Pulitzer Prize winning reporter David Cay Johnston our special guest to talk about his new book the Fine Print: How Big Companies Use "Plain English" to Rob You Blind. He takes you through a litany of abuses by big companies, with the collusion of local, state, and federal lawmakers. They range from cell phone companies charging for system upgrades that never happen; to railway lines conspiring to keep rates high; to insurance companies delaying disability pay-offs in the hopes a worker will die; to corporations and millionaires deferring taxes for decades. It's all legal, in the fine print of legislation and standard contracts. He will also talk about the shocking ways that the 1% are quietly ripping off the middle class. He also has a Reuters piece on casinos and taxes called Down on the Boardwalk. It relates to a local issue where the administration of Gov. John Hickenlooper is refusing to back a proposed new casino in western Colorado. The Sleeping Giant Group has proposed building an off-reservation, Indian-owned casino near the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden. Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia tells Steamboat Today most Coloradans do not support more gaming and it doesn't have the administration's support. Supporters say a casino would provide new jobs. Opponents say a casino would hurt the Yampa Valley's image as a family vacation destination. They also say most new casino jobs would pay low wages and taxpayers would have to pay for access improvements. Read more from the Denver Post here. David Cay Johnston is a Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter who has been called the “de facto chief tax enforcement officer of the United States.” His most recent books, Perfectly Legal and Free Lunch, were New York Times bestsellers. He was a reporter for The New York Times for thirteen years and now writes a column for Reuters. He also teaches at Syracuse University College of Law and the Whitman School of Management, and he was recently elected board president of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc.