CROSSROADS: A Conversation about America’s Future
In this exciting new presentation, news icons Cal Thomas and Juan Williams debate about the most important issues driving America’s future and our political leadership. In a fair and balanced format, these two trusted voices explore the question on every American’s mind: Why do our political leaders consistently fail to meet on common ground to solve our most critical problems?
With more than 60 collective years of experience at the frontlines of American politics, Thomas and Williams invigorate listeners with their knowledge, passion, humor, and clear commitment to presenting the facts rather than just holding to party lines. Truly dedicated to finding a way in which we can effectively lessen the divide on such monumental issues as race, economy, education, healthcare, and foreign policy, these two examine the qualities and shortcomings of our political process, how elections are affected, and how those in the positions of power act.
In what is sure to be one of the most motivating and empowering programs ever to hit the stage about American politics and the progression of the election process, audiences will leave with a new understanding of the political landscape, inspired to engage in helping shape our future.
What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America
In What Works, Cal Thomas focuses on what promotes the general welfare, regardless of which party gets the credit. He provides answers to questions like: Why must we constantly fight the same battles over and over? Why don't we consult the past and use common sense in order to see that what others discovered long ago still works today? And why does Washington often look like the film Groundhog Day, with our elected officials repeating identical talking points from previous days, months, and years? Without letting politics or ignorance, get in the way, Thomas challenges audiences to pay attention so that politicians can no longer pick their pockets--literally or intellectually.
The Bottom Line Isn’t Necessarily the Bottom Line
In the past 40 years, we have tried everything in an effort to solve our major problems, including bigger government and the higher taxes and increased spending that support it, to proposals for smaller government, lower taxes and less spending. Now, our children are exacting revenge. What happened to self-evident truth to which our founders appealed? What profit is it if we gain wealth and success, but lose our souls? Is it too late to recover a moral sense, or does the new century and second millennium offer a unique opportunity to begin again?
The Life & Death of Ethics in America
The Things that Matter Most