|Creativity in Crisis: Is America Running Out of Innovative Ideas? (Members Only)|| |
Front Page talks to Yaron Brook and Terry Jones about the creative process. A recent study shows a decline in United States creativity. Could the problem be that we aren't teaching kids reading, writing and arithmetic?
|Jul 27, 2010||10min|
|The Big Shrug: Why Ayn Rand's 'Atlas' Still Resonates|| |
The state of the world seems eerily similar to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged. If government created the latest crisis, why are people blaming the private sector? Could it be that conservatives have abandoned individual rights?
|Jul 26, 2010||14min|
|Journolist: Liberal Media Conspiracy or Friendly Clubhouse for the Main Stream Media?|| |
The Journolist computer network was created by Ezra Klein to be a private clubhouse for liberal journalists. Was it really a left wing club where the Main Stream Media went to malign conservatives and drive the news?
|Jul 23, 2010||16min|
|The Ruling Class, the Elites and the Rise and Fall of Obama's America|| |
Elites are turning on Obama, as confused businesses seem to be souring on the U.S. economy. Are things so bad, that America could be heading for a fall like ancient Rome? Front Page looks at Obama's anti-business economic policies with guests Don Watkins of the Ayn Rand Institute and Terry Jones of Investors.com
|Jul 19, 2010||14min|
|Financial Regulation: How to Kill Jobs in 2,300 Pages or Less|| |
The founding fathers built a lasting republic in just a few pages. So why does this Congress need thousands of pages to create additional financial regulations? Front Page asks whether anyone really knows what is in the financial reform bill, or what powers it grants to new bureaucracies. Are mountains of additional regulations the answer? And what about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Allen Barton gets the answers from Don Watkins of the Ayn Rand Center and Terry Jones from Investors.com.
|Jul 16, 2010||11min|
|Life Give You Lemons? Make Lemonade. But Please Buy The Lemons, Otherwise You're a Dirty Socialist|| |
On today's Front Page, Allen Barton, Terry Jones and Alex Epstein tackle the Terry Savage Lemonade Stand controversy. The Chicago Sun-Times columnist wrote an op-ed about a lemonade stand whose young proprietors gave the product away. Savage argued this was wrong, and a liberal backlash ensued.
Front Page dares to explore this sensitive topic. Watch it now.
|Jul 13, 2010||9min|
|Drilling Down for Answers on Oil and Politics|| |
As Obama struggles with the BP oil spill, history could be repeating itself. Is another energy crisis on the horizon? Front Page dissects recent poll numbers and finds surprising opinions on offshore drilling and the Gulf. Hear Allen Barton as he talks to Alex Bratty, of Public Opinion Strategies, Alex Epstein from the Ayn Rand Center, and Terry Jones of Investors.com.
|Jul 10, 2010||15min|
|Borderline Politics on Immigration|| |
Front Page discusses the state - federal divide on immigration policy. Should the United States or Arizona prevent illegal immigration? Should our borders be imaginary lines or real barriers? Alex Epstein from the Ayn Rand Center, and Terry Jones of Investors.com discuss with Allen Barton.
|Jul 9, 2010||10min|
|Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Viewer Questions. Plus, Can't We All Just Get Along? (Members Only)|| |
What is the greatest threat to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? Are non-profits good? Can conservatives and liberals talk without fighting? Alex Epstein from the Ayn Rand Center and Terry Jones from Investors.com answer your questions in a members only edition of Front Page with Allen Barton.
|Jul 7, 2010||8min|
|I Spy ... Something Red|| |
The cold war may be over, but Russian espionage is a red hot topic on Front Page with Allen Barton. If the Soviets are gone, why do the feds think Anna Chapman was caught red handed? "Dye" - ing to hear more? Alex Epstein from the Ayn Rand Center and Terry Jones from Investors.com discuss.
|Jul 5, 2010||9min|