A lot of things around us are changing quickly. That can make financial matters like investing for the future pretty challenging, to put it mildly. Certified Financial Planner Patrick Huey joins me to discuss his book History Lessons for the Modern Investor. Learn about the historical stories that resonate most in our current market.
Sometimes we wonder if there's anyone out there looking out for us. One thing we know for certain, there are some folks who are definitely looking at us, and not in a good way. Edward Snowden is warning Apple customers that the all-seeing "i' in your iPhone has just declared war on your privacy.
Current events are making it clear that there are few things as important as being able to make your own informed health decisions. No one has been fighting harder to protect that right than my friend Kristen Chevrier from Your Health Freedom. She joins me to discuss her upcoming symposium Sept 11 in Layton, Utah.
What would prompt a promising young student to give up her seat in a prestigious law school just one week before orientation? Brett Cooper has some surprisingly solid reasons for her decision and why she's focusing her energy and resources elsewhere.
The U.S. government's definition of what constitutes a potential terrorist is getting downright silly. We're to the point where any disagreement with some government policy is enough to put you under suspicion. Jeff Minnick has an excellent column on keeping an eye on grandpa, the terrorist.
The author of Pandemic Blunder Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn is my guest as we discuss the ongoing savaging of our medical freedoms under the current pandemic. Dr. Hirschhorn has some strong thoughts on the FDA's approval of the Pfizer vaccine and the current push to get people vaccinated.