Tonight’s Docket: Girl Scouts (I love Samoas), Minimum Wages, Downgrades, & Ken Schortgen & Carl Person joins us! Friday Night Roundup FTW
Carl Person, a Libertarian running for President, to be on Radio Freedom tonight!
Carl Person is a nationally recognized attorney who has spent his career fighting for Libertarian causes. He is the only presidential candidate who has experience creating not just jobs, but new career fields to meet market needs. He is a pioneer of the paralegal profession and founded one of the first schools in the country to train paralegals. He worked with the City of New York to create another field which he called “assistant to small business owner,” in an effort to get people off welfare.
In his legal practice, Carl has been a leader in fighting government subsidies to large corporations, as well as corporate and government monopolies. He has been involved in several high-profile ballot access cases and is an outspoken critic of prosecutorial abuse. He currently is one of the leading foreclosure defense attorneys in the country.
Carl has been active in the New York Libertarian Party for nearly a decade. In 2010, he ran for New York State Attorney General and came in third, with the highest number of votes ever received by a Libertarian Party candidate for that office.
Carl served in the U.S. Army and is a graduate of Long Island University and Harvard Law School. He worked for three Wall Street law firms after graduating, including Mudge Stern Baldwin & Todd, which later accepted Richard M. Nixon as a partner. He has owned his own firm since 1968.
Ken Schortgen on The Angel Clark Show
Ken Schortgen of the Daily Economist joins us for Fridays Economic Round Up.
Ken Schortgen joins The Angel Clark Show every Friday from 5 – 7pm EST.
As a historian in his primary field of study, and an investor in the real world, Kenneth has a keen perspective on all facets of the financial world. He has owned his own business and corporation, and has been an investor in many different markets such as securities, real estate, currency trading, and international trusts. His desire is to provide you with the true understanding of markets and the economy, and to give you the information that will help you make your own decisions in these troubling, and quite often, fascinating times regarding your economic decisions. Kenneth is not a certified financial advisor, and his only goal is to give you true information, by which you can see things as they happen, and in many cases, before they happen.