2017 Telly Award Winner Climate change views though are open to interpretation and many disagree that the earth is warming – catastrophically . Essentially the warming may be business as usual with a prediction of 4-8 degrees Fahrenheit over the 21st century. Advocates of climate change say 97% of scientists agree that the earth is […]
Climate Change/Global Warming: The History, the Threat, the Exaggeration (Re-Air)
2017 Telly Award Winner Climate change has been a global public policy issue for 40 plus years. Host Dennis McCuistion is joined by key experts in the field: John Geissman, PhD: Professor and Department Head, Geosciences, University of Texas at Dallas Patrick J. Michaels, PhD: Director, Center for the Study of Science, Cato Institute; author […]
Robert E. Hall and Don Beck, PhD join McCuistion for a riveting conversation discussing today’s social and political climate and what can be done to address the polarizing going on in the American society.
What Really Caused the 2008 Financial Crisis, Part Two (Re-Air)
So, what really caused the 2008 crisis: the failure of capitalism, socialism, too much regulation, too little regulation, Wall Street greed, fraud, corruption, cronyism, stupidity? Or all of the above? Guest, Representative Jeb Hensarling comments, “We suffered from dumb regulations and regulators, and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac who practiced capitalism on the way up […]
Two years ago, Ross Ulbricht, “Dread Pirate Roberts, the creator of Silk Road, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for creating and running the Silk Road, a massive dark web drug market. Since this program was taped, an appellate court denied an application from his legal team. Ross has received two life sentences […]
President Trump has called the media the enemy of the people, routinely castigates them, and has referred to the media as the “opposition party” to his administration. The media has always been the whipping boy of the politician, this is not new. Journalists are supposed to ask questions, get answers from many different sources, and […]
Ethics, as defined by Merriam-Webster is “the discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation… the principles of conduct governing an individual or a group.” Our experts, Marianne Jennings, J.D.: Professor Emeritus Arizona State University Ethical and Legal Studies, author of The Seven Signs of Ethical Collapse; commended as […]
Climate Change/Global Warming: The History, the Threat, the Exaggeration
Over the past 10 years, the question of mankind’s role in the warming climate has become a deeply polarized one in U.S. politics. An October survey from Pew Research found that only 15 percent of conservative Republicans think climate change is a function of human activity, compared with 79 percent of liberal Democrats.