Ross Jackson, author of Occupy World Street, offers his vision for a new world economy; Gary Chew reviews Salmon Fishing in the Yemen; Will Durst makes fun of the Supreme Court.Jackson is a fascinating man; born in Canada, lived in Denmark for many years, he founded a software company, an early hedge fund, and became a currency trading expert. He founded the Gaia Trust and its education project, and has promoted the ecovillage movement. In Occupy World Street: A Global Roadmap for Radical Economic and Political Reform, he defines our problems carefully, and offers a clear vision for a new economic order. We talk about the current gas price spikes, about the harsh treatment of Greece, and the future of the Euro. Visit his website here.
At 40:35, Gary Chew drops in with a review of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen; at 45:00, Will Durst jokes about the Supreme Court oral arguments on Obamacare.