Category: Government, Politics
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.
Reporting on the U.S. export strategy, Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the more productive efforts by the Obama administration to grow the economy and jobs by promoting global trade by small businesses.
Reporting on the true unemployment rate, Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff talks with Jim Blasingame about the difference between the way the unemployment rate is calculated and America's actual unemployment condition.
Reporting on how the global sovereign debt challenge is a threat to a fragile economic recovery, Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the domino effect that could happen, especially in the Euro Zone, if Greece defaults on its sovereign debt.
Delivering the Feb 2010 NFIB report on small business conditions, Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what Main Street business owners are saying about the economic conditions they are experiencing.
How did the new American Tea Party get started? John O'Hara joins Jim Blasingame to report on how this grassroots political movement came to be and where it is likely to go from here, including whether there will be Tea Party candidates.
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