The EPA

With so much conflicting “science” on both sides, hitting the balance of protecting the Earth’s environment while not unnecessarily killing jobs is hard to do. To learn one point of view, Steve interviews Rich Trzupek, author of “Regulations...

Thoughts of a Burglar

Learn how the burglar that’s planning on breaking into your house while you are away thinks, and why they picked you to burglarize, as Steve interviews Professor Richard T. Wright, author of Burglars On The Job....

Real Estate – Fun and Profit

Steve interviews Bryan Caplan, author of Selfish Reasons To Have More Kids: Why Being a Great Parent is Less Work and More Fun Than You Think. Then, Steve gives us an update on the world of Real Estate ownership for fun and profit....

Interview with Dr. Karen Sherman

Steve talks about defending a client in trial this past week who was being sued for $13 Million. Then, life is largely the result of daily individual choices. Some people make way better choices than others. Find out how and why as Steve interviews Dr. Karen Sherman,...

A Law Degree Doesn’t Equal Fortune

Some law students think that if they spend a bunch of money on a legal education they will just make a fortune, but now some are suing law schools claiming they’ve been sold a bill of goods. Steve interviews attorney and psychotherapist Will Meyerhofer, author...