Live Show Date:Thursday, January 17th, 2013 10AM PST





















Encore Presentation

Have you been catching the Full Monty Leadership Radio Show lately? Wow what great shows, (even if I say so myself) fascinating subjects and  fantastic guests.  Here’s another outstanding one with Ralph Benko. Ralph and I will be speaking about what President Nixon did to screw up today’s economy!

Ralph Benko has been at the roots of Washington since the Regan presidency. He was a member of the original Supply Side team that brought the top tax rate down from 70% to 28% and put in the policies that took the Dow up from 1,000 (no typo) to 12,000.  He also was a junior official in the Reagan White House in non-economic policy areas.

His book The Websters’ Dictionary:  How to use the web to transform the world won the Trophee  du choix des internautes from the World e-Democracy Forum in Paris, France in 2010.  He writes a weekly column and has written about the gold standard most recently at The Washington Examiner, Forbes.com, and Foxnews.com and for Townhall.com. His commentary often appears on five continents.  He advises on national economic policy, especially monetary policy. His passion is for America to create a New Gold Standard.

He presently is a principal of Capital City Partners, in Washington, DC, a public and government relations firm.  He serves as a senior advisor, economic policy, to The American Principles Project founded in 2009 by Princeton University Prof. Robert George, J.D., D. Phil, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence.

All that aside this is a very high energy episode of The Accidental Guru Show and we get into the meat of (and don’t necessarily agree) what leadership has to do with our economic situation. And how, whether we know it or not,  the ghost of “tricky Dickie” still haunts all of us. 

If you are a thinker… you’ll really like this one!
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