Politicians and commentators preach about breaking gridlock in Washington to boost the economy and create good jobs but that is NOT the problem or the solution. Steve talks with ‘The Curious Capitalist’ and the Assistant Managing Editor of Time Magazine in charge of economics and business, Rana Foroohar.
Most would agree that the campaign and election process in the United States could use improvement. Steve interviews Donna McAleer who just completed a campaign for the United States Congress in Utah’s 1st District. Donna did not win and she will tell Steve why.
Steve shares his views as to how to set and achieve great life goals and make the biggest and smallest life decisions while reducing the chances of making disappointing mistakes. Then, Steve welcomes Dr. Wendy Walsh back to the program to talk with one Mom about the challenges presented by her two children, ages 3 […]
The government tells us the economy is getting better with jobs being added and economic growth on track. Fewer people than ever feel that way. The disparity between rich and poor, creation of low-paying no-future jobs, the crushing of the middle class and large companies whose stock goes up every time there are layoffs call […]
Steve interviews five time United States Congressman, Professor of Law and Economics, and former Supreme Court Law Clerk/Attorney Tom Campbell about Obamacare’s upcoming second challenge in the United States Supreme Court, what the recent health challenges of 82 year old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg may mean, and about what a Grand Jury is […]
Despite volumes of scientific research on depression, including cross-cultural studies, new neuroscience and new pharmaceuticals, the number of depressed people is growing. More people are chronically medicated for depression than ever before. Steve interviews Jonathan Rottenberg, author of The Depths: The Evolutionary Origins of the Depression Epidemic.
Do you love food? Steve certainly does. Steve interviews Baylen Linnekin, Executive Director of The Keep Food Legal Foundation about growing role of government in banning foods, overregulating food, telling us what food we can eat and generally interfering with one more aspect of individual freedom in the name of protecting the people.
Steve talks about this week’s elections and what they might really mean with journalist and political analyst John Avlon, author of Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America. Then, Steve shares his own thoughts on what needs to happen to solve the greatest single problem afflicting our government today. Finally, Steve talks with Nancy […]
Many people seek shortcuts to prosperity. Sometimes that’s smart and sometimes it’s not. Steve talks with Mark Hopkins, author of Shortcut to Prosperity, about ten entrepreneurial habits and Mr. Hopkins’ suggested roadmap for an exceptional career.
We are all aware of the Silicon Valley Billionaires. Some people dream that one good idea, one invention or one innovation, if it is grand enough, would change lives, starting with their own. Steve talks with Ken Tencer, author of Cause a Disturbance, who says that if you can slice a melon or make a […]