Dr. Mark Skousen on FreedomFest

Dr. Mark Skousen details why everyone who is interested in prosperity, health and freedom should go

Dave finds out why FreedomFest is the most exciting, star-filled adventure in Vegas and founder Dr. Mark Skousen details why everyone who is interested in prosperity, health and freedom should go. Whiskey Politics will be reporting as we meet with great Free-Market minded thinkers like Steve Forbes, William Shatner. Steve Moore, John Stossel, John Fund, Larry Elder and others from Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Held July 19-22 - a special $100 discount code #FS2017 is available online at FreedomFest.com.

Dr. Mark Skousen is an Author, lecturer, and was an economic analyst for the CIA, a columnist for Forbes magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC's Kudlow & Company and has also appeared on C-SPAN and Fox News. Skousen served as president of the free-market nonprofit Foundation for Economic Education (FEE). Skousen has lectured on economics and finance at Columbia Business School, Barnard College at Columbia University, Mercy College in New York and Rollins College. Grantham University renamed its online School of Business "The Mark Skousen School of Business." He has been named a "Presidential Fellow" at Chapman University and currently teaches at Chapman University.

Dr. Skousen now oversees FreedomFest, a conference that has grown to attract thousands of people each year, and focuses on issues of geopolitics and domestic politics, global economics, investing and personal finance, free markets and entrepreneurship, health and healthcare, education, arts and literature, science and technology, history, and philosophy. FreedomFest also houses the Anthem Film Festival, the world's only libertarian film festival, directed by Jo Ann Skousen.

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