25 Years of McCuistion: Immigration Policy for the Future
This program addresses a huge question: what is the one thing we should do today to solve the immigration issue? As you might expect there is no one or simple answer and each of our panelists have diverse solutions.
25 Years of McCuistion: Immigration Policy from 1990-2015
Immigration is part of the founding myth of the United States which has gone through several immigration waves in its short history.
In part three of this series on immigration the subject is immigration policy for the future. Host, Dennis McCuistion, is joined by: Rick Gump: Lawyer/ Owner, Richard A. Gump, Jr. PC Professor Neil Foley, PhD: Southern Methodist University, Robert H. and Nancy Dedman Chair in History, Author: Mexicans and the Making of America Pia Orrenius, PhD: V.P and Senior Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas,... [Read more]
Immigration policy is the subject of this McCuistion Program episode. Joining host, Dennis McCuistion, to continue the Immigration question on part two of our three part series are guests: Richard A. Gump Jr. PC, Owner: Immigration Law Pia Orrenius PhD, – V.P. and Senior Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Adjunct Professor, Hankamer School of Business, Baylor University Author of Beside... [Read more]
The history of immigration in the United States is the topic of today’s discussion. Ironically even though the United States is a nation of immigrants, immigration has been a controversial issue from its very beginnings. The immigration debate is again heating up as a result of President Obama’s executive actions as they relate to immigration. Recent news headlines report that 26 states filed... [Read more]
STOP! Don’t fix your weaknesses! Focus on your strengths… Have you ever tried to “fix” anyone? Have you focused on what doesn’t work, what you or they do wrong? Has it worked? In 1998- Tom Rath, author of STRENGTHSFINDER 2.0, worked with a team of Gallup scientists with a goal of starting a conversation about what’s right with people. “We were tired of living... [Read more]
New ways of learning are challenging the traditional higher education model! This program explores the every changing scope of how teachers are teaching and students are learning. Joining Dennis McCuistion are guest panelists: Adam Brackin, PhD: Research Assistant Professor, Arts and Technology, UT Dallas Marjorie Hass, PhD: President, Austin College Toni Portmann: CEO, Lockin One example... [Read more]
Technology advances have changed many things, one of which is the way students are learning in the present day. Today’s students are prepared to live and work in a digital world and have different learning expectations as a result. In this episode we hear from expert panelists in the world of interactive teaching. Joining Dennis McCuistion are: Adam Brackin, PhD: Research Assistant Professor Arts... [Read more]
Edward Snowden’s acts as a contractor of the National Security Administration (NSA) have caused some to call him a hero and others to call him a traitor. In this episode of the McCuistion Program Edward Snowden: Traitor or American Hero? panelists discuss the history of his acts as well as their various stances on what he did. The debate over Edward Snowden’s decisions has galvanized and... [Read more]
National security is the focus of this week’s episode. National security is important to all of us and the government has set agencies like NSA, CIA and FBI in place to keep the country secure. Joining host, Dennis McCuistion, to discuss and question the issues around national security and our basic freedoms are acknowledged experts in this field: Sahar Aziz: Board Member: American Civil Liberties... [Read more]
Wall Street scandals, corporate malfeasance, the banking debacle and questionable business ethics have increasingly “forced companies and their leadership under a microscope”. Sarbanes- Oxley has brought pressure on how boards should be structured and how they operate, yet one area in corporate governance still suffers. Board diversity continues to be a challenge in the United States,... [Read more]Read More Posts From This Category »