Category: Government, Politics
Obama's Justice Department has pushed the 1st Amendment envelope. Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the dangers that are inherent in the Obama Administration's snooping on the media's phone records at the AP.
How do we protect ourselves from presidents and the IRS? Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to report on the historical record of presidents using the IRS as a political weapon, and if the Obama administration has also done this.
How do we reconcile the Benghazi scandal with the Constitution. Burt Folsom joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how the U.S. Constitution should be allowed to work as the Benghazi scandal is investigated.
What similarities are in evidence between Civil War politics and current politics? Ralph Peters joins Jim Blasingame to discuss his new novel, Hell or Richmond, and offer evidence of how politics have changed little in 150 years.
What was so different about that 30 day period in 1864? Ralph Peters joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the Civil War's Overland Campaign was so important to the outcome of the war, and how he reported this period as a historically accurate novel.
Why are business managers so depressed about the summer? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey of business managers and why they are indicating a slow economic forecast for this summer.
Are government policies dampening business enthusiasm? Sam Norwood joins Jim Blasingame with this month's Tatum Survey and questions about what is causing a down forecast for the summer - could it be Obamacare?
President Obama, your policies aren't working for small business. Jim Blasingame offers President Obama specific evidence on why his policies are actually hurting small businesses and therefore, restricting economic growth.
You can estimate Social Security benefits. John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to use any number of calculators to estimate your social security benefits upon retirement, including the one at SSA.gov.
How long will Social Security last as currently structured? John Harrison joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that as currently structured, Social Security will pay current benefits for about 20 more years.
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