Orson Swindle and Why We Need to Change Course

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Orson Swindle is a former Vietnam P.O.W., Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S.M.C., and Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. Swindle joins Kim to discuss America's current direction and why change is needed.

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Orson Swindle, Vietnam Veteran, POW, and career public servant on why America needs to chart a new course

Orson Swindle spent time in the Hanoi Hilton with John McCain and he served under President Reagan as an Assistant Secretary of Commerce, in addition to the over twenty years he served as a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps. Swindle also spent years as a Commissioner in the FTC. Swindle has seen America go through great changes. 50 years ago America walked on the Moon. Today we launch cars in space for PR stunts.

Swindle joins Kim on Wednesday to discuss America’s current direction and the problems we face inside the Beltway and outside of it.

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