Month: March 2017

A Look at the Story of Wahoo’s Fish Tacos

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 64 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he chats with Wahoo’s co-founder Wing Lam and it’s amazing rise. Wing Lam, co-founder of Wahoo’s Fish Taco, is the face of the surf-inspired taco chain, with 65 restaurants in seven states. The company started almost 25 years ago in an old Italian restaurant near a stretch of indust

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The Future of Juvenile Justice

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 79 No Comments

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Dr. Carlos discusses juvenile and crime with Dr. Redding. Dr. Redding currently serves as the Vice Chancellor for Graduate Education at Chapman University, where he is the current holder of the Wang-Fradkin Chair, which is the highest honor Chapman can bestow on a faculty member for exceptional merit in scholarly or cr

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Psychology Meets the Constitution

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 54 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he discusses the constitution with Steve Jackson. Steve Jackson is an expert and instructor for the Institute on the Constitution.  

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The Perils of Pornography

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 68 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he discusses the issue of pornography with guests Manny Pacheco, Sharon Jimenez, and Father Guffey. Sharon Hardee Jimenez, president and founder of Bring Hollywood Home for the work to bring about a new vision for a business model to bring investors to a fund that will provide a 30% incentive to Read More

Why We Lost in Iraq and Afghanistan

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 51 No Comments

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Join us as Carlos explores why we lost in Iraq and Afghanistan with General Dan Bolger. The U.S. Military were designed to fight uniform enemies, taking quick decisive action against uniformed enemy then pull out. Occupation and door to door counter-terrorist operations are not the most ideal use of the military. In ot

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Current Handling of the Middle East

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 33 No Comments

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Assets what has happened since 2001 since we went in and not make short sighted decisions. Training the Afghan army takes time, training a rifleman can be done in weeks, but a sergeant or a general? Could take decades. Pulling out military advisors from Afghanistan within a few years can have similar results as iraq Read More

A Personal Look at Raelee Nikole

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 63 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he explores the personal side of San Diego native singer/songwriter Raelee Nikole!

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A Personal Look at Ginger Pauley

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 56 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he chats with Ginger Pauley. With dozens of appearances on screens both big and small, Ginger Pauley is the “it girl” for any kind of role, from vintage noir to modern comedy, and everything in between. The camera just loves her classic “American sweetheart” look. Ginger is th

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How Does Trauma in Adolescence Affect Brain Development?

All Points Bulletin March 5, 2017 90 No Comments

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Trauma affects adolescents by changing the way the brain works. As the brain does not stop developing until the age of 25 the trauma you experience will keep affecting your brain in a negative way. Usually, adolescents around the age of 16, puberty is developing the part of the brain that deals with social skills. Read More

Psychology of Advertising

Circle of Insight March 5, 2017 47 No Comments

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Join Dr. Carlos as he explores the psychology of advertising with Dr. Belch. They discuss super bowl advertising, Apple, and other large advertising concepts. Belch 9th edition continues its Advertising focus with an emphasis on IMC. It includes very comprehensive coverage of Agency issues and creative work and how it

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