Category: Government, Politics
Can our health care system actually be fixed? Richard Rawson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways the marketplace could fix health care if the politicians would allow it to happen.
What are the unintended consequences of the new Credit Card Act? Pamela Villarreal joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the new Credit Card Act is not as "consumer friendly" as claimed and how it could actually hurt small businesses.
Americans are demanding leadership, not partisanship, according to Jim Blasingame, who uses the words of George Washington to promote the idea that our pursuit of liberty must come with elected leaders who know they work for the people, not special interests.
How does the trial bar block tort and therefore health care reform. Jim Copland joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the legal profession buys influence from the Democrat leadership in Congress and why that prevents tort reform legislation and consequently, meaningful health care reform.
Did the Health Care Reform Summit accomplish anything? Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to this recent event, which side of the aisle claimed the day, whether any compromise was found and what the chances are of passage of the current legislation.
The greatest enemies of economic progress are politicians. That's the message Guy Sorman delivers as he joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why the Euro Zone and the United States are having so much trouble with economic recovery. The problem is not the economy, it's the incessant need by politicians for power.
Will the meeting between President Obama and Congressional leaders from both parties be a bi-partisan health care summit where common ground is found, or a political trap set for the Republicans. Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss this and agree that the Democrats are the better team at the game of politics.
Small business owners report that this recovery doesn't exactly feel like one. Bill Soward joins Jim Blasingame to report on his company's recent quarterly economic conditions survey of business managers and what they said about the progress of the economy, including the future of jobs growth.
Can there be bi-partisan health care reform in 2010? Jim Copland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether anything positive will come from the so-called bi-partisan meeting on heath care reform between President Obama and leaders of both parties?
Reporting on the upcoming Congressional elections and the likely change of political balance, Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff joins Jim Blasingame to identify some of the key issues that are at stake for both parties. They also talk about the need to replace partisanship with leadership in government.
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