Cancel Culture: A Political Hot Potato? (2902)
What is the controversy about cancel culture all about? Is it helping our society evolve, or is it polarizing us? Or is there some common ground we can learn from?
The Workplace of Today: What It’ll Look Like Tomorrow (2903)
The workplace has dramatically shifted In the last three years, in part influenced by the pandemic. It’s introduced new ways of working, liberated workers from just the 9 to 5, the list goes on.
Declassification: The Law, Security, History and Politics (2906)
It appears that classification is not always done to ensure our national security but to potentially shield our government and those who act on its behalf from embarrassment, policy failures and just plain incompetence. Why should we as citizens care?
LGBTQ+ Issues in Society Today (2905)
What is the impetus for the wave of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation that we have been seeing across the U.S.? To bring clarity to this complicated topic, joining Host Jim Falk are three experienced experts in the medical, legal, and psychological professions:
Is Drone Warfare Ethical? (2901)
Drone warfare remains controversial, with many questioning the ethics, morality, and critical legal issues of using drones to fight their wars, even though they may be considered essential instruments of war.
China’s Overreach and Its Derailment (2904)
Joining host Jim Falk are Susan Shirk, Ph.D., research professor and chair of the 21st Century China Center, UCSD, author of Overreach: How China Derailed Its Peaceful Rise, and David Firestein, President and CEO, The George HW Bush Foundation for Us-China Relations. The focus: our strained relations with China and China's aggressive foreign policy.
Inflation: How It Affects Your Pocketbook (2826)
Inflation as of this recording is the highest it’s been in 40 years and is certainly higher than what the Fed claims it is. So, is the Fed creating the problem or recording the problem? Are we headed for a recession?
NATO: Undervalued Until Essential (2825)
Just a few years ago, NATO ( the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) was described by France’s President as brain dead. But thanks to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. NATO and the Transatlantic Alliance appear to be even more united.
Re-Air: The China Nightmare (2810)
Since this program first aired in April of this year, China has had many challenges and issues, severe economic problems, youth unemployment at record highs, a troubling estate slump, and the list goes on.
Re-Air: 2030: Reshaping Our Future, Part Two (2806)
Tune in to find out more about Mauro F. Guillen, Ph.D.'s seven principles – which will allow us to approach 2030 strategically and wisely ourselves.
Re-Air: Reshaping our Future: Part One (2805)
Mauro F. Guillen, Ph.D., author of 2030, How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything, says, "the world as we know it today will be gone by 2030." That's only eight years away! Watch the show to see what you can expect and how to prepare.
Why Israel Matters (2823)
The conversation focuses on the success of the Abraham Accords and the new alliances they create, the Palestinian/Israeli conflict, and new Israeli leadership.
Re-Air: The Mental Challenges of Being an Olympian (2811)
As we have witnessed in recent years the stress and anxiety Olympic athletes face can lead to mental challenges. See what our experts have to say.
Re-Air: The Geography and Economics of Happiness (2801)
Are some countries happier than others? If so, why? What are the attributes of happiness, and can it be bought? Does geography dictate our happiness cycle? See what our expert has to say.
Preventing Mass Shootings: See Something, Say Something (2822)
Join Vince Poscente and expert guests as they continue the conversation about mass shootings with a focus on assessment and prevention.