Tune in Tonight to Author William Northwall’s Interview on The Michael Blum Show

Dr. Northwall will be discussing his book “Return to Capitalism” on The Michael Blum Show on Tuesday, January 15.

Tune in live to The Michael Blum Show from 8–9 p.m. to hear Dr. Northwall discuss his health care predictions for 2019.

The Michael Blum Show
WWNN 1470 AM
January 15, 2019
8–9 p.m.

Tune in Tomorrow to Author William Northwall’s Interview on Business for Breakfast

Dr. Northwall will be discussing his book “Return to Capitalism” on Business for Breakfast with Ken Morgan and Mark Asher on Tuesday, January 15.

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Tune in live to Business for Breakfast at 9:25 a.m. to hear Dr. Northwall discuss his health care predictions for 2019.

Business for Breakfast
Money Radio 1510 AM
January 15, 2019
9:25 a.m.

Tune in Tomorrow to Author William Northwall’s Interview on The Financial Survival Network

Dr. Northwall will be discussing his book “Return to Capitalism” on The Financial Survival Network with Kerry Lutz on Thursday, January 10.

Tune in live to The Financial Survival Network at 11:00 a.m. to hear Dr. Northwall discuss how socialism has stolen our freedoms in the United States.

The Financial Survival Network
January 10, 2019
11:00 a.m.

Listen to Author William Northwall’s Interview with Randall DeWitt Tomorrow Morning at 10

Dr. Northwall will be discussing his book “Return to Capitalism” on the Morning Show with Randall DeWitt.

Tune in live to KORN AM 1490 at 10 a.m. on Wednesday to hear Dr. Northwall discuss the five ways that socialism destroys. His argument will make it clear that only wealth can be created in the private economy, and any expense of government comes out of the private economy.

KORN News Radio
AM 1490
November 28, 2018
10 a.m.

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Trump Says Puerto Rico Set Back Our Budget – What’s Your Take?

Trump has come under fire for saying that PR has set our country’s budget back, but we’ve been in trouble for decades. Today we are mired in a mess that our politicians of both parties have created; unbelievable public debt, excessive taxation stifling our economy, entitlements well on their way to insolvency, poor inner-city schools and unaffordable higher education, and the list goes on and on. The solution to most of our problems is a return to capitalistic approaches to these numerous problems. The moral sanctity of capitalism remains intact. It has lifted up millions from poverty and despair. Its nemesis, socialism, with its siren call for unlimited gifts for all, has given rise too frequently to tyranny and the deaths of millions at its worst, and poverty and economic stagnation at its best.

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Does Trump Waving The Jones Act Hurt The United States?

The Jones Act bars cheaper, foreign flag ships from bringing in supplies from US Ports. It’s been waived after previous disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy but and recently President Trump explained why he went through with a temporary waiver for Puerto Rico. I want to hear what your opinion is on the matter – should the waiver be temporary or permanent? And how will it affect the U.S.?

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My book is about the future, and the readers I wish to attract are the younger generations, especially those people attracted to liberal, progressive and socialistic ideals. The young tend to reject capitalism because anti-capitalism is all they’ve been taught. Thus, they believe that business is in the business of making money and not helping the poor or the environment. They have established views on the horrors of greed.

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My book is about the future, and the readers I wish to attract are the younger generations, and especially those people attracted to liberal, progressive and socialistic ideals. The young tend to reject capitalism because anti-capitalism is all they’ve been taught. Thus, they believe business is in the business of making money, and not helping the poor or the environment. They have established views on the horrors of greed. Millennials (ages 18-34) are soon to be the nation’s largest voting block. Focus groups have shown that most millennials do not understand what Socialism is; usually thinking that it means social justice and equality. My book is an attempt to explain the tenets of capitalism; small government with low taxes and minimal regulation, primacy of the individual, freedom, private ownership of means of production, and open markets and competition to give the consumers goods and services of the most value at the lowest cost.

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I begin my book laying a foundation of economic ideas and definitions, which in themselves are not hard to understand, but lie outside the common vernacular and current political discourse, thus may seem foreign to the reader. Yet when thought about, allow the rest of what I’ve written later in the book to be more easily understood.

I have put some emphasis on health care, as my working life as a busy medical doctor and radiologist evolved through periods of high inflation, immense technical change and never-ending threats of malpractice lawsuits gives me some special insights into the health care debate. This background gives me credibility to offer views I hope you will take seriously.

I offer my book as an alternative to the Progressive agenda, which is one of the forms of socialism which Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama embraced. While the liberal mindset has engulfed the main news outlets, college campuses, and roughly 50% of the electorate, I find it difficult to believe that the average liberal thinking citizen can really believe in the Progressive beliefs. The Progressive Party of Teddy Roosevelt’s second run for President, was dwarfed by Woodrow Wilson’s Progressive agenda. I’d wager that the average citizen has little understanding of Progressive dogma, especially when it comes to calling the founder’s Declaration of Independence irrelevant to today’s world, or to consider the U.S. Constitution as worthy only if it can be easily modified and “modernized.” The Progressive values the huge centralized government over the federal division of power between the States and Washington. Their egalitarian sense of equality fits their support for income redistribution. In their eyes, the individual becomes diminished while the masses grow in importance, though they do make exceptions for the elite.

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