There are more than 120,000 men, women and children in the United States (nearly 12,000 in Texas alone) who need an organ transplant to live. A single donor can save as many as 8 lives through organ donation and help as many as 75 people through cornea and tissue donation. Every 10... Read More

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... Read More

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,... Read More

Can a future financial crisis be prevented? [clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=”” position=””]It seems we keep repeating the same mistakes. Complex regulations, rewarding the too big to fail banks at the... Read More

On June 17 the Dallas Morning News had two excellent op-eds on financial reform. Congressman Jeb Hensarling wrote of his forthcoming Financial Choice Act to change provisions of the onerous, some say unconstitutional Dodd-Frank Act of 2010. Reverend Gerald Britt argued against reform.... Read More

The New York Times recently posted an article stating that when more women on are boards, executive pay is higher. The article presented interesting facts regarding this topic. It begins by saying: Appointing more women to corporate boards has long been viewed as a good thing for... Read More

[clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”#middleeast #refugees” related=”” layout=”” position=””]Millions of Middle East refugees are fleeing or have fled Middle Eastern countries because of wars, ISIS and terrorism and economic... Read More

Special Event Announcement: Dr. John Duke Anthony to Address the Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs on: [clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”#MiddleEast” related=”” layout=”” position=””]”America, Arabia, and the Gulf:... Read More

We’ve arrived! NFL Films is using a clip from the McCuistion Program, Techno Trends Part 1, on part of their documentary series program entitled, “A Tale of Two Cities”, that will air on the NFL Network on Saturday, December 19th 2015. Dennis asks a guest in... Read More

On  September 17th you get to keep McCuistion on the air: with your generous donations Greetings: North Texas Giving Day is on September 17th and we hope you’ll participate that day to help the Foundation for Responsible Television receive funds that directly keep the McCuistion... Read More

Free press is an American right, granted by the First Amendment… “Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of free speech, or of the Press…” In fact, the First Amendment has been interpreted by the Supreme Court as applying to the entire federal government (even... Read More

The below was released by NCPA on July 10, 2014. *** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Catherine Daniell at 972-308-6479 or catherine.daniell@ncpa.org Why the “Rich” Get Richer Quicker than the “Poor” Income Disparity Overblown By Official Measures: NCPA Report Dallas, TX (July... Read More

  IECG IN THE NEWS 2014 DCEO Excellence in Corporate Governance Award Corporate governance essentially means the system by which a company is run. And if you need to get up to speed on it, there is one person in North Texas to call: Dennis McCuistion. He’s a clinical professor... Read More

North Texas Giving Day is September 19, 2013.  On that day if you give $25 or more to the Foundation for Responsible Television, your funds will be multiplied!  Read More →

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Freedom Fest Interviews.  Freedom Fest, an annual event of thinkers, features some of the greatest minds and change agents in this country. This year’s Freedom Fest, had as its theme: Are We Rome? The history of Rome has served... Read More

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Freedom Fest Interviews.  The history of Rome has served as a model for government as well as a warning for what a Nation could descend to. In many ways there are disturbing parallels between the United States and Rome: government... Read More

North Texans greet President John F. Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy at Love Field on Nov. 22, 1963. Join us Thursday, August 22, 2013 for a Poignant, Educational Journey on the Legacy of JFK and the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination   The assassination of President John F. Kennedy... Read More

We spend about 85 percent of each day communicating, so it’s in our best interests to be good at it. Yet, we seldom concentrate on how our partner/ associates, friends and neighbors want to be communicated with. If you’ve ever wondered why it’s so  easy to talk... Read More

A Tribute to the Late Margaret Thatcher Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher became Britain’s first female prime minister in 1979 and served her nation very successfully in this role until her resignation in 1990. Known for her forceful convictions and strength of character,... Read More

The Washington Times reported today, “The Supreme Court  upheld the heart of President Obama’s health care law, ruling the federal government can compel Americans to buy health insurance. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., who wrote the controlling opinion, attempted a delicate... Read More