Do you know the difference between a libertarian and a conservative? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to differentiate between two kinds of political conservatives and libertarians but acknowledging that both distrust government and value self-determination.
Three years after the end of the recession, why isn't employment improving? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the multi-faceted challenges of employment in the U.S. and how government is contributing to the problem.
Why can't the Washington political class get out of the way of economic recovery? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how the policies and behavior of the political class in Washington are impeding economic recovery.
What is the truth about U.S. unemployment? Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how Washington manipulates job numbers, and reveals how unemployment should be identified and reported.
If only the government would just get out of the way. Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the U.S. is still in an underperforming recovery largely due to feckless politicians and failed government policies.
Government hurts an economy more than it helps. Ray Keating joins Jim Blasingame to report how a history of legislative policy manipulation led to the current poor economy and what government should not do to help.
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.