Listen to “Main Street Out Loud” This Saturday
Posted by Larry Doyle on June 29, 2012 12:40 PM |
Please listen in this Saturday evening from 6-8pm (EST) as I will bring a healthy serving of “sense on cents” to Main Street Out Loud, a nationally renowned radio show emanating from Phoenix, AZ.
Hosted by Rudi K, Main Street Out Loud:
. . . is now recognized as “the premier political and issue driven talk show on weekend radio“. We invite you to tune in to a live broadcast and/or listen to past programs (see archives). Hear for yourself why we continue to increase our audience share around the world. We enjoy hearing from listeners–so send us an email. We really do want to know “What’s on your mind?”
This Saturday, Rudi will address:
AMERICA’S ECONOMY AND BORDERS:
DECEPTIVE & TUMULTUOUS
Our first guest (6-7pm EST) is a former successful Wall Street manager with such firms as Bear Stearns and JP Morgan. Today, he’s independent, candidly active regarding the financial systems and markets, and his views are widely read and acknowledged. We’ll look at the ailing economy, regulations, bank bailouts, and ties between Washington D.C and Wall Street.
Mr. Doyle’s resume and reputation are a testament to his expertise, insight and knowledge–from the inside.
SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO is our second guest. The court has spoken, the President has made it clear, Dept. Homeland Sec. has made statements, ICE has severed ties, investigations abound–SO, NOW WHAT? What are the affects and are there problems now in enforcing some laws in Arizona? Plus, an idea to end all this upheaval, why hasn’t anyone suggested it and is it feasible?
As always, its STRAIGHT TALK with Sheriff Arpaio. Phone lines will be open.
Sheriff Arpaio needs no introduction. While Rudi is overly gracious in his promo, rest assured yours truly will not be bashful.
Hope readers will have a chance to listen live as we speak truth to power and promote our perpetual virtues of truth, transparency, and integrity while navigating the economic landscape.
I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.