Donald Lambro is the chief political correspondent for The Washington Times, the author of five books and a nationally syndicated columnist. His twice-weekly United Feature Syndicate column appears in newspapers across the country, including The Washington Times. He received the Warren Brookes Award For Excellence In Journalism in 1995 and in that same year was the host and co-writer of the nationally televised PBS documentary, Inside The Republican Revolution, a behind-the-scenes report on the first 100 days of the 104th Congress. He was also the producer and moderator of The Washington Times Forum, a public affairs program that was broadcast from Capitol Hill over the C-SPAN cable television network. His commentaries have been heard across the country on Associated Press Radio, National Public Radio, the Mutual Broadcasting System and the Business News Network.
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The current health care reform and cap-and-trade debates are two critical issues being debated that will have enormous influences on small businesses. Don Lambro joins Jim Blasingame to talk about these issues and how the debate is progressing in Congress.
What does this veteran reporter think about what our government is doing to try to stimulate our economy? Don Lambro joins Jim Blasingame to offer his expert reporting on the attempts of President Obama and Congress to get our economy going again.
What will the Obama administration policies mean for small business? Don Lambro, joins Jim Blasingame to talk about these nominations and other current political events that impact small business owners.