Category: Government, Politics
On his 92nd birthday, Austin Kiplinger joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate the 87th anniversary of The Kiplinger Letter, plus they discuss Mr. Kiplinger’s world view on international relations, plus current American politics compared to 20th century politics. Jim thinks Austin Kiplinger is a national treasure.
What will small businesses pay in taxes in 2011? Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss extending the Bush tax cuts and repeal of the 1099 reporting provision of the health care bill, plus the uncertainty of small business tax rates for 2011.
Will the Small Business Bill actually help small businesses? Karen Kerrigan joins small business expert Jim Blasingame to discuss why the Small Business Bill won't be successful, small bank lending, accelerated depreciation, direct expensing, capital gains.
Is the Republican Pledge good for small business? Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to talk about elements of the Republican Pledge, including extending the Bush tax cuts and repealing the health care bill.
Is the new small business bill bad for small business? Steve Forbes joins Jim Blasingame to reveal government motives with the bill and why it actually will not help small businesses. He also offers some hope for the future.
What can America do to get the economic recovery move faster? Steve Forbes joins Jim Blasingame to explain that the greatest impediment to economic recovery is government taxes, regulations and other interference. Solve these problems and you solve our economic problems.
Why are the two political parties having an identity crisis?Steve Forbes joins Jim Blasingame to discuss challenges of the two main political parties, including how the Tea Party has impacted both parties. He also makes a bold prediction about the November 2nd election.
How many regulations are too many? Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the pro-regulatory environment of the Obama Administration, plus the Republican Pledge for a regulatory reduction commission and mandatory sunsets for new regulations.
Why do regulations accumulate as a small business grows? Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how regulations on small businesses accumulate as the business hires more employees and that the resolution is politicians who pledge to pursue regulatory reduction.
The federal government should ensure the business environment is open to all who want to participate. Wayne Crews joins Jim Blasingame to discuss what the Republican Pledge could mean for small business regulation reform.
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