A lot more than Arnold Schwarzenegger's future hangs in the balance. Maybe that of the Republican Party as well.
Does Michael Reagan agree? We’ll ask the son of the former president.
Schwarzenegger has vowed not to raise taxes on California's people. Can he keep his promise? We’ll ask Julie Meier Wright, member of Schwarzenegger's economic recovery board and president and CEO of the San Diego Economic Development Corporation, and Steve Westly, California's state controller.
Plus, can California Democrats make peace with their Republican governor-elect? We’ll get historical perspective from Doug Ray, professor at the Yale School of Management, and Daniel Mitchell, professor at UCLA's Anderson School of Management.
We’ll get Wall Street reaction to the result of the recall from Mary Farrell, managing director and senior investment strategist for UBS Wealth Management USA, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.
Is it time to hit Syria where it hurts? Are sanctions in the cards? We’ll ask Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., member of the House International Relations Committee and sponsor of the Syria Accountability Act.
His Rich Dad series have spawned seven bestsellers, countless seminars and a following that borders on the obsessed. What’s the secret? We’ll ask Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
And, he's known the world over to millions of children and parents alike and now a new book, The World According to Mister Rogers, brings together a collection of his inspirational words. We’ll examine some of them with Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers (search).
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