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Organic foods has become big business, and Myra talks with Jim about how she and her husband virtually invented the industry, and still flourish as a small business.
It's so difficult for small business owners to eat and exercise the way we should, and Tom joins Jim to provide some ideas on how we can be better stewards of our bodies.
There are more good things going on in Iraq than you can get listening to the mainstream media. June joins Jim from Baghdad, Iraq to talk about some of these things.
Kenneth Davis
Ken and Jim discuss the history of Thanksgiving in America.
Katie joins Jim to talk about the 2007 Wings of Hope calendar, which raises money for the Arnold Palmer Hematology and Cancer Center.
Burton Folsom
Burt joins Jim to talk about whether if Labor Day were being considered as a national holiday today, would it pass. They also talk about the difference between static thinking and dynamic thinking with regard to public policy that affects the marketplace, like taxes, tariffs and minimum wage.
Chris talks with Jim about what he saw as he photographed the wake of distruction brought on by Hurricane Katrina.
Gary Murphy
Gary talks with Jim about the significant changes the travel agency industry has gone through over the past decade, the best ways to work with a 21st century travel agency, and what you can learn from the transition this industry has made.
Nora and Peter join Jim to talk about the life of one of America's treasures, Woody Guthrie.
Bert joins Jim to talk about identity theft, the worst 10 cities where this could happen to you and why. They also talk about ways to prevent it from happening to you.

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