This week, Doug speaks to two very interesting and very different guests. In the first part of the show, Bernie Goetz, who taught an entire city how to become crime-free. Due to Bernie's efforts, New York is no longer one of the most dangerous cities in the world. On tonight's show, Bernie speaks about why the memorial to the World Trade Center is a failure and what the plans for the site actually entail. In the second part of the show, Stephan Siegel of the University of Washington talks about the relationship between genetics and our spending habits. Is the way we spend or save our money a question of nature or nurture, or is this issue more complicated than that? To find out more, tune into tonight's fascinating broadcast of the Goldstein on Gelt Show.