International Speaker John Horvat joined Ken and Mark today with a disturbing new trend, plunging fertility rates. Then Dr. Linda Mason on the safety of using anesthesia on children. Fired Pie owner Fred Morgan stopped by talking about all the specials in the month of July. Ray Lucia chatted with Ken and then HomeSmart COO Wendy Forsythe about a special open house across the country this Saturday.
On B4B today Ken and Doreen talked with a Dentist who talked about things your Dentist wants you to know from tongue piercing to root canal. Also Jeffrey London of the VA Home Loan Program talking to all the Veteran listeners about home ownership. Wadi Gaitan of the LIBRE Initiative about the escalating tariffs of the Trump Administration. Chef Leo Madrigal stopped by from Cocina Madrigal our restaurant sponsor of Stump the Chumps this week.
Mark and Ken today interviewed an author, a spokesman from ADOT and an IT specialist just to name a few.
First was author Will Geddes with his new book "PARENT ALERT! How to keep your kids safe online." Then ADOT's Peter Corbett on preparing for trips in extreme heat. Bill Hardekopf from lowcards.com says more and more Americans are not using their debit cards. WalletHub Jill Gonzalez talked about the best and worst states to start up a business. ITSyngery spokesman Michael Cocanower on yet another breach that's actually larger than Equifax.
Mark and Ken are back live today and first off talked with Peter Cohan, Forbes on startup Splunk. Then Westwood One news correspondent Jim Roope in L.A. regarding all the fires burning in the West. And this week's Stump the Chumps restaurant sponsor is Cocina Madrigal.
Today Matt Schulz of Creditcards.com explained how 43 million Americans are doing wrong by carrying a balance on their cards. David Holt of Consumer Energy Alliance on this week's Holiday travel then Author Robert Fowler on his new book The Gun Club. Then another author Beth Haddock talked about if social media has become too big of a regulatory risk for businesses. David Amodeo rounded out the show of JD Power on new vehicle initial quality and the fact that it improved again.
Today on B4B, Ken and Mark, talked with Kiplinger's David Payne about the internet sales tax option and what it means to everyone. Scott Lewis with Chase told us that Phoenix is 8th when it comes to housing confidence surveys. Christina Sandefur of the Goldwater Institute explained they're fighting for the rights of homeowners to home share from coast to coast.
Ken and Mark heard all about food safety before the big 4th of July BBQ weekend by USDA's food safety expert, Nirav Shah. Then Mass Mutual's Tom Foster about living in retirement. US Navy Corpsman Joe Worley talks about America's VetDogs program followed by our Stump the Chumps contest. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Ronald C. Pruett of Dollar Days and rounding out the show in the Biz Of Sports was Author John Rothschild regarding legalized gambling and his new bestselling book.
On B4B today Brand Strategist at RMD Advertising, Sue Reninger explained some tips of the trade. Then Marc Lotter former Press Secretary to the VP and Former Special Assistant to President Donald Trump gave us an overview on tax cuts and the jobs act and its 6 month anniversary. VP of Brand at Womply on a recent survey that showed Az ranking fourth for small business hiring intent.
Today Ken and Mark first heard from Summer Hull about traveling with kids and some tips to make it a bit easier. Then Roya Winner of Facebook about the Facebook fundraiser and how to get started. Roxy Fata of Google was next talking about what AZ residents are obsessed with this summer and surprisingly enough the most googled item was swimming pools. Nantas Soldano of CM2, our featured restaurant this week on Stump the Chumps and finally in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Karen Jayne CEO of Stardust a non-profit that deals with building materials.
On the show today was Shale Crescent USA Greg Kozera on the importance of natural gas. Dr. Jack Wolfson talked about Phoenix being a hotspot for unvaccinated kids. Author Darral Williams came on the show to talk about his new book, The Last Friend.
Today on B4B, Dr. Julie Gatza had some tips about BBQ bloat as we head to the grills for cooking on the 4th of July and from Bankrate.com was Greg McBride about emergency funds.
On today's show, Dr. Keith Kantor discussed his program called NAMED and the best foods for summer vacation travel. Shane Kitzman of Best Buy about the latest and greatest TVs. Qunit Studer Author, on building a vibrant community and ways to do just that. And the final Stump the Chumps contest winner of $100 to ForeFathers was Steve in Phoenix. Next week's featured restaurant will be CM2.
Today was a full day on B4B starting with guest Beau Henderson an author talking about the 3 biggest mistakes when claiming Social Security. Lauren Westbrook-McIntosh of Facebook Blueprint followed by Dr. Mark Engelman with what may be a breakthrough through Cyrex Labs when it comes to Gluten/Wheat testing. Tom Eagan of FSL's Adult Day Centers about a special event being held at their three centers today and wrapping up the show was Solar Sandy.
Today on B4B Murray Gunn at Elliott Wave International talked about the latest in the Comcast bid for Fox. Then Dr. Victor Romano talked about your body and how you diet. Trent Crump, owner of Forefathers Cheesesteak came on to discuss the restaurant and participate in the Stump the Chumps contest today. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Bruce Wuollet of Bakerson LLC and finally America's Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman with the latest news of the day in regards to Tariffs.
Today on B4B, Ken and Mark first heard from Maureen Short of Chevy about a new study on adults sleeping while driving. Then Shannon Hartley of Shatterproof about America's Drug Addiction. Eileen Ambrose of Kiplinger was next describing what classifies you as a middle class American and what that means. James D'Arezzo of Condusiv Technologies, saying telecoms are unprepared for big data evolution. Finally Wadi Gaitan, with the Libre Initiative about the new tariffs that will harm US consumers.