How Can Romney Get The Pro-Life Catholic Vote?
Guest host J.C. Watts invited politician and activist John Blackwell to the program to discuss what steps Gov. Romney needs to take to secure the pro-life Catholic vote in November's presidential election. "I always start out with the basics," Blackwell explained. "Something my Dad used to say is 'tell me who you walk with and I'll tell you who you are'. I think it's important that the governor's staff, his bloggers, his drivers - they need to show a solid conservative presence. Take ObamaCare for instance. Romney needs to be able to articulate the problems with a healthcare initiative that changes the relationship with patients and doctors and that does nothing to bend the cost curve down," added Blackwell.
The Psychology of Wealth
J.C. Watts welcomed Dr. Charles Richards to the last hour of the program to discuss his book, " The Psychology of Wealth." Why do some people feel a perpetual state of lack and fear about money, while others feel genuinely prosperous, regardless of the size of their bank accounts? Why do some people shudder with dread when it comes to setting financial goals? Dr. Richards, psychotherapist, provides unexpected and encouraging answers to these questions. Dr. Richards explained to J.C. Watts that through his research and expert interviews he can help each one of us develop a thriving relationship with money and create a rich and rewarding life. A t the book's core are the stories of people who have faced adversity with courage and created extraordinary lives. The Psychology of Wealth is for anyone interested in succeeding personally or professionally, and in achieving true prosperity. For more information or to order the book, please click here.
'The Teavangelicals' And The 2012 Presidential Election
Last night on 'Hannity', Sean spoke with author David Brody about in new book, "The Teavangelicals" in which he described how the Tea Party has found a new partnership with the Evangelical movement. "I saw all of these Evangelicals showing up at the Tea Party rallies and there were prayers and everything going on," Brody described to Sean. "I said, wait a minute, hold on for a second. They're a bunch of conservative Christians in this movement. As a matter of fact, 50 to 60 percent of this movement is conservative Christian, so I decided to come up with the name, and there it was "Teavangelicals."" Brody suggested that Romney choose an evangelical VP. "There are folks within the Evangelical community who think -- now, this guy is more of a tier B guy -- Bobby Jindal might be a good pick. You know, there are folks who believe within the Evangelical community that Rob Portman actually isn't such a bad pick. I mean, a lot of people think bland, vanilla, but within the Evang elical community there's kind of a split on that." To watch the rest of the interview please click here.