Day 2 of the Big Switch: Guests today included a couple of experts who shed some light on what the roller-coaster Dow Jones Industrial Average means to our jobs and bank balances and how to respond. Penny Smith of C & S Business Services talked about online job services and Patt Stansberry of A.G. Edwards & Sons made some sense of the market.
We talked for a bit about the campus safety task force set up by Gov. Blunt after the massacre at Virginia Tech. Good, sensible suggestions for making our colleges safer — except that one practical idea is missing: Allowing staff and faculty to carry concealed weapons.
George Noory, host of Coast to Coast AM every night after midnight on The Eagle 93.9 (and a few hundred other radio stations around the planet), joined us at 5:30 to talk about how his career as a newsman prepared him for hosting the most successful late-night talk radio program in the U.S. A busy guy, George was very gracious with his time, and I appreciate his gentle reminder during the commercial break to mention his book, Worker in the Light. It’s due out in paperback very soon.
I plan to stay up long enough to hear Dr. Jerome Corsi’s report from the Security and Prosperity Partnership summit in Quebec. We’ll hear more about that meeting tomorrow at 4:30 from Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch.
The Eagle 93.9 Intelligence Briefing:
• Prelude to an attack on Iran
• CIA, members of Congress editing Wikipedia
• Voting machine maker ES&S faces fines in California
• Steelman testifies before EcoDevo panel
• Campus safety task force recommendations released