Live on LI News Radio 103.9 FM with Jay Oliver, Joe Campolo discussed:

June 7, 2018: Powerful female legislators, the mistrial in the Mangano case, major changes at Miss America, and the tragedy of suicide with the loss of Kate Spade.

May 31, 2018: Live from the HIA-LI Trade Show – at a time when trade shows are losing relevance, the HIA-LI Trade Show is stronger than ever. Learn why.

May 24, 2018: Hot button topics facing our nation including the Texas school shooting, the NFL’s new rules for the national anthem, the Dodd-Frank rollback, and even the Royal Wedding.

May 9, 2018: The U.S. exit from the Iran nuclear deal, the resignation of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, confirmation hearings for Gina Haspel, and CMM’s spotlights on the Long Island business community.

April 30, 2018: Lessons learned from CMM’s #MeToo panel, negotiation tips for the North Korea Summit, and more.

April 11, 2018: Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress, why we need millennials to run for Congress, the proposed privatization of the VA,  midterm election predictions, and the number one reason college students say they don’t want to stay on Long Island.

March 28, 2018: The “March for Our Lives” protests against gun violence, CMM’s solution-focused #MeToo panel, the “invisible” problem of hunger on Long Island, and how Island Harvest is working to deliver sustenance and hope.

March 14, 2018: CMM’s spotlight series on Long Island business success stories in partnership with HIA-LI and negotiation strategies for the historic meeting with North Korea.

February 21, 2018: After the Parkland tragedy, Joe Campolo and Jay Oliver discuss the intersection of gun control, the Second Amendment, and mental health issues in America and the steps we need to take to keep our children safe.

February 8, 2018: Joe Campolo and Jay Oliver debate whether civility is too much to ask of our elected officials.

January 22, 2018: Joe Campolo discusses the government shutdown, burdens of the new tax law, the women’s march in NYC and highlights from the HIA-LI’s Annual Meeting & Legislative Breakfast.

January 11, 2018: Immigration policy, the work ethic of the millennial generation, and how the tax bill will impact the Long Island economy.

November  27, 2017: Changes to military policy, responding to gun violence, and how to create safe workplaces for all employees.

November 2017: Gun violence and sexual harassment in the headlines.

October 25, 2017: The hypocrisy of Hollywood, how local politics really works, and breaking the cycle of poverty with hope and mentors.

September 2017:  Jonathan Ross Harrington live on air with Jay Oliver from LI News Radio 103.9 discusses steps to take following a cyber attack and how businesses and consumers can protect themselves. Listen here.

August 17, 2017: What leadership means in politics, business, and more.

July 5, 2017: How to use empathy in negotiation, how today’s political leaders are negotiating (and what they could be doing differently).

February 17, 2017: How the M&A market will fare under the new administration.  Listen here.

January 2017: Negotiation strategies, the Trump inauguration, and women’s marches.