Recent Programs

Freedom of the Press in a World of Intolerance

In September of 2005,  Jyllands-Posten, published 12 cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad; which brought on riots and deaths. Many accused him of deliberate incitement and blasphemy. Left to Right: Niki McCuistion, Flemming Rose and Dennis McCuistion Flemming Rose, Foreign Editor of Jyllands-Posten; author of Tyranny of Silence; joins us to talk about, how one cartoon ignited the global debate... [Read more]

Oh Yes, I Did Build That!

Join us as we discuss free market and economic progress. In 2011, then to be Senator Elizabeth Warren made a speech that has since been made famous by President Obama, that said the help and infrastructure of most of this country was built by government. Left to Right: W. Michael Cox, PhD, Peter Goettler Warren said: “there is nobody in this country who got rich on their own. You move... [Read more]

Communicating to Succeed

If you’ve ever wondered why it’s so  easy to talk to some people; why you have an instant rapport with some and not others the answer might be you’re  not communicating  with people on their wavelength. According to Tony Alessandra, PhD, CSP, CPAE and author of The Platinum Rule , we too often treat people according to the Golden Rule:  “do unto others the way you’d... [Read more]

25 Years of Education: How to Educate Our Children In the Future

Education is the focus of part three of this three part series on education. To date, the U.S. ranks 36th in the world in terms of overall education. Therefore it’s no surprise our experts conclude that the U.S. educational system needs restructuring. It is not educating our children to get the jobs that will help them be self-sufficient citizens. Joining host, Dennis McCuistion, to discuss... [Read more]

25 Years of Education: Progress or Decline?

Education in the United States is problematic. We keep throwing money at schools with no success. During this second episode in a three part series, we discuss whether education is progressing or declining. Host, Dennis McCuistion, talks to guests: Courtney Boswell: Executive Director, Texas Institute for Education Reform The Honorable Kathleen Leos: CEO, the Global Institute for Language and Literacy... [Read more]

25 Years of McCuistion: The State of Education in 1990

Education is the subject of the first part in a three part series on 25 Years of Education. In the 1983 report A Nation At Risk, President Reagan said, “if an unfriendly foreign power had intended to impose on America the mediocre education system that exists today, we might well have viewed it as an act of war”. In the U.S. education today costs 2.5 times more per pupil than it did 50... [Read more]

Fractured Relationships and Their Impact on Our Personal Lives and Faith (Re-Air)

Joining host, Dennis McCuistion, are Guests: Robert E. Hall – Author: This Land Of Strangers: The Relationship Crisis That Imperils Home, Work, Politics and Faith Ami Moore, PhD – Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of North Texas Mahmoud Sadri, PhD – Professor of Sociology, Affiliated Professor of Women’s Studies, Texas Woman’s University Robert Hall,... [Read more]

Fractured Relationships and Their Impact on Business and Politics (Re-Air)

Why Are Our Relationships Breaking Down? Robert E. Hall, Dallas business man, author of This Land of Strangers: The Relationship Crisis That Imperils Home, Work, Politics and Faith and several other business books, including, The STREETCORNER STRATEGY for Winning Local Markets, “which inspired the customer relationship management movement”, was recently interviewed by the Dallas Morning News’... [Read more]

25 Years of McCuistion: Immigration Policy for the Future

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]

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