Ray Keating

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Most politicians don't understand how their policies hurt business growth. Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to report small business growth is stymied because of uncertainty, plus how growth may be affected by the 2012 election.
ObamaCare is bad for America on many levels. Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the desperate way ObamaCare was constructed and why what we know combined with what we fear about it is holding back the economy.
ObamaCare has been unraveling since it was signed into law. Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the structural collapse of ObamaCare and exceptions to failed taxes to Constitutional challenges.
Will the economy improve before the 2012 elections? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to explain why the economy will remain essentially as it is until after the 2012 elections.
How is the economy doing? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to report that the U.S. economy is still struggling to gain traction and likely will remain that way through 2012.
Can you learn how to run your business better from a television series? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to reveal valuable business management and operating lessons from the NBC television series, "Chuck."
What are the "Occupy Wall Street" folks mad about? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether the "Occupy Wall Street" protesters are justified or are they protesting at the right place but for the wrong reasons?
Why does Obama keep picking winners and losers? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss Obama’s jobs speech which was the same rhetoric, more about politics and less about the economy and leadership
9/11 changed the lives of millions of people. Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to reflect on how 9/11 changed the lives of everyone in the New York area and how it feels 10 years later.
Was S&P right to downgrade the U.S. credit rating? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to examine the motivations of Standard & Poor's for their recent downgrade of the U.S. credit rating, and whether this says more about S&P than U.S. credit.