Steven Spierer, 8/16/14

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Back in May Steve did a three-part series on money. Not how to invest millions, but what to consider if you have a job, perhaps a good job, but the money never seems to stretch far enough and you feel like you are on an unpleasant money treadmill where you never get anywhere. For some [...]

Steven Spierer, 8/9/14

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America is becoming a nation of increasingly sharply divided classes. The rise of Silicon Valley and the influence of technology combined with the collapse of the Media in doing their job of government oversight, and the paralysis of the government itself are creating a new class order, mostly at the expense of the middle class. [...]

Steven Spierer, 8/2/14

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The Supreme Courts of California and of the United States interpret laws and make rulings that change our lives for better and sometimes for worse. A practicing attorney in Southern California, Steve talks about how the legal system is supposed to work and how it sometimes works instead.

Steven Spierer, 7/26/14

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Steve, with his daughter-in-law Cyndy Spierer as his guest-host, interviews Meg Meeker, M.D., author of Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Lessons Mothers Need to Raise Extraordinary Men.

Steven Spierer, 7/19/14

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Steve talks with child development & behavior specialist and all around Parent, Betsy Brown Braun, author of ‘Just Tell Me What To Say,’ and ‘You’re Not The Boss of Me’.

Steven Spierer, 7/12/14

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Many people are diagnosed, some mis-diagnosed, with Crohn’s Disease, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. These conditions have no known cause, no cure and no approved or clearly effective treatment. Yet millions suffer and struggle. Steve interviews Andrea Hoot, an Enteroviral Researcher, and discusses practical approaches for individuals to take when consulting their own physicians to [...]

Steven Spierer, 6/28/14

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When we are aware of it, stress is a feeling of strain, pressure and upset. Certain types of stress are desirable, beneficial, and even healthy. Good stress helps improve athletic performance and can help generate motivation, adaptation, and appropriate responses to events in our daily lives. But too much stress and stress that is improperly [...]

Steven Spierer, 6/21/14

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Outside of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, no two Americans in public office had collaborated to such lasting effect since Richard M. Nixon and Henry Kissinger, and prior to that, Washington and Jefferson. But, despite their accomplishments, their misjudgments and misadventures left them the most unpopular president and vice president in generations. Now, a [...]

Steven Spierer, 6/14/14

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Tesla Motors has invented, built and marketed the first truly practical all-electric car with a battery range of more than 270 miles. Steve bought a Tesla and cannot stop driving it, thinking about it and talking about it. To allow himself to keep talking about it, Steve interviews Nick Howe, who has written a [...]

Steven Spierer, 6/7/14

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In today’s conclusion of Steve’s three part series on money, Steve talks about personal financial freedom. You have a job, maybe even a good one, but your hard-earned paychecks never seem to take you as far as you think they should and you feel like you are fighting a losing battle. The middle class in [...]