In this special episode of LCTL, Todd interviewed The Independent Forum's Executive Director Nicole Kurokawa Neily for 60 minutes to discuss IWF and its stated mission, the Obama administration's taxing, spending, and regulatory policies, Congress and its attitude towards the U.S. federal deficit, whether we can continue the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, and Libya or whether we should bring them to a screeching halt, the Federal Reserve's Kansas City official saying that the "future of capitalism" is "threatened" by the "biggest banks," AMA and its medical special interest allies submitting a letter to Congress with an urgest request to reform the Medicare-paying sustainable growth rate (SGR) formula, the Supreme Court ruling favoring Walmart over a class-action lawsuit alleging sex discrimination with respect to pay and promotions, and more.
[*Note: This special episode was great to do, because it gave me one more chance to do another interview without a panel. I love chatting with Nicole Neily, and she was a great guest to have on the show. She's very insightful, very intelligent, and speaks her mind plainly on a lot of issues. She's welcome to come back to be a panelist on LCTL on the Talk Shoe network.]