Jamie Kinser-Knight has been involved in show-biz for her entire career. She has directed, designed, starred in or collaborated on over 150 stage productions.
In 2012, Jamie and her husband Aaron Knight, founded Blackbox Concerts which has booked over 2,000 live music events in North Texas and winning the Fort Worth Weekly’s Music Award for “Best Talent Buyer/Booking Agent” in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
On a personal note, Jamie is a Secular Humanist/Antitheist.
Paul Salfen is a Dallas-based TV host, producer, editor, writer, and consultant who currently holds the positions of host and producer for Inside Entertainment on KTXD/London Broadcasting, co-host, writer, and producer for the Drew Pearson Show (FOX Sports) and co-host of The ANE Show on Clear Channel/iHeartRadio.
Bryan Blue is a native Texan who speaks his mind. Good luck trying to peg him as a Conservative or Liberal – he believes in his own opinions. Most know him as the loud, in your face businessman, music producer, film financier and speaker.
When he’s not rubbing elbows with his celebrity pals, you can find him spending time with his wife of fifteen years and three children.
Campaigns are a big money business? But where does all of the money go? Where does it come from? This week Bryan and Jamie examine these questions and debate about the effects on policy and politicians. We're joined by our "in-house political strategist" Tex Dozier and by Charles Lipson, Political science professor at The University of Chicago
Campaigns are a big money business? But where does all of the money go? Where does it come from? This week Bryan and Jamie examine these questions and debate about the effects on policy and politicians. We’re joined by our “in-house political strategist” Tex Dozier and by Charles Lipson, Political science professor at The University of Chicago.
Joseph “Tex” Dozier is a general consultant and professional “fixer” for corporate, electoral, and non-profit clients. Nicknamed the “Winston Wolf of Public Affairs,” Tex has over a decade of professional experience, ghostwriting on multiple projects, and 70+ campaigns, projects, and initiatives to his credit ranging in scale from local, statewide, to international. Red Alert Politics named Tex to its 2015 “30 Under 30” that recognizes rising leaders on the Right.
Call In Guest:
PETER B. RITZMA
Professor in Political Science and the college
Founder & Co-Director, PIPES: Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security
The University of Chicago
Dr. Charles Lipson teaches international relations at the University of Chicago, where he is the Peter B. Ritzma Professor in Political Science and the College. His research deals with international cooperation and conflict and with political aspects of the world economy. His most recent book on international relations,Reliable Partners: How Democracies Have Made a Separate Peace, explains one of the most striking features in world politics: why democracies do not fight wars against each other. (Princeton University Press, 2003). Dr. Lipson has also written extensively on international trade, debt, and investment. His book,Standing Guard: Protecting Foreign Capital in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, has been widely praised for combining politics and economics. It is concerned with the problems faced by successful corporations when they operate in difficult political environments around the world.