The only way for evil to win is for good people to do nothing. Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame with reflections on 9/11 first responders, the continuing threat of terrorism, and the NYC commemoration.
The elimination of Osama bin Laden demonstrated the resolve of the United States. Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the killing of Osama bin Laden, and what it says to the world about the commitment and capability of Americans.
What has happened to civility in America? Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the Civility in America lecture series and why we need to return to civility to move the U.S. forward.
Politicians continue to give lip service to small businesses. Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the challenges small businesses are facing in trying to survive the recovery, including fuel costs and lack of support from government leaders.
Don't forget the troops on this Thanksgiving holiday. Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to give thanks and pay tribute to those, past and present, who answered the call of their nation and put themselves in harm's way to preserve our freedom.
With all of the need, how can one person make a difference? Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how a single, random act of kindness each day by each one of us can actually make the world a better place.
How is Europe's financial challenges manifesting in it's relationship with the U.S.? Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why he thinks that with all of the financial challenges, this may result in a closer relationship between Europe and the U.S.
How has public relations changed in the digital age? Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to report on a number of public relations lessons we can learn, plus how small businesses have a PR advantage because of all the new digital tools and resources.
Joining Jim Blasingame for another Thanksgiving Day visit, Bob Dilenschneider and Jim talk about the many things we have to be thankful for, even when times seem to be so difficult.
Reporting on the economic, political and societal trends, Bob Dilenschneider talks with Jim Blasingame about some of the issues his organization is tracking, including how we run our businesses, our governments and our lives.