Fri, 26 May 2017
It might look like a children's book, but Goodnight Obama is more than just that. It's an important reminder that parody is critical in this day and age.
Dr Jerome Corsi is author of Goodnight Obama, and is also head of the Washington, DC News Bureau for Alex Jones and Infowars.com. The two discuss his newest book, as well as what Jerome is expecting out of President Trump, and where we are in the business cycle.
[1:10] The idea behind Jerome's Goodnight Obama book
[6:41] Whether people who didn't vote for Trump are going to be pleasantly surprised when they realize what he's doing in office
[17:30] What Trump means when he talks about "infrastructure spending" isn't what most liberals think
[21:46] According to the idea of business cycles we're due for a recession. Is it going to hit Trump, will he avoid it, or is the idea of a business cycle outdated?
[24:23] The USA return to a carbon based economy
Direct download: AMA_174_Jerome_Corsi.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:20pm EDT
Fri, 19 May 2017
Tevi Troy, President of American Health Policy Institute and former Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services, joins Jason Hartman to discuss his newest book Shall We Wake the President?: Two Centuries of Disaster Management from the Oval Office.
The two take a look into the history of American presidents handling of disasters, as well as trying to look at our current president, Donald Trump, to see if there are any signs as to how he might handle a disaster. Jason also probes the former Deputy Secretary about how the Republicans might actually be able to craft a replacement for Obamacare that the Democrats might actually support, and that would actually improve our system.
[1:07] The best and worst presidents at handling disasters
[4:43] How Tevi thinks Donald Trump will handle disasters
[7:20] The newness of Trump's cabinet to politics could create a problem if there's an early disaster during his presidency
[10:29] How pop culture impacts presidents
[13:05] Tevi outlines a path that he believes Republicans should take to get a new healthcare bill passed
[16:10] How Trump's participation in pop culture might play a role in his presidency
Direct download: AMA_173_Tevi_Troy.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EDT
Fri, 12 May 2017
Just before the election, Jason Hartman talked with Bill Ayers, a retired Professor of Education, contributor to academic journals, and an original member of the Weather Underground. Bill has written several books, including his newest, Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto. Jason and Bill discuss eight major points from his book, and look into what the US can do to right itself.
[1:28] Demand the Impossible calls for Americans to release their imaginations and consider the impossible.
[3:51] The eight issues addressed in Bill Ayers’ Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto.
[5:06] Privatized prisons are destroying America. The US has 20% of the prisoners in the entire world.
[6:50] What does public safety look like for free people in a democratic society?
[9:09] You can't label Bill has a tax and spend liberal
[12:28] The US needs a massive education reform
[21:14] Democratic and the Republican parties agree on war and Wall Street, but little else.
Direct download: AMA_172_Bill_Ayers.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EDT
Fri, 5 May 2017
The market is moving and it seems to be moving in the right direction for real estate investors. The historical average for appreciation for single family homes is ~6% nationwide. If you are already an income property investor, the good news is rents may be pushing upward. Jason’s guest today is the author of the new book, Global Shocks: An Investment Guide for Turbulent Markets. Nick Sargen is Senior VP and Chief Economist at Fort Washington Investment Advisors. He is a former economist at Morgan Guaranty trust, Salomon Brothers, Prudential Insurance and JP Morgan. He shares his insights about how the markets will react to a Trump presidency.
[1:05] President-elect Trump may lead the US with a pro-business stance.
[4:33] Trump is a spender which could lead to higher interest rates.
[5:45] Nick Sargen worries about Trump’s trade issue.
[9:41] Budget deficits do not mean inflation.
[12:08] Trump will be a pro-growth, real estate president.
[15:00] The market is moving with the belief that all of Trump’s policies will promote growth.
[17:50] Diving into the Global Shocks: An Investment Guide to Turbulent Markets book.
[20:24] How to capitalize on a bubble.
[24:08] Financial institutions have led the way during the current stock market rally.
Direct download: AMA_171_Nick_Sargen.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:10pm EDT