David Bahnsen

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Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Being bicoastal
  • What’s forcing people out of California
  • Moving Tax Day
  • The difference between wanting socialism and hating capitalism
  • Telling the whole story of the cogs of a free society
  • Crisis of responsibility
  • What he would say to Bernie Sanders
  • Decline of the relevance of college
  • His new book, There’s No Free Lunch
  • Consequences of inadequate self-responsibility


“I blame the voters.” @DavidBahnsen

“Human liberty creates a greater good.” @DavidBahnsen

“We get the government we deserve.” @DavidBahnsen

“If we sit around waiting for the government to shrink itself, we’re wasting our time.” @DavidBahnsen

“People don’t hate billionaires because they have too many zeroes and commas, they hate billionaires because they’re richer than they are.” @DavidBahnsen

Guest’s Bio:

As the founder, Managing Partner, and Chief Investment Officer,  David oversees the management of over $3.5 billion in client assets.

Prior to launching The Bahnsen Group, he spent eight years as a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley and six years as a Vice President at UBS. He is consistently named as one of the top financial advisors in America by Barron’s, Forbes, and the Financial Times (2016-2021).more …

He is a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, and Fox Business, and is a regular contributor to National Review. He hosts the popular weekly podcast, Capital Record, dedicated to a defense of free enterprise and capital markets. He is a regular lecturer for the Acton Institute and the Center for Cultural Leadership and writes daily investment commentary at and weekly macro commentary at

David is a founding Trustee for Pacifica Christian High School of Orange County and serves on the Board of Directors for the National Review Institute and the King’s College, both in New York City.

He is the author of several best-selling books including Crisis of Responsibility: Our Cultural Addiction to Blame and How You Can Cure It (2018), and The Case for Dividend Growth: Investing in a Post-Crisis World (2019). His newest book, There’s No Free Lunch: 250 Economic Truths, was released in November 2021.

David’s true passions include anything related to USC football, the financial markets, politics, and Chinese food. His ultimate passions are his wife of 20+ years, Joleen, their children, Mitchell, Sadie, and Graham, and the life they’ve created together on both coasts.

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A.K. Frailey

By Author, Personal Growth, Philosophy, Sci-Fi, Uncategorized No Comments

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Being a widowed mother of 8 children
  • Her time in the Peace Corp
  • Where she got her passion for missions
  • Responding with hope and love
  • Learning to see people as human beings
  • Finding faith and living in it
  • Focusing on what is good
  • Her writing process
  • Being a compassionate listener
  • What she loves about living in a small town


“Everything that’s ever happened to us has happened in a bigger theatre than we can imagine.” @AK Frailey

“We must be connected as human souls.” @AK Frailey

“I’m not going to pretend to know the mind of God.” @AK Frailey

“It’s very good to step back sometimes and say ‘What is God doing with this child.’” @AK Frailey

“It’s imperative to get in touch with who we are and our heritage.” @AK Frailey

Guest’s Bio:

I’m A. K. Frailey, a published author of 15 books. The majority are historical sci-fi where people of ancient times struggle to find meaning in a world dominated by evil choices. While managing their own conflicts, aliens fight for their place in human events. Movie director and producer Cary Solomon endorsed me with the summary, “Ann’s work ranks among the best.” I’ve been writing for over a decade and host podcasts of my short stories and life reflections. Since I was widowed 8 years ago, I have raised my 8 kids and discovered that epic trials forge epic heroes.

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By Fun, Music, Personal Growth, Uncategorized No Comments

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Juggling jobs, getting her masters, and music
  • Not sitting still well
  • Being able to be completely herself
  • Why she cut her hair
  • Living life today
  • How her brain works
  • Her project “You’re Not Alone”
  • Word vomit
  • Importance of mental health
  • Putting music on the backburner and what brought her back


“It’s OK to not be OK.” @Townsendtmusic

“I’m riding the waves as they come.” @Townsendtmusic

“Grief is cyclical.” @Townsendtmusic

“I was never really alone. It was me making myself feel that way.” @Townsendtmusic

“If you lose hope, you lose the light.” @Townsendtmusic
“My goal is to make somebody feel a little less alone.” @Townsendtmusic

Guest’s Bio:

My name is Townsend. I am a singer/songwriter and mental health advocate from Arkansas. My music sounds like Tracy Chapman and Colbie Caillat met in an elevator, on the way to a Brandi Carlile concert. I am not only a professional musician, I have also founded the “You’re Not Alone” project, in which I strive to use my platform to help spread hope, love, and the understanding that no one is alone in their struggles! If you’re interested in this platform, feel free to follow along with my bi-monthly live streams on Instagram! You might just change a life.

Guest’s Contact Info:

  • Instagram: Townsendtmusic
  • Website:

Kristopher Rowberry

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Note: Comments made on today’s episode are for entertainment purposes only. Any opinions given do not reflect opinions of anyone’s place of employment or industry.

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • How his fascination with rollercoasters began out of terror
  • Why he thinks he is still single
  • Tricks rides do to make you feel like you’re going faster than you are
  • His documentary
  • The Phoenix
  • What made Gary yell, “You psychotic bastards!”
  • The tallest roller coaster
  • How he got into selling roller coasters
  • The longest portable ride


“I help sell roller coasters for a living.” ~Kristopher Rowberry

“We have forgotten to have fun.” ~Kristopher Rowberry

“The more rides you go on, the happier you’ll be.” ~Kristopher Rowberry

Guest’s Bio:

He’s a self-described roller coaster nerd following his passion as his career.

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  • Twitter & Instagram Usernames