Kristin Tate, Author of The Liberal Invasion of Red State America, joins Carol Roth to talk about why domestic migration is an urgent issue that is being ignored and why the “purpling” of America threatens the future prosperity of major states like Texas and could disrupt the balance of power in our electorate. Plus, a “Now You Know” piece on NewHampshire’s role in declaring independence from Great Britain.

Kristin is also a columnist at The Hill and a Novak Journalism Fellow at the Fund for American Studies.

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You asked the questions and Carol Roth answered them! From investing and business to politics to personal, Carol answered your serious—and not so serious—questions. Plus, “Now You Know” trivia from ancient Rome.

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Editor at Large for Redstate.com and host of the “Just Listen to Yourself” podcast, Kira Davis, joins Carol Roth to talk about devastating legislation, including California’s AB5 and the proposed Federal HR2474, which is aimed at killing the gig economy. While 24.2 million small business owners in the US have no employees, government is working against them and the use of independent contractors, trying to control how and if you can work. Kira and Carol break down why this is happening and what you can do to help stop it. Plus, a “Now You Know” piece of trivia on George Washington’s manners.

Kira Davis is also a freelance opinion journalist, writer and budding filmmaker. Her short film ‘Minty’ – a reimagining of Harriet Tubman as an action hero – has been screened at the Toronto Black Film Festival and the Montreal Black Film Festival. She has interviewed President Obama and appeared on Fox News, the Blaze TV and the Dr. Phil Show among other places. She is also a regular guest host at KABC radio in Los Angles. Kira is a dog person but she has been known to tolerate cats from time to time.

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10 Year-Marine Corps officer, advocate of victims of burn pits and thriller writer of books like Overwatch and Rules of War, Matt Betley joins Carol Roth to talk about how perseverance has informed all aspects of his life. In addition to his advocacy work, Matt and Carol talk about his journey to sobriety and give you an inside look into the struggles that combat veterans deal with in terms of their health and the VA.

You can follow Matt on Twitter @MatthewBetley and on Facebook via his fan page.

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How are small businesses doing in the current economy? How do you find a professional mentor or use content to build your business? How do you deal with depression as an entrepreneur or professional? Ramon Ray, Founder, Smart Hustle Media and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Alice joins Carol to talk about all things small business and entrepreneurship.

Ramon Ray has started four companies and sold two of them. He’s the author of four books, including his latest, Celebrity CEO.

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You have seen many a spy movie or TV show, but the days of fake names and fancy disguises may be behind us because of our digital footprints. Jenna McLaughlin, National security and investigations reporter for Yahoo News, joins Carol Roth to talk about the future of spying and the tremendous piece she recently co-authored for Yahoo News, ‘Shattered’: Inside the secret battle to save America’s undercover spies in the digital age.

Jenna, who is an award-winning investigative journalist focused on national security, technology, and foreign affairs, helps to break down everything from the types of tech that have compromised the use of human intelligence in spying to what it means for CIA recruitment and even implications for your own privacy.

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You hear about the student debt crisis, but the real issue isn’t the debt, it’s the cost of the post-secondary education system. Carol Roth goes solo to talk about the strategic approach needed to really address policy issues, not just their symptoms, and breaks down what needs to happen to make education more affordable and effective.

Plus, a Now-You-Know trivia tidbit about Die Hard.

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Have you ever encountered terrible drivers in traffic or jerks online? Have you ever been that terrible driver or online jerk? Scott & Alison Stratten, self-proclaimed Jackass Whisperers and co-authors of the book The Jackass Whisperer, talk to Carol about how to navigate dealing with all of the jerks and jackasses that pop up in life, whether it be at work, online, in the gym, while traveling or elsewhere. They also help you assess when and where you are being a jackass yourself and coping mechanisms for the general jackassery that you encounter every day.

Scott and Alison Stratten are Jackass experts, co-authors of five best-selling business books, co-owners of UnMarketing Inc and co-hosts of not only The UnPodcast, but five children, three dogs and one cat. They also spend their time keynoting around the world.

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Homeless advocate and Founder of Invisible People, Mark Horvath, joins Carol to discuss the homeless epidemic sweeping the U.S. and what is and isn’t working in the fight against homelessness. Mark shares his own story of going from Hollywood producer to homeless, how he bounced back and why he now gives a face and story to the “invisible people” on the street. Mark and Carol talk about the humanitarian and economic rationale for various homeless solutions and Mark also has a plea for innovators in terms of helping to bring new approaches to dealing with this massive and growing domestic homeless problem.

You can follow Mark on Twitter here, follow Invisible People on Twitter here and learn more about the homeless and what you can do to help at Invisible People’s site. You can also learn about housing first as a homeless solution here.

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Serial entrepreneur Paul Shrater returns to moderate a discussion with Carol Roth on the future of entrepreneurship. Paul and Carol talk about the shifts in entrepreneurship and marketing, future growth industries and address the issues with Universal Basic Income (UBI) as a platform.

Paul’s businesses include Minimus.biz, Minimus fulfillment and Minimus brands, and his clients range from major celebrities to NASA. He even manages the fulfillment for Carol’s Future File® legacy planning system.

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Elaine J. Eisenman, Ph.D. is co‐author of Betrayed: A Survivor’s Guide to Lying, Cheating, and Double Dealing. Previously, she co-authored I Didn’t See It Coming: The Only Book You’ll Ever Need to Avoid Being Blindsided in Business. She is Managing Director of Saeje Advisors, has served on public and private boards since 1998 and was Dean of Executive and Enterprise Education at Babson College. Elaine sits with Carol to talk about the Betrayed book and stories of betrayals that span business, marriages, friendships, and families. Elaine shares how people can recover from broken trust and move forward with her B.O.U.N.C.E formula- and sometimes even revenge- in this juicy and uplifting discussion.

You can learn more about Elaine and Betrayed here and purchase the book here

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Seth Porges has made a career out of pursuing cool stuff. A journalist and filmmaker, he has appeared on numerous shows on History, Travel, Discovery, Nat Geo (including upwards of 50 episodes of Travel’s “Mysteries at the Museum”) and was a former editor at Popular Mechanics and Maxim magazine. Seth joins Carol to talk about his viral hit documentary short about Action Park- considered the world’s most dangerous amusement park- that he has now turned into a feature film “Class Action Park”. They also cover the history of pinball and Seth’s “superpower” of detecting art forgeries.

You can view the trailer for “Class Action Park” here.

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Ashe Schow, a Senior Editor for The Daily Wire, joins Carol to talk about the recurring prevalence of moral panics and how they destroy due process- and innocent people’s lives. They also talk about the issues with modern feminism and Twitter and Facebook’s differing takes on political ads.

You can follow Ashe on Twitter here and see her work at The Daily Wire.

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Matt Palumbo is the author of numerous political books, the most recent being the fact checking book “Debunk This!,” which debunks popular far-left myths that permeate the media narrative. Matt talks to Carol about the research behind why the American Dream is, in fact, not dead, why Denmark is not a socialist utopia, how corporations do pay taxes and more. It’s a great discussion on how to look at statements and articles that pop up on social media and in the mainstream media and evaluate their veracity, whether they are intentionally or accidentally misleading.

You can connect with Matt on Twitter and get “Debunk This!” here.

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Bradley T. Klontz, Psy.D., CFP® is a Founder of the Financial Psychology Institute™, an Associate Professor of Practice in Financial Psychology at Creighton University Heider College of Business and a Managing Principal of Your Mental Wealth Advisors. Dr. Klontz has written five books on the psychology of money and sits with Carol to talk about why so many people hate rich people and how it is affecting envy politics. They also cover the psychology of wealth and what separates the ultra-wealthy from the middle class, stereotypes of the rich and how it holds people back and the psychological barriers to climbing the socioeconomic ladder.

You can connect with Dr. Klontz on Twitter and take a quiz to test your own money psychology on his website here. You can view his YouTube channel with videos about the psychology of wealth and money here.

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Connie Nicholas Carberg was the NFL’s first female scout and the first woman to make a pick in the NFL draft (for the New York Jets). She joins Carol to share her amazing story of letting her passion for football and willingness to ask for help guide her into a place in the Jets’ scouting department, where her achievements included scouting All-Pro defensive end Mark Gastineau. Connie shares a unique take on breaking barriers and being successful with a positive attitude, a life-long love of football and the Jets, and even weighs in on the potential future of NCAA athletes being able to profit off their names and likenesses.

You can also see a fantastic NFL Films piece on Connie called “Forever a Jet” on YouTube.

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Amber Naslund is a Senior Content Consultant at LinkedIn, 20+ year digital marketing leader and bestselling co-author of The Now Revolution— a business guide to social media strategy. Amber joins Carol to talk about dealing with her own journey with mental health as an entrepreneur and professional, including overcoming depression and imposter syndrome (aka feeling like, despite evidence to the contrary, you are a professional fraud) and how she deals with being a “successful underachiever”.

You can connect with Twitter and LinkedIn and visit her Brass Tack Thinking blog here. You can learn more about her Fraud Squad dealing with self-doubt here.

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Andy Signore is the creator of the widely popular channel ScreenJunkies and its Emmy nominated series Honest Trailers, as well as the successful digital-turned-TV sword-making series: Man At Arms. Now he leads the channel Popcorned Planet. Andy joins Carol to share his story about his journey after being wrongfully accused of a “#MeToo” episode and his two-year fight to reclaim his name, all while dealing with his own personal challenges and actions. We talk about canceling cancel culture, from Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix comedy special to Carol’s recent run in with the online mob and Andy’s new project, Hugging the Cactus. This is a must listen for everyone navigating the culture wars and social media.

In our Now You Know segment, Andy shares how Arnold Schwarzenegger’s fame was almost altered.

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Avik Roy is the President of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity, aka FREOPP, a policy editor at Forbes.com and a former advisor to three Republican presidential candidates – Romney, Perry, and Rubio. Avik joins Carol Roth to do a deep dive into what truly ails healthcare in the US (pun entirely intended) and what works- and doesn’t work- around the world. Carol and Avik discuss the challenges of the current cronyist system and all of the issues from how insurance is purchased to why drugs are so much more expensive in the United States. It’s an incredible hour, where you are sure to learn a ton and reshape your views on what makes sense for healthcare going forward, regardless of party politics.

 

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Host of The Roth Effect, as well as capitalism and small business advocate, recovering investment banker, TV personality, entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author Carol Roth turns the show over to guest host Paul Shrater
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