Joseph Farah, editor, founder and chief executive officer of
WorldNetDaily.com, will appear as a guest on a
live webcast hosted by author and analyst Don McAlvany Thursday, Oct. 26
The interview begins at 12:30 p.m. Eastern (9:30 a.m. Pacific time) and is scheduled to last for between 30 and 45 minutes. The topics will be the theme of McAlvany's latest newsletter -- "Let the Good Times Roll," as well as the crisis in the Middle East.
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"The great majority of Americans today are happy, content, feeling prosperous, for the most part worried about nothing and feeling no pain," writes McAlvany. "Apathy and complacency about potential problems (political, financial, economic) is at an all-time high. Concern about the future is at an all-time low. Belief that our present prosperity could ever end (in spite of recent drops in Internet and many other stocks) is practically non-existent and has been for a long time. Interest in this year's national election is probably the lowest in U.S. history, with most people sleeping through the national conventions and the lowest voter turnout in U.S. history expected. Most Americans see very little difference between Bush and Gore and most could care less who is really elected -- as long as the stock market stays up and their prosperity continues."