Steven Spierer, 2/6/16

Starting at about the end of World War II in 1945, more and more people began to acquire things. Lower prices and easy availability put more and more products within reach of consumers. Technology generated more goodies, tools and toys for people to buy. But recent studies show that things do not provide the satisfaction […]

Steven Spierer, 1/30/16

Technology driven economic growth was fantastic in America in the early part of the 20th century, and the middle class was created and nurtured as a result. Steve talks about why today’s technology growth isn’t doing anything like that. Then, the Presidential campaign has been in high gear for nearly a year now, but we […]

Steven Spierer, 1/23/16

Doing a good job of assessing risk in financial choices, health decisions and in raising children can make life safer, easier and happier. But it’s harder than it looks. Steve interviews Greg Ip, author of Foolproof: Why Safety Can Be Dangerous and How Danger Makes Us Safe.

Steven Spierer, 1/16/16

Steve, a practicing Southern California lawyer for 38 years, talks about how the legal system has changed during that time and where it’s headed now. Then, Steve talks about the awful week in the stock market.

Steven Spierer, 1/9/16

The best parents are the ones that make themselves increasingly unnecessary. Because many parents, who only want to help, make their children perpetually dependent without intending to do so, Steve interviews Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success.

Steven Spierer, 12/26/15

The stock market has taken back all of its 2015 gains and then some. To find out whether investors should be nervous, very nervous or downright panicking, Steve welcomes Certified Financial Planner Phil Albitz back to the show to discuss the volatile investing climate, risk management and lots of money issues, including stocks, bonds, inflation, […]

Steven Spierer, 12/19/12

Many people climb the ladder of success only to discover too late that their ladder has been leaning against the wrong building the whole time. Others do work well and happily for many years and then find they are no longer satisfied by that work. Tom Allen III was a practicing attorney in Redondo Beach […]

Steven Spierer, 12/12/15

First, Steve talks about the times in United States history when we have seen nativism, xenophobia and fear of others. We have survived it before and Steve thinks we will survive it again. Then, because we are all getting older every day, Steve talks with Jane Long, an expert in senior assisted living, independent living, […]

Steven Spierer, 12/5/15

First, Steve says Donald Trump won’t be the Republican party nominee and explains why Corporate Media refuses to see it. Then, Steve interviews Stefanie Elkin, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, about a most unusual relationship.

Steven Spierer, 11/21/15

After the American Revolution in 1776 the individual colonies that had banded together to win freedom from the British thought they would go their separate ways. It took thirteen years for the thirteen colonies to become one country and to agree to the Constitution of the United States of America by which we live today. […]