Saturday, October 27, 2007
Hanretty talks to us about why she chose to work for Thompson; his positions on Intelligent Design & the Line Item Veto; why the campaign is focusing on Fox News; their thoughts on the Newsweek article; and Thompson's opinion on political ambition from a young age.
Friday, October 26, 2007
Orson Swindle sheds light on McCain's character, where he stands on torture, and what kind of President he would be on Free Trade. There were some communications issues, so I apologize in advance for any beeps or 1 second cut offs.
Thursday, October 25, 2007
Riemer talks to us about how the Obama campaign is going to get college students to vote, the differences between Clinton and Obama on Iran, where Obama stands on Darfur, and the uniqueness of South Carolina.
Monday, October 22, 2007
Best-selling author of Diary of a Real Estate Rookie Alison Rogers, informs us about real estate. We cover the possible housing bubble; the influence of politicians on interest rates; the best places and ways to buy national and international real estate; subprime crisis; and ethical corporate investing in companies like Philip Morris and Exxon Mobil.
Friday, October 12, 2007
Professor Austan Goolsbee from the Graduate School of Business at The University of Chicago talks about economic mobility, education, minimum wage, free trade, wal-mart, and more. Unfortunately, his thoughts on how effective an economic method divestment is was cut off. This is part 2 of this 2 part interview.
Professor Austan Goolsbee from the Graduate School of Business at The University of Chicago talks about economic mobility, education, minimum wage, free trade, wal-mart, and more. Unfortunately, his thoughts on how effective an economic method divestment is was cut off. This is part 1 of this 2 part interview.
Tuesday, October 9, 2007
The former Republican gubenatorial candidate for California talks to us about Giuliani's rigid belief that taxes must always be low, his details on Healthcare, the mayor's thoughts on school choice, and his friendship with Howard Dean.
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Ambassador Bolton talks to us about his upcoming book, why the Republicans care about Darfur, his thoughts on President Sarkozy and Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and his take on the controversial book The Israel Lobby.
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
Wolfson talks to us about what he studied here at the University of Chicago, what matters when voting, Clinton's relationship with Fox News, what kind of access reporters will have to her, her relationship with Hollywood, and Clinton's latest fundraising numbers.
The Human Rights Professor from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government talks about how to talk to countries like Syria and what should the United States do to combat the humanitarian crisis in Darfur.