July 1

ChapterJackson

Chapter Jackson

Chapter Jackson, singer/songwriter & former welfare dependent, on how federal anti-poverty programs actually end up impacting the impoverished.

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July 2

Peter Schiff

Peter Schiff

Peter took calls on politics, finance, and the economy.

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July 3

Peter Lance

Peter Lance

Peter Lance, scholar at the Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies & author of Deal with the Devil: The FBI’s Secret Thirty-Year Relationship with a Mafia Killer, on how the government allowed one man to commit mass murder so that a police investigation could procure more information.

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July 8

Vincent Vittorio

Vincent Vittorio

Ron Paul

Ron Paul

Bill Kauffman

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Vincent Vittorio, producer & founder of Life is My Movie Entertainment, on how some American entrepreneurs are managing to weather today’s economic headwinds, as documented in his new film, “American Made Movie”.

Vincent Vittorio

Ron Paul, former Republican presidential candidate and congressman from Texas, on his new efforts to save American children from public education and American foreign policy from conventional wisdom.

Ron Paul

Bill Kauffman, author most recently of Bye Bye, Miss American Empire, on the Civil War movie based on his screenplay, “Copperhead”.

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July 9

Brad Thor

Brad Thor

Brad Thor, #1 New York Times best-selling author, on his new novel detailing the secret history of the Federal Reserve, Hidden Order.

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July 10

Gabriele Donati

Gabriele Donati

Gabriele Donati, jazz musician and founder of TimeRepublik.com, on the online marketplace and social network he created where people can trade goods and services in exchange for units of time

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July 11

J. Neil Schulman

J. Neil Schulman

J. Neil Schulman, novelist & filmmaker, on his new film “Alongside Night”.

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July 12

Peter Schiff

Free Form Friday, guided by the best callers in talk radio!

Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 07-08-13 to 07-12-13

  • Monday – Due to Obamacare, the increase in jobs are part time jobs.
  • Tuesday – If the economy were strong, credit card use wouldn’t be increasing.
  • Wednesday – Oil prices are increasing globally, due to our inflationary policy.
  • Thursday – The Feds are laying the foundation for more QE.
  • Friday – Bernanke is mistaken: deflation encourages investments.
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July 15

Diane Katz

Diane Katz

Jim Angelus

Jim Angelus

Diane Katz, esearch fellow at the Heritage Foundation, on why the Farm bill House Republicans passed last week is even more terrible than the Farm bill those same Republicans voted down a week earlier.

Jim Angelus, founder of San Francisco’s Bacon Bacon restaurant, on the bacon haters populating city bureaucracies he’s having to fend off just to keep his workers employed.
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July 16

Bill Isaac

Bill Isaac

Bill Isaac, former chairman of the FDIC & senior managing director of FTI Consulting, on how Bernanke failed to learn the lessons of the Savings and Loan crisis

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July 17

Rujul Zaparde

Rujul Zaparde

Rujul Zaparde, co-founder and CEO of FlightCar, on why he’s choosing to skip the Ivy League in favor of revolutionizing the car rental industry.

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July 18

Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux

Stefan Molyneux, author & host of Freedomain Radio, on what needs to be done about the IRS’s targeting of Obama critics, Benghazi, and how America looks from a Canadian perspective.

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July 19

Peter Schiff

Free Form Friday, guided by the best callers in talk radio!

Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 07-15-13 to 07-19-13

  • Monday – Companies aren’t hiring because they’re saddled with expenses.
  • Tuesday – The Fed wants inflation, though it’s bad for us.
  • Wednesday – Bernanke will never admit that he misdiagnosed the problem.
  • Thursday – Bernanke claims to have the tools, but he won’t identify them.
  • Friday – Our inflation numbers are fictitious.
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July 22

Radley Balko

Radley Balko

Radley Balko, senior writer at the Huffington Post & author of the just released Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police Forces, on the consequences of arming local cops like SEAL Team 6.

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July 23

Kishore Mahbubani

Kishore Mahbubani

Neeraj Chaudhary guest hostingÖKishore Mahbubani, professor of public policy at the National University of Singapore & former president of the United Nations Security Council, on why Asia is poised to dominate the future global economy.

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July 24

Keith Hall

Keith Hall

Keith Hall, former commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics & senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center, on how the federal government uses misleading data to paint a rosy economic picture.

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July 25

Rick Newman

Rick Newman

Rick Newman, Yahoo! Finance columnist & author of Rebounders: How Winners Pivot from Setback to Success, on why he’s draining his life savings in a bid to help boost the economy.

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July 26

Peter Schiff

Free Form Friday, guided by the best callers in talk radio!

Cliff’s Notes Recap Weekly Recap for 07-22-13 to 07-26-13

  • Monday – Bankruptcy won’t solve Detroit’s problems.
  • Tuesday – Backwardation in gold points toward higher prices.
  • Wednesday – US medium per capita wealth ranks 27th in the world.
  • Thursday – Obama’s at an all time low approval rating.
  • Friday – Inflation in Japan will not bolster their economy.
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July 29

Ilya Somin

Ilya Somin

Ilya Somin, law professor at George Mason & author of the Volokh Conspiracy blog, on how eminent domain abuse and corporate welfare helped assure Detroit’s demise.

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July 30

John Burbank

John Burbank

John Burbank, executive director of the Economic Opportunity Institute, on his “Pay it Forward” bill, which will soon become law in Oregon, that promises free college tuition in exchange for a 3 percent levy on future earnings.

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July 31

Ron Packard

Ron Packard

Ron Packard, founder and CEO of K12, on why it’s time to upend the public education cartel and enable children to benefit from educational opportunities afforded by the Internet and other technology.

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