmental Toxins.
If current economic moves by the Fed and our government officials has you scratching your head, don't worry, you're normal. Hope this program helps sort things out for you. Economist Andy Sutton was formerly of the financial community, now involved for the sole purpose of blowing the whistle on corruption and helping people around the globe become their own advocates.
We are pleased that Human Rights Attorney and Activist Jessica Jackson Sloan has agreed to be on our show. She is quite an accomplished individual and is a human rights attorney who began her career representing California death row inmates in their appeals. She now oversees DreamCorps #cut50 initiative to end mass incarceration. The U.S. represents five percent of the world's population, but 25% of the prison population. Just think about that!
According to Laurence W. Reed, President of the Foundation for Economic Education, there’s little truly “progressive” about progressivism. True progress happens when people are free, yet the progressive agenda substantially diminishes freedom while promising the unachievable.
Our guest, Zachary Slayback, is an entrepreneur and writer focusing on issues of education, innovation, and philosophy. He is an Ivy League dropout and speaks and writes regularly on college, the negative effects of elite education, and how we can improve education for the individual and society-at-large. He believes that entrepreneurs are the primary actors of social change.
Carla Howell is the Political Director for the National Libertarian Party. Government waste is ubiquitous. Let's hear the Libertarian Party version of cutting government spending and compare with it what the major party candidates are advocating.
Join us for a Liberty Talk Radio Exclusive interview with Presidential Candidate John McAfee. We will be discussing privacy, freedom, and technology as well as his presidential campaign.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 8:00 A.M.
I would like to explain the concept of money. One would think that this is obvious, but it never ceases to amaze me that most people do not understand this basic concept that is so critical to their financial future. Let's start from scratch and then apply this concept to current events.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH @ 3:30 P.M.
We are pleased that Economist Andy Sutton has agreed to return to our show to explain and clarify current economic conditions and how they will effect you.
Cato Institute senior fellow, Michael Tanner heads research into a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on poverty and social welfare policy, health care reform, and Social Security. We will be discussing the adverse effects of welfare over workfare.
Noah Wall is the Director of Grassroots at FreedomWorks. He joins FreedomWorks with more than seven years of experience fighting the GOP establishment and liberal Democrats on the federal, state and local levels.
During this broadcast, Noah will discuss why Lois Lerner has been called before Congress to testify concerning allegedly lost emails during her tenure with the IRS, when the agency is accused of illegally targeting conservative political groups, but it would appear she felt she had more important things to do. Lois Lerner has refused — or, at the very least — failed to appear before Congress.
Paul Jacob, President of Citizens In Charge, a leading national figure in Initiative & Referendum.
Paul has worked on over 100 initiative and ballot access campaigns in nearly every state. An acclaimed multi-media commentator, Paul hosts an online, radio, and print opinion program, Common Sense, which reaches a growing list of over 15,000 e-mail subscribers and is aired daily by more than 150 stations in 48 states.
Paul would like to discuss criminal justice reform, ending asset forfeiture, cameras on police, ending policing for profit policies and the need for the public to be engaged through the initiative process.
Andy Bakker is an Alexandria, Virginia based activist running for the Virginia House of Delegates in the 46th District. Mr. Bakker has been a medical marijuana patient and advocate for the past five years following a neck injury leaving him with chronic pain. Bakker is currently a student at the George Mason University School of Law. The War on Drugs and all the other wars on ethereal definitions of harm and wrongdoing is a favorite subject of mine. I personally have never taken drugs for fun nor profit, but I do not deny anyone the right to do what they please with their own body provided they do not infringe on the equal rights of others.
We are pleased and honored to have as our guest Mr. John W. Whitehead, attorney and author who has written, debated and practiced widely in the area of constitutional law and human rights. He is the President of The Rutherford Institute and author of "Battlefield America: The War on the American People".
We are pleased to have Economist and Market Analyst Andy Sutton return to our show to discuss the status and projected trend of the market and the condition of our monetary system.
Jacob G. Hornberger is founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation. In 1987, Mr. Hornberger left a law practice to become director of programs at the Foundation for Economic Education. He has advanced freedom and free markets on talk-radio stations all across the country as well as on Fox News’ Neil Cavuto and Greta van Susteren shows and he appeared as a regular commentator on Judge Andrew Napolitano’s show Freedom Watch. Let's hear what he has to say about how the candidates for President stack up on the principle of individual freedom.
If we compare life in the United States during the first quarter of the 20th century to what life is like today we will recognize that we have not only lost our freedom; but as importantly, we are becoming aligned with government policy more so than family ties. This really disturbs me as I see it in my own family. It is discouraging, disrespectful and dangerous. Continuing on this course will lead to the eventual destruction of the family, the local community and the country as we perceive it. It is coming, but we can reverse the tide.
Aaron Janda is among a new generation of creators, influencers, and entrepreneurs. Aaron is a successful business owner and influencer who has created multiple streams of income for his family and is helping empower others to do the same! "My $100 Dollar Project" reaches audiences young and old. It challenges readers to think outside the box concerning money and it gives them basic insight into the mind of an investor. Aaron Janda inspires readers to take $100 Dollars and multiply it into $1000 Dollars and beyond!
We are pleased that David C. Hedlund has agreed to be on our show to discuss his vision for America as an independent running for the country’s highest office. He would like to focus on the dangers we face going forward. Mr. Hedlund is a business professional who has worked with people of most cultures and is moderately multi-lingual. Let’s hear what an independent voice has to say and compare it to the diatribes of establishment candidates.
We are honored that Professor Laurence J. Kotlikoff has accepted our invitation to be on our show. He is a William Fairfield Warren Professor and a Professor of Economics at Boston University, a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, President of Economic Security Planning, Inc., and the Director of the Fiscal Analysis Center. Professor Kotlikoff is a NY Times Best Selling author and an active columnist which have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, the Boston Globe, Bloomberg, Forbes, Vox, The Economist, Yahoo.com, Huffington Post and other major publications. In addition, he is a frequent guest on major television and radio stations. In 2014, he was named by The Economist as one of the world's 25 most influential economists.
He is with us today to discuss his latest book "Get What's Yours, The Secrets of Maxing Out Your Social Security"
We are pleased that Economist Andy Sutton has agreed to return to our show to update us on what is really happening in our, as well as, the world economy. Andy will give us an update of where we are and what we could expect. Please make it a point to join this broadcast as it will assist you in your personal planning.