The recent election campaign has caused decided schisms in relationships.

Overall the breakdown in relationships is having an impact on every level, financial, social, psychological and in some cases is causing long lasting breaks in our communities among friends and families. There is a high cost involved in how we communicate and treat each other.

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Left to Right: Mahmoud Sadri, Phd, Dennis McCuistion, Ami Moore, Phd, Robert E. Hall

Joining host, Dennis McCuistion, to talk about the dangers as well as solutions to broken and fractured relationships are guests:

Robert Hall, believes there is a growing crisis in relationships, from family to friends. His examples: for the first time in history, 50% of children born in the US are born to single moms and their children face a poverty level 5 times that of their peers in two “parent” households. In friend relationships, there have been decreases in the number of friends people now have – from an average of three to now two, and the number of people without any close friends has tripled.

Not just a North American problem, Dr. Ami Moore, Fulbright scholar, relates her extended research studies in West Africa and observations on how changing relationships are causing new challenges as families drift further from their native roots. She says, “No-one teaches us to manage changes”. And the many changes she observed are increasingly negative, particularly affecting those with reduced incomes. “These changes in male and female relationships are increasingly causing breakdowns in family relationships and marriages”.

Dr. Mahmoud Sadri believes that while we are in challenging times this is also a time of dynamic equilibrium. There is hope for the future and many new ways of relating are open to us.

Terry Brock and Gina Carr, business consultants renowned for their work on TRIBES, join us for a brief excerpt. They comment on social media and how it can extend our reach, help us make more new “friends” and be less isolated. “Social media is a wonderful way to connect, it leverages touch and interaction”.

Join us for a brisk dialogue on the challenges facing relationships today, and let’s keep talking about things that matter with people who care.

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Robert Hall, businessman, consultant and author: This Land Of Strangers: The Relationship Crisis That Imperils Home, Work, Politics and Faith, joined us a while back for a two part program on our relational decline and the societal trends that got us there. In the face of the backlash and continuing protests following the election results, his thoughts are insightful and shed some insight into the trend the elections followed.

In his most recent Huffington post article titled: “Tribal vs. Team Leadership: Trump, Hillary & You”, he mentioned that “more than half of Americans say the 2016 election is a major source of stress (American Psychological Association)”. He goes on to say, “Much of the stress associated with the Presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton can be attributed to how two different types of groups – teams and tribes – have run-amok. In fact, much of employee disengagement in business, church defections from denominations, and institutional distrust emanates from dysfunction within tribal and team-oriented groups and their leaders”.

He describes how teams and tribes work well or don’t, and how “teams become dysfunctional when their focus on accomplishing or winning causes them to abandon their values, ethics and loyalty.” Tribes become dysfunctional when their commitment to rigid, uncompromising beliefs feed never-ending conflict and warfare”.

His compare and contrast of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and their election strategies is worth a read. He critically evaluates them both and ties it back to his studies on relationships; the good and the fractured ones.

According to Robert Hall, “Teams and tribes are our most valuable and highest form of group. But, when we as members become singularly obsessed with winning or our own ‘rightness’, our groups become dysfunctional and everybody loses”.

On the program, he said he’s “never seen anything like the dysfunctional mess we are in. Leaders who feel entitled to lose touch with followers evoke a specific kind of costly broken relationship- the popular term, disengagement”.

“Leaders used to be able to say one thing and do another, because no one would ever know,” Hall says. “Not today. There’s virtually nothing you can do that’s not out there to be found. We want leaders who will authentically tell the truth. Instead, we get people who manipulate us. And we’re less willing to put up with that every day.”

Left to Right: Robert E. Hall, Dennis McCuistion, and the late Jim Underwood, PhD

On that program, host Dennis McCuistion was also joined by: (The late) Jim Underwood, PhD, former Professor of Management at Dallas Baptist University and a prolific author, including, the best seller, What’s Your Corporate I.Q.?

According to Dr. Jim Underwood, a spirit of transiency is everywhere. Two hundred of the Fortune 500 companies have relationship issues in management or in their culture, with many companies experiencing a 70% turnover rate among their CEO’s. Research indicates as organizations become larger, the atmosphere becomes toxic if management does not align its leadership with a relationship culture.

Left to Right: Terry Brock, Gina Carr, Niki Nicastro McCuistion & Dennis McCuistion.

Gina and Terry join in to talk about tribes and social media.

Is there hope? While the jury’s still out -our guest’s state we’re starting to recognize the need for positive emotion and a return to our core values. Yet, we sometimes have to be hit over the head.

 

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Can Twitter predict who will win the election?

Two out of three Americans use social media every day. There are 100 million daily active twitter users, 1,374,000,000 people on Facebook, 2.3 million Google searches a second, 187 million unique visitors monthly; and 1 billion viewers on YouTube generating millions of hours and trillions of views. Our go-to means for research and news has changed dramatically from the days of print, radio and television.

Social media and technology has opened the door to more possibilities of hacking, vote totals that can be tampered with, tweets deleted and infinite possibilities to influence voters with information, not all factual. And while people may be more engaged, social media is most effective at the margins. People tend to self-select what reinforces their own beliefs and if they find a community like them individuals harden in their position.

Joining host Dennis McCuistion to discuss the impact of social media on our vote are experts in the field:

  • Murat Kantarcioglu, PhD: Professor of Computer Science and Director, Data Security and Privacy Lab, University of Texas at Dallas;
  • Chris Kraft: Founder and CEO, Share Rocket, Inc.;
  • Victoria Farrar-Myers, PhD: Senior Fellow, The John G. Tower Center for Political Studies, Southern Methodist University. Author: Controlling the Message, New Media in American Political Campaigns and
  • Hannah Wise: Dallas Morning News Breaking News Reporter.

How much does social media influence how we vote? Is it any more effective than print, radio and TV?
Does social media allow for more civic democracy, more content development of issues and deeper conversation? Or does it hinder and bias our outcomes depending on its source and slant?

Join us for a robust conversation using the archaic communication of television to see how the media is changing society and our way of thinking.

And please don’t forget that for the last 25 years it is you, our viewer who keeps us on the air.

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The United States Department of Defense estimates that 22% of all combat casualties from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are brain injuries.60% to 80% of soldiers who have other blast injuries may also have traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

Left to Right: Dr. Zant, Ray Cralle, Dr. Niezgoda, Col Sanchez (retired), Dennis McCuistion, Niki McCuistion

The results can be devastating: loss of memory, loss of executive functions, depression and even suicide. Blast exposure creates a signature injury in the brain, and as most soldiers have been exposed to repeated blasts, repetition means even more damage to the brain.

Treatment to date has been medication, anti-depressants, anti-psychotics and anti-anxiety medications that result in little success. Unfortunately pills treat the symptoms and may cause even more damage.

One treatment that treats the cause and is having remarkable success is hyperbaric oxygen therapy, a medical treatment that enhances the body’s natural healing process through breathing 100% oxygen in an enclosed chamber. The extra oxygen reaches all of the damaged tissues, help kill bacteria, reduce swelling and aid the body’s healing process. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) helps the brain heal itself without the aftereffects of over-medication.

Joining host, Dennis McCuistion, are experts in the field of HBOT:

Unfortunately, the treatment is not always fully paid for by the Veterans Administration and many medical practitioners and physical therapists, Dr. Zant and Mr. Cralle included, offer the treatments pro bono.

Our guests are joined by: Dr. E. George Wolf, Jr., M.D., Colonel (ret), USAF, who talks about the Air Forces studies on HBOT and Matt Smotherman, Captain Oklahoma National Guard (retired). Mr. Smotherman was deployed to Afghanistan in 2011, hit by three separate IUD’s, was diagnosed with TBI and hospitalized. The recipient of a Purple Heart, he came back from the conflict with little executive function and no hope. He was cured by HBOT and has since returned to law school and is scheduled to graduate .

More information on Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment is available from the American Association for Hyperbaric Awareness to which we are indebted for their help with this program.

And please don’t forget that for the last 25 years it is you, our viewer who keeps us on the air.

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The silent wounds of war afflict thousands of our returning veterans.

The resulting effects from PTSD, (Post-traumatic stress disorder, a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event) traumatic brain injuries, and blast injuries are devastating.

The suicide rate among veterans has increased 34% since 2001, one suicide every 65 minutes with women veterans six times more likely to commit suicide than their civilian counterparts.

Veteran's Wounds

Left to Right: Jeffrey A. Niezgoda, MD, Lia M. Thomas, MD, and Daniel C. Krawczyk, PhD

The symptoms of each are exhibited in many ways, from complaints of just feeling something’s not quite right, being on edge, not sleeping well, lowered functions overall in memory, and actual withdrawal from everyday activities. The symptoms can accelerate to issues with the law and not wanting to live any longer.

Experts in the field:

  • Jeffrey A. Niezgoda, MD – President of the American College of Hyperbaric Oxygen;
  • Lia M. Thomas, MD – Medical Director, Mental Health Trauma Services Team, Dallas VA Center and,
  • Daniel C. Krawczyk, PhD – Associate Professor , Francis Chair in Behavioral Sciences , University Texas at Dallas,

join host, Dennis McCuistion to talk about the advances being made on the issues of PTSD and other traumas caused in combat as regards veterans.

The good news is that much is being done in the study of brain health, a relatively new term and a field that the Department of Defense is investing heavily in for military injuries. Brain health research explores understanding, protecting, and enhancing brain performance. The Center for Brain Health in Dallas actively conducts research with volunteers and teams of dedicated doctors and therapists.

Other multidisciplinary studies are being conducted in emotional reasoning and disorders from PTSD, autism to strokes and among other treatments, the use of hyperbaric oxygen treatments, heretofore a controversial discipline.

And while the Veteran’s Administration has been heavily criticized for not being as responsive as many believe they should, much has been gained in this area as well. In fact the VA of North Texas, the largest in the country, serving 38 counties in Texas and 2 counties in Oklahoma, have their average wait time for assistance to 2 days and walk-in help readily available.

Resolution of symptoms is growing. From new psychotherapies to game based simulations, our guests talk about the approaches that are leading to healthier lives and increased hope…

And please don’t forget that for the last 25 years it is you, our viewer who keeps us on the air.

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A very recent  House intelligence committee report has called National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden a “serial exaggerator and fabricator” who does not fit the profile of a whistleblower.
California congressman Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee, said that the vast majority of what Snowden took had nothing to do with American privacy. Justice Department spokesman Marc Raimondi has said “there is no question his actions have inflicted serious harms on our national security”. Snowden was an NSA contract employee when he took the documents and leaked them to journalists who revealed massive domestic surveillance programmes begun in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
Have journalists and citizen journalists gone too far and endangered national security? There is a concern that individual freedom and liberty is now exchanged for security. At what price? Is security the all-important paramount value?
Is there a significant failure on the part of journalism which instead of pursuing critical investigation and scrutiny is too often working in tandem with government? Does a relationship between journalists and government officials prevent the American media from being watchdogs over government, one of their principle roles? Are journalists now part of corporate America’s media division? And what exactly is the role of a journalist?
Joining us is Glenn Greenwald, cited as one of today’s most controversial journalists and the journalist Snowden leaked the information to- which was then published in The Guardian. He is co-founder of the Intercept Papers and author of No Place to Hide. Greenwald believes that media has in fact deviated from its role of watchdog to become servants and spokespeople for the government. He cites the breakdown in the coverage of the Iraq war, when supposedly respected journalists repetitively quoted anonymous sources and used little to no investigative scrutiny on stories which made the front page of the New York Times.

Panelists from Part 1 & 2 – Left to Right: Daxton “Chip” Stewart, PhD, Dee Smith, Tod Robberson, Niki McCuistion, Dennis McCuistion and Charles “Chip” Babcock

Our other guests include:
  • Tod Robberson – Former Editorial Writer with the Dallas Morning News, now with the St. Louis Times Dispatch,
  • Daxton “Chip” Stewart, PhD – Associate Dean, Associate Professor, Bob Schieffer College of Communication, and
  • Charles, “Chip” Babcock, Partner, Jackson Walker, L.L.P.

Our guests agree, government needs checks and balances, adversaries who monitor what they say. In order to sustain democracy a critical check for those in power at any level, government, corporations etc. is needed. Yet too often media has become integrated into the halls of power, rather than remain outside of it.

Left to Right: Niki McCuistion, Glenn Greenwald and Dennis McCuistion

Many media outlets are now owned by corporate America. So rather than be controversial, media is playing it safe. Yet independence is critical to reporting.
There is a price to a free democratic press and society. Our experts pose questions and provide answers in this provocative and lively discussion. The panelists agree, there is still very good   journalism being “published” albeit not always in print.

The bottom line, a free press is the cornerstone of democracy. Join us as this is truly a conversation of things that matter with people who care.

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Snowden, the movie; directed by Oliver Stone, portrays Edward J. Snowden as a hero- a patriot who suffered agonies over what he considered the U.S. government’s nefarious activities. He wanted to free people ( Americans ) from oppression. He says, “This is not about money and I have no hidden agenda. People can decide if I’m wrong or if something inside government is really wrong”.
In May of 2013, Glenn Greenwald,  who has been labeled as one of the single most polarizing figures in American journalism today and Laura Poitras, a documentarian, met with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong. The controversial interview (taped in a hotel room, with their not knowing if at any moment there would be a knock on the door, Snowden arrested and their material confiscated) became the basis of the documentary Citizen Four as well as Greenwald’s book, No Place to Hide. The interview is featured in the film.

Left to Right: Niki McCuistion, Glenn Greenwald and Dennis McCuistion

We had the opportunity to interview Greenwald on his experience and his conversations with Snowden.

Join us and our guests: 

– Tod Robberson: Former Editorial Writer, Dallas Morning News
– Charles “Chip” Babcock: Partner, Jackson Walker, L.L.P and
– Gordon Dee Smith: CEO, Strategic Insight Group, Former CEO, Dallas Committee on Foreign Affairs, for a lively discussion on the    role of journalism and the potential impact on national security if too much information is given to the public. So where’s the fine line?
The ethics of journalism and whether the public has the “right to know”, even if at the expense of national security sparks some interesting insight from our experts. Our guests have strong opinions on the role of journalism and how it should be practiced and whether Snowden is a hero or a traitor.

Panelists from Part 1 & 2 – Left to Right: Daxton “Chip” Stewart, PhD, Dee Smith, Tod Robberson, Niki McCuistion, Dennis McCuistion and Charles “Chip” Babcock

From Greenwald’s perspective, labeling Snowden as a traitor is irrational. He says, “Snowden did not act as a traitor would, but instead acted as a whistleblower. He did not sell the material he had for a profit, nor pass it on to enemies of the U.S. or publish it on the Internet. In fact he says, he did the exact opposite. Snowden met with journalists, offered the material and asked that they get input from our government on it.”  Greenwald states more whistleblowers have been jailed and tried under this present administration than any other.

Our guests viewpoints differ somewhat. We talk about what journalism is and is not, its vital role in democracy, as watchdog, and the increasing need to shine a light on what our leaders do and say.
The issues are complex. As Americans we reject the idea of our own government spying on us and hope they do the right thing. Yet what is the right thing in a world of more connectivity and more margin for leaks and errors that could endanger our democracy?
And please don’t forget that for the last 26 years it is you, our viewer who keeps us on the air.
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Ethics, according to Merriam-Webster is an area of study that deals with ideas about what is good and bad behavior; a branch of philosophy dealing with what is morally right or wrong.

Left to Right: Richard Ebeling, PhD and Marianne Jennings, J.D.

Ethics makes for good business. Yet, most companies do not take the necessary steps to create a culture of ethics that governs their decision making. Companies claim to know what they are supposed to do. Most have written codes of ethics, classes and employee training in the subject matter, yet there is a huge gap between what should be and what actually happens.

Most employees say that the codes of ethical conduct set by their companies have little impact on their making ethically correct choices. It is the examples set by leadership and the actual culture of a company that influences their actions. The lack of ethics in quite a few financial institutions was a critical factor in the 2008 financial crisis and the subsequent bailouts cost taxpayers billions.

So how do you take ethics from theory to practice?

Experts on ethics and business moral codes:

  • Marianne Jennings, J.D.: Professor Emeritus Arizona State University Ethical and Legal Studies, author of The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse; commended as a top 100 thought leader on ethics and one of the most influential people in ethics by Ethics Magazine, and
  • Richard Ebeling, PhD: Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at the Citadel, former President of the Foundation for Economic Education and V. P. Future of Freedom Foundation

Professor Jennings and Dr. Ebeling join host, Dennis McCuistion, to discuss how the lack of transparency and ethics in banks and corporations greatly contributed to the financial crisis and what must be done to instill an ethical culture.

Left to Right: Richard Bowen

Left to Right: Richard M. Bowen, Cary Maguire, and Niki McCuistion

All agree, if there are regulations, rules and money to be made, chances are people will find loopholes. Something can be legal but not ethical. The model in some financial institutions was quantity not quality. Business has a choice. They can stay ethical or look for loopholes. Unfortunately, too many banks looked for loopholes, rewarded greed, and violated moral codes.

The program also features a short interview on ethics with Cary Maguire (Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility at SMU), who funded the National Center for Policy Analysis’ Financial Crisis Initiative . Mr. Maguire was recently honored with the inaugural “Cary M. Maguire Spirit of Ethics” award presented by The Greater Dallas Business Ethics Awards. This is a a new level of recognition to a company that demonstrates and champions above-and-beyond ethical practices.

Our experts discuss the steps that can be taken to implement the culture of ethics and transparency that may well prevent a financial debacle of the magnitude of 2008.

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Did Dodd-Frank set up a tyranny in our financial system?

The failure of Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac caused an outcry for due process, rule of law, regulation and reform. And while the intention was to revitalize the American economy, the reverse has occurred. The 19,000 pages of regulations, $35 billion of economic impact and 72 million hours of paperwork may not have worked as intended.

Hundreds of rules later, no one is really sure about any regulation’s effectiveness.

Join us for the  fourth of a six part series on the 2008 financial crisis, with special thanks to the National Center for Policy Analysis for their assistance in coordinating this series.

Left to Right: George A. Selgin, PhD, William K. Black and C.K. Lee

Joining Host, Dennis McCuistion, are:

Our guests state that some regulations have actually caused risk, helped the big banks become bigger, small banks fewer with many closing their doors as a result because of the crippling burden of keeping up with regulations.

George A. Selgin, PhD with audience members , Gerald Reihsen and FRTV Board Member, Gary Short

Regulations were supposed to unleash the market, yet we are at 2% economic growth, compared to a historic 3.5% growth. The average family has stagnant paychecks, has lost savings, have less access to credit, and we’re losing a community financial institution a day because of the volume and complexity of Dodd-Frank and other regulatory overkill.

Are we politically allocating capital in our economy? Can the Financial Protection Agency be fair regarding products it deems abusive or is it arbitrary and are we giving the so called protective agencies too much power?

While not a good news program, tune in to see what the experts predict.

Talking about things that matter… with people who care. And please don’t forget that for the last 25 years it is you, our viewer, who keeps us on the air.

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