Dr. David A. Yeagley is one of the most controversial voices in American politics. How does his ancient heritage tie in with his outspoken views? Do political labels really matter? What does he think about the rise of Ron Paul libertarianism? Let's find out. Published June 30 2012
Hint: it has nothing to do with race, ethnicity, or Marco Rubio. Published June 29 2012
What can be done to end the Great Recession? Is Ron Paul Republicanism the way of the future? Are libertarian economic plans good for America? In this third and final part of our discussion, economist Ian Fletcher explains. Published June 28 2012
How has NAFTA really played out for the United States? What about China's currency manipulation schemes? Economist Ian Fletcher explains in this second part of our discussion. Published June 27 2012
Is free trade all it's cracked up to be? Can libertarian theories really provide for a sound economy? Part one of an interview with economist Ian Fletcher. Published June 26 2012
According to a new Gallup survey, we are losing our confidence in organized religion. What does this mean for the future? Published June 25 2012
What can America do to help Israel? What would Barack Obama's reelection mean? Pamela Geller explains in this third and final part of our discussion. Published June 24 2012
Pamela Geller attracted national headlines by opposing Park51. What were the underlying motives of her protests? Part two of an interview with one of America's most controversial pundits. Published June 23 2012
Pamela Geller is one of the most controversial pundits in America today. What does she have to say about the traditional media, news bias, and political correctness? Find out. Published June 22 2012
Why making Marco Rubio the Republican vice-presidential nominee would be a terrible mistake. Published June 20 2012
How is American politics being corrupted? Can we use faith to find solid solutions to anything? Ask Peter Singer. Published June 18 2012
How important are ethics in our lives? Do they put food on the table or a roof over your head? Part one of an interview with renowned ethicist Peter Singer. Published June 17 2012
Who should the United States support: a dynastic dictator or Jihadist rebels? Is this even a choice? Published June 15 2012
Who is Rocky Anderson? Really? The conclusion of a four part interview with the former Salt Lake City mayor and current presidential candidate. Published June 13 2012
Since he walked away from the LDS Church as a young man to his confronting private sector takeovers of public organizations in the present, Rocky Anderson has always been a cog in the establishment's machine. Why? Published June 11 2012
What does Rocky Anderson have to say about bringing America's economy back from the brink, promoting sound national security policies, and dealing with challenging social issues? Let's find out. Published June 10 2012
One of America's most famous urban politicians and social activists, Rocky Anderson has hit the ground running for president. Published June 8 2012
Scott Walker's reelection is sure to promote radicalism within the GOP, painting a troublesome picture for the Party's future. Published June 6 2012
The Vatican, Ayn Rand, Vietnam. Yes, worth thinking about. Closing words on cognitive science with Dr. Michael Hewitt-Gleeson. Published June 4 2012
Are faith, ideology, or even the traditional left-right political spectrum really practical for problem solving? Part two of an interview with Dr. Michael Hewitt-Gleeson. Published June 3 2012
Joseph F. Cotto is a social journalist and student of history from central Florida. He writes about everything from political trends to men's fashion, but finds nothing to be more interesting than a good interview. In the past, he ...Read More
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