Fri, 24 February 2017
Jason Hartman talks with Ed Martin, former President of The Eagle Forum and former Chairman of the Missouri Republican Party, about the conservative case for Donald Trump.
Jason and Ed discuss the vision they believe Trump has, the willingness to do what's right for America, how America can fix our trade issue, and the dangers of the establishment like the Clintons represent.
[1:45] Whether we need a conservative case for Trump when many of his former stances seem liberal
[4:32] Where Ed stands on free trade
[8:47] The difficulty of creating a level playing field between nations when discussing trade
[13:10] Why we need someone to come in and shake things up
[16:40] The Clintons as the status quo
Fri, 17 February 2017
James D. Kuhn is President of New York City’s Newmark Grubb Knight Frank commercial real estate advisory firm. James joined Jason Hartman to discuss the impending Trump presidency. They discussed everything from what it could mean for everything from real estate markets to the potential for inflation in the US. Without a political record to look back on, if Trump properly handles trade policies and corporate initiatives, he could spur job growth in struggling communities.
[2:03] Trump could have a serious impact on real estate
[6:12] Trump's trade policies will definitely create winners and losers
[11:19] James wholeheartedly believes the link between the lower and middle class benefiting from job growth is education.
[14:14] Online college should be accessible to all and cheap
[16:14] Real estate investors are having trouble finding value even before the election
[19:00] When will the Fed decide the US is ready to handle some inflation?
[20:42] Real estate is the last great investment opportunity
[23:09] Never forget, thou shall not gamble in real estate investing
Fri, 3 February 2017
Dan Millman has written 17 books, including his new book “The Four Purposes of Life”. He opens up about the special life calculator which uses numbers from your birth date to help illuminate your life path.
Dan is a former world champion athlete and martial arts instructor who, after a 20 year spiritual journey founded the Peaceful Warrior's Way. His work was even transformed into a feature film starring Nick Nolte, called "Peaceful Warrior".
[2:05] Dan's journey while writing The Four Purposes of Life
[4:09] What are the Four Purposes of Life?
[6:26] Expanding on Purpose #4 – Attend to the arising moment
[11:55] What impact increasing your quality of presence can have on your life
[13:35] Purpose #1 – being graceful while learning the lessons of life
[17:31] Purpose #2 – Your career and your calling aren't necessarily the same thing
[20:45] Purpose #3 – Discover life’s path
[25:25] The purpose of Dan's books
[26:05] 12 required courses in the school of life
[27:40] Dan's contact information
Fri, 27 January 2017
Jason Hartman was joined by Joel B. Pollak as they discussed his new book: See No Evil, 19 Hard Truths the Left Can't Handle. Joel is Senior Editor-at-Large and In-House Counsel at Breitbart News in Los Angeles, California, and also Editor of Breitbart California.
Before coming to work with Breitbart.com founder Andrew Breitbart, he ran for Congress as a Republican, Tea Party-backed candidate in his home state of Illinois. He was also a Research Fellow at the Hudson Institute, focusing on human rights and international law.
He holds law and bachelor's degrees from Harvard University, and a masters degree from the University of Cape Town. Joel has two other books: The Kasrils Affair: Jews and Minority Politics in Post-Apartheid South Africa (University of Cape Town Press, 2008), and Don't Tell Me Words Don't Matter: How Rhetoric Won the 2008 Presidential Election (Self-published, 2009).
He is a contributor to Canada's Sun News Network, and a frequent guest on Fox News and CNN.
[1:56] The liberal intolerance
[6:15] The monologue vs the dialogue media, and how it looks in regard to liberals and conservatives
[10:10] Why government funds any form of media
[13:35] How people refuse to talk about violence in movies, video games, and other liberal media
[18:00] The relabeling and redefining serious issues, and why words matter
[22:00] The debate about climate change, and how the left wants population control to protect resources, and why we should view people as the resource to solve the problem
Fri, 30 December 2016
AMA 158 - Breaking Ground: Chinese Investment in US Real Estate with Rosen Consulting Group's Arthur Margon
Jason Hartman talks with Arthur Margon, partner at Rosen Consulting, about Chinese investments in the United States, the state of real estate in the USA and more in this episode. Arthur recently co-authored a report with the Asia Society on the topic of Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate
Arthur is in charge of Rosen Consulting's New York office and has more than 20 years experience in real estate consulting and market analysis. He has developed securitization models, restructured bank loan portfolios, and served as an independent fiduciary in a major pension fund reorganization.
[1:20] What's happening with Chinese investors in USA real estate at the moment
[4:30] Whether the Chinese government wants to discourage investment abroad or not
[9:20] How bad the slowdown in China actually is
[12:50] How China's crackdown on corruption, and the change to a consumer economy has impacted both China and the rest of the world
[16:50] What the next 10 years look like for China as they try and do a number of things economically which no government has been able to pull off
[21:30] Why a war with China makes no sense for anyone, and what sort of thing would actually spark an incident
[24:10] Arthur's real estate forecast for the USA
Fri, 9 December 2016
Dr. Nima Sanandaji is the president of the ECEPR. He has written more than a hundred policy papers on subjects ranging from integration and womens career progress to the changing geography of successful enterprise and the future of jobs. He is the author of the new book Debunking Utopia, Exposing the Myth of Nordic Socialism.
[2:00] Why the left might want to rethink pointing to the Nordic countries as examples of socialism
[7:50] How much bringing the free market to Nordic countries in the late 19th century changed them, and when the shift to the welfare state began
[11:30] Comparing the Nordic people to Nordic Americans to see who has it better
[15:10] How Nordic countries achieved what they needed BEFORE they became welfare states
[20:20] Who Nima's desired audience is, and why
[23:15] Who really lost when the welfare state expanded
Fri, 2 December 2016
Jason Hartman talks with Mark Anthony Hammond, host of the Make America Great Again podcast, before the election, about the sensation that is Donald Trump and why he is so popular among the voters. Mark's podcast (since ended due to unforseen circumstances) was the only podcast dedicated to the idea of "Make America Great Again".
[2:10] The explosive growth of the #MAGA podcast
[7:20] How feminism has been such a bad deal for women
[11:55] Why globalism is a disease
[16:10] How Obama has given domestic terrorists legitimacy
[20:15] How Democrats treat minorities worse than dogs, and how they're able to fool them
[25:20] How Bernie and Trump supporters are similar
Sat, 22 October 2016
Thomas A. Schatz is president of Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) and its lobbying affiliate, the Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW).
Fri, 26 August 2016
AMA 154 - Clinton Cash, The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill & Hillary Rich, The Punisher, Batman, Nightwing, Robin and The Hobbit with Chuck Dixon
Chuck Dixon is a well-known, freelance graphic novel writer who has worked on the Batman series for 11 years for DC, adapted the Hobbit to a comic and adapted the new book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich with hopes of disseminating the information to an entirely new audience. Jason and Chuck talk politics, journalism or the lack of it and conspiracy theories.
Fri, 19 August 2016
AMA 153 - Brexit & Real Estate, Enduring Success: What We Can Learn from the History of Outstanding Corporations with Christian Stadler
Christian Stadler is a Professor of Strategic Management at the Warwick School of Business, strategy contributor to Forbes magazine and is author of the book Enduring Success: What We Can Learn from the History of Outstanding Corporations. He offers his thoughts and insights about the perception vs. reality of Brexit, immigration and Jason’s second favorite subject, the self-driving car.