At 6:06, we talk with Luke Rosiak of the Daily Caller News Foundation about his series of investigative reports regarding likely criminal activity by a Pakistani Muslim hired by Debbie Wasserman Schultz and other Democrats to manager their technology amidst reports that they may have stolen information from these Democrats.
At 7:06, we'll be joined by Laura Northrup of consumerist.com about some interesting trends in shopping and in shopping malls:
I was inspired to talk about this by these news stories:
Gordmans closes after a century in business:
At 8:06, Dave Perry, editor of the Aurora Sentinel, chastised Independence Institute president (and my KHOW colleague) Jon Caldara over Jon's proposed ballot measure to get the state government to fix the roads without a tax hike. Jon's idea is "Fix our Damn Roads." Dave's retort is "Pay your Damn Share."
And either at 8:36 or 9:06, we'll talk with Phil Fernbach, PhD, who teaches marketing at the Leeds School of Business at CU Boulder and is the co-author of an interesting new book, "The Knowledge Illusion." Phil and his co-author, Steven Sloman, will be at the Tattered Covere Lodo on 16th Street tonight at 7 PM for a talk and a book signing.