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.

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.

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

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.