Former Speaker Newt Gingrich Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Newt Gingrich Newt Gingrich is the former Speaker of the House of Representatives. After the 1994 mid-term elections, Newt Gingrich became the first Republican Speaker of the House in 40 years. While he was House speaker, the House enacted welfare reform, passed a capital gains tax cut in 1997, and in 1998 passed the first balanced budget since 1969. Most […]

Former Congressman Martin Frost Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Martin Frost Martin Frost, was the Democratic representative to the U.S. House of Representatives for Texas’s 24th congressional district from 1979 to 2005. Before going to law school Frost worked as a newspaper reporter. Following his graduation he worked as a law clerk for Federal Judge Sarah T. Hughes of the Northern District of Texas. Frost ran unsuccessfully for […]

Adam Goodman Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Adam Goodman Adam Goodman, is the founder of The Victory Group, a creative, media and communications strategy firm located in Tampa, Florida. Goodman has been producing nationally-recognized, award winning work for successful issue, advocacy, candidate and corporate campaigns across America for more than 30 years. Adam Goodman’s film and television work has been honored throughout the industry. Goodman and his […]

Congressman Paul Ryan Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Congressman Paul Ryan Congressman Paul Ryan is the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Now serving his ninth term in the House, he represents Wisconsin’s First Congressional District. In 1992, Paul moved to Washington, D.C., was an aide to Senator Bob Kasten (R-WI) on the Senate Small Business Committee. He then moved on to “Empower America,” an organization founded by […]

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Navy Secretary Ray Mabus Navy Secretary Ray Mabus is the 75th United States Secretary of the Navy, the longest to serve as leader of the Navy and Marine Corps since World War I. Responsible for an annual budget in excess of $170 billion and leadership of almost 900,000 people, Secretary Mabus has worked to improve the quality of life of Sailors, Marines […]

Congressman Todd Christopher Young Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Congressman Todd Christopher Young Congressman Todd Christopher Young is the U.S. Representative for Indiana’s 9th congressional district in South central Indiana since 2011.  Republican.  He is running for the Senate in Indiana for the open seat being vacated by Senator Dan Coats. Just a few weeks after graduating high school, Young enlisted in the United States Navy and reported for duty […]

Steve Forbes Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Steve Forbes Steve Forbes is the Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Magazine. In 1985, President Reagan named Mr. Forbes chairman of the bipartisan Board for International Broadcast.  He was then reappointed by President Bush overseeing RadioFree Europe and Radio Liberty. Steve campaigned for the Republican nomination for the Presidency in 1996 and 2000. He writes editorials for each issue of Forbes and […]

Secretary Donna Shalala Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Secretary Donna Shalala Secretary Donna Shalala is the former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 2001. She was the president of the University of Miami, from 2001 through 2015. Madame Secretary’s first experience with academic administration came in 1980 when she became the 10th president of Hunter College, serving in this […]

Senator Ron Johnson Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Senator Ron Johnson Senator Ron Johnson, R-WI, is the senior United States Senator for Wisconsin. A Republican. Prior to his election to the Senate, Senator Johnson had no electoral experience and was chief executive officer of PACUR, LLC, a polyester and plastics manufacturer. After Senator Johnson’s election to the Senate, he liquidated all his business assets to avoid any […]

Cyrus Vance, Jr. Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., was first inaugurated as the District Attorney of New York County on January 1, 2010. Over the following four years, Mr. Vance enhanced the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office as a national leader in criminal justice by expanding the offices expertise on an array of 21st century crimes, including identity […]

Dr. Jennifer McQuiston Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Dr. Jennifer McQuiston Dr. Jennifer McQuiston, DVM, MS (CAPT, USPHS) Center for Disease Control (CDC) Deputy Director, Division of High Consequence Pathogens and Pathology, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases. As a disease detective and veterinarian, Dr. Jennifer McQuiston specializes in diseases that can be transmitted from animals or insects to people; she is constantly vigilant to […]

Dr. Anthony Fauci Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Dr. Anthony Fauci Dr. Anthony Fauci, is the Director of NIAID, National Institute of Infectious Diseases.  He is an immunologist who has made substantial contributions to HIV/AIDS research and other immunodeficiencies, both as a scientist and as the head of the National Institute.   He oversees a $4.5 billion budget and an extensive research portfolio of basic and applied research […]

James Carville, Jr. Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About James Carville, Jr. James Carville, Jr. (Rajin Cajun)) is a political commentator and media carvillepersonality who is a prominent figure in the Democratic Party. Carville gained national attention for his work as the lead strategist of the successful presidential campaign of then-Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton. Carville is playing a major, if unofficial role, if Senator Hillary Clinton runs for President […]

Stephen S. Morse, Ph.D. Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

About Stephen S. Morse, Ph.D. Stephen S. Morse, Ph.D. is Director of the Center for Public Health Preparednes at Columbia University. Professional interests include epidemiology of emerging infections (a concept he originated), international cooperation for infectious disease surveillance, and defense against bioterrorism. Dr. Morse recently returned to Columbia from 4 years in government service as Program Manager at the Defense Advanced […]

Ambassador John Bolton Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

Interview Highlights – “ISIS has had some setbacks in Iraq and Syria, no doubt about it, but it’s still consolidating its control over that territory, it’s gained new adherents across Libya and North Africa and more adherents around the world. We’ve seen the consequences in the attacks in Paris and the attack in San Bernardino, and I think every prospect […]

Robert M. Shrum Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

Interview Highlights – Speaks about the race for the White House and the party primaries. About Robert M. Shrum Robert M. Shrum is a political consultant, who has worked on numerous Democratic campaigns, including the presidential campaigns of Al Gore and John Kerry Shrum wrote the famous speech Ted Kennedy gave at the 1980 Democratic National Convention conceding to and supporting […]

Rick Berman Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

Interview Highlights – “The Employees Rights Act (which has over 100 co-sponsors in Congress) changes the law that was passed in 1947, known as the Taft-Hartley Act, to give employees a 21st Century set of rules concerning employees and unionization. – The Employee Rights Act contains 8 provisions giving employees more rights, including guaranteed secret ballots and the ability to […]

Senator Alfonse D’Amato Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

Interview Highlights – “You know, 30 years ago there was a movement started by someone (Ronald Reagan) who establishment Republicans were opposed to. Well let me tell you, I think Trump has got a movement that’s picking up steam, and once a movement picks up that kind of steam, pretty hard to stop.” – “He demonstrated that he’s not going […]

Betsy McCaughey Speaks at the CATS Roundtable Radio Show

Interview Highlights – “The Zika virus originated in Africa, it was first discovered in 1947…lately there has been a huge outbreak of this virus in South America. It is carried by mosquitoes. If a mosquito bites someone who has the virus and that mosquito flies on and bites another person that second person also gets the virus….1.6 million people have […]