Basic Income

December 2, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join Host, Vivian Komori and Greg Barnes as
they discuss:
Basic income is money an individual receives regardless of whether he or she works or not, sufficient to
meet our most basic human needs for necessities like food, water, shelter and clothing.  .  It's an amount
sufficient to keep us above the poverty line, not living lavishly, but basically.  And most importantly, it's a
stream of income independent of all other income that functions as a baseline.  It enables and never in
any way prevents, additional income.

  • What would be the effects on welfare?  Social Security?  Tax Codes?
  • Will the proliferation of AI (artificial intelligence) necessitate this provision?  
  • Will there be a need for minimum wage laws?  
  • Consumption vs. Production


  • India just went cashless.  What was the motivation?  
  • What is the convenience of a "Mobile Wallet"?
  • Citibank in Austria no longer accepts cash deposits.


  • The Fed is raising the rates in December will this mean another stimulus program?
  • Will this accelerate the hemorrhaging of the bond market?

The Electoral College

November 24, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori and Greg Barnes as they discuss:

The Electoral College

  • How does it work?
    Where did it start?
  • Is it the 2nd part of the election process?
  • How are delegates chosen?  Can they cross party lines?

The Herd Mentality of Polarization.

Edward Bernays....How does PR play into government? 


  • India has gone cashless.  What does that mean?
  • Have currency wars begun?
  • The Fed rate hike and the hemorrhaging bond market. 

Erica Bailey; The Meltdown of Venezuela

November 16, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori, Donovan Heard, Greg Barnes and Laura Feliz as they chat with:

Erica Bailey

The Meltdown of Venezuela 

Erica Bailey, a civil engineering student, is a native of Venezuela who now resides in the United States.  Her parents and sister are currently trapped there and trying desperately to come LEGALLY to the US.  Her Go Fund Me ( page is:  Rescue From Venezuela

A few short years ago Venezuela was the most prosperous country in South America.  It was also one of the "happiest countries on earth".

 Today, Venezuela's economy is in deep crisis.  It's president, Nicolas Maduro, declared a state of "economic emergency" for 60 days on Friday.  Maduro's government stopped publishing any economic data about the country in 2014, but in the earlier this year that changed as data was published and it was ugly.  Very ugly.  Here are a few contributing factors to the meltdown.

1.  The Oil crash hurt Venezuela deeply

2.  It's currency (bolivar) has plummeted

3.  Intense power struggles within the government

4.  Unable to avoid defaulting on it's debts

5.   Food shortages are escalating. 



Discussion of “History is a Weapon” Edward Bernays

November 9, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori, Greg Barnes and Laura Feliz as they discuss: 

History is a Weapon:  Edward Bernays

How can we manipulate the media?

Edward Louis James Bernays (/bərˈnz/; German: [bɛɐ̯ˈnaɪs]; November 22, 1891 − March 9, 1995) was an Austrian-American pioneer in the field of public relations and propaganda, referred to in his obituary as "the father of public relations".[1] He combined the ideas of Gustave Le Bon and Wilfred Trotter on crowd psychology with the psychoanalytical ideas of his uncle, Sigmund Freud.

He felt this manipulation was necessary in society, which he regarded as irrational and dangerous as a result of the "herd instinct" that Trotter had described.[2]Adam Curtis's award-winning 2002 documentary for the BBC, The Century of the Self, pinpoints Bernays as the originator of modern public relations, and Bernays was named one of the 100 most influential Americans of the 20th century by Life magazine

One of Bernays' favorite techniques for manipulating public opinion was the indirect use of "third party authorities" to plead his clients' causes. "If you can influence the leaders, either with or without their conscious cooperation, you automatically influence the group which they sway." he said. In order to promote sales of bacon, for example, he conducted a research and found that the American public ate very light breakfast of coffee, maybe a roll and orange juice. He went to his physician and found that a heavy breakfast was sounder from the standpoint of health than a light breakfast because the body loses energy during the night and needs it during the day. He asked the physician if he would be willing, at no cost, to write to 5,000 physicians and ask them whether their judgement was the same as his—confirming his judgement. About 4,500 answered back, all concurring that a more significant breakfast was better for the health of the American people than a light breakfast. He arranged for this finding to be published in newspapers throughout the country with headlines like '4,500 physicians urge bigger breakfast'. while other articles stated that bacon and eggs should be a central part of breakfast and, as a result of these actions, the sale of bacon went up.


  • Venezuela
  • Bonds
  • Feds and Interest

Dr. Barbie J. Taylor, I Brake for Butterflies

November 3, 2016

This Friday on the Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori and Laura Feliz and the talk to:

Dr. Barbie J. Taylor, author

I Brake for Butterflies:  A Simple Guide to Spiritual Awakening

Dr. Barbie Taylor is a clinical psychologist with experience in

Parapsychology,Remote Viewing and UFO Research


She worked with Dr. Stephen Greer, MD and CSETI and was a clinical psychologist with the

   Center for Marital and Sexual Studies in Long Beach California.

Financial Updates

  • Deflation vs. Inflation

  • WWIII:   has it begun with Syria?
  • What is the SDR and is it controlled by China?


Immiigration: All in All it’s Just Another Brick in the Wall

November 3, 2016
Join host Vivian Komori, Greg Barnes and Laura Feliz as they discuss:
Immigration: All in All It's Just Another Brink in the Wall.
From TruTV's Adam Ruin's Everything:
Is it feasible to build a wall?  Does it make sense?
How to the Immigration Courts Work?
Is Deportation Effective? 
Does FEAR play a role in the immigration debates?
Venezuela:  Are they a precursor to what could happen in the US?
What is significance of the Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy?
Should Saudi Arabia make 911 reparations?

The Future is Here

October 20, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori, Greg Barnes and Laura Feliz as they discuss:

The Future is Here!!!!

  • Autonomous cars..... the forecast if by 2020 the complete automotive industry will start to be disrupted.  What will that mean?
  • What does it mean that AI (artificial intelligence) is taking over the legal profession with 90% accuracy?  (Humans rank about 70%)?
  • What will Education look like by 2020?
  • 3D printing is already here.  By the end of this year we will have 3D capability of printing from our phones!
  • What will the impacts of technology be on Education?  Health?   Longevity?


  • How to maneuver to get ahead of the Federal Reserve Decisions.
  • Is the Federal Reserve losing credibility?
  • What is happening with the hemorrhaging of the bond market?

Dr. Beth Darnall, author, Pain Relief Kit

October 16, 2016
This Friday join host, Vivian Komori and Laura Feliz as they chat with 
Dr. Beth Darnall, author
The Opioid-Free Pain Relief Kit
10 Simple Steps to Ease Your Pain

  • Relaxation to calm you nervous system
  • Pain Psychology Skills
  • Personalizing a plan for pain relief.  


Beth is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Pain Medicine at Stanford University and treats individuals and groups at the Stanford Pain Management Center. She is an NIH-funded principal investigator for pain psychology research that is examining the mechanisms of pain catastrophizing treatment, including a novel single-session pain catastrophizing class she developed (funded by the NIH National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health).

She is Co-Chair of the Pain Psychology Task Force at the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM), and in 2015 received a Presidential Commendation from AAPM.  

Beth is author of Less Pain, Fewer Pills ©2014 and The Opioid-Free Pain Relief Kit ©2016. Her upcoming book, The Surprising Psychology of Pain: Evidence-Based Relief from Catastrophizing and Pain is due out in 2017. As a pain psychologist, she has 15 years experience treating adults with chronic pain, and she lived through her own chronic pain experience. She enjoys helping individuals with chronic pain gain control over mind and body and live their best life possible.

Beth is a licensed clinical psychologist (CA License #25495).


Kati Kleber, author “Admit One”

October 11, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori, and Laura Feliz as they Interview:

Kati Kleber, BSN, RN CCRN, author
Admit One    
 What you Must Know When Going to the Hospital

The trauma of being admitted to a hospital, patients and their family members can easily become confused by the bombardment of information and instructions from a sea of strangers. 
 They can lose track of what they need to know and what they need to let their health team know.  

Kati Kleber is a registered nurse, certified in critical care, and provides an insiders guide to the culture of a hospital.  She emphasizes that communication must go both ways. 

  • How patients can accurately communicate their level of pain?
  • What important questions a patient needs to ask (and how to remember to ask them).
  • Why patients need to "know their code" or decide ahead of time if the want to be revived if their heart stops.
  • What important roles a patient's spokesperson  needs to play.

Charlotte’s Web: Racism?

September 29, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori, Donovan Heard, Greg Barnes, and Laura Feliz as they discuss:

Charlotte's Web and Racism

  • What is happening in Charlotte, NC and why?

What's the difference between Protesters and Rioters?

Stockholm Syndrome / Stratford Experiment

What role does Colonization play?

1590 King John and Maritime Law

Homeland Security and the Voting Process


What is happening with the banks now?

The Bank of China and the Yuan