Joan Pryde

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Joan joins Jim for their weekly discussion of the Kiplinger Letter. They talk about the improvement in the job market.
Joan joins Jim as he broadcasts live from the Kiplinger offices in Washington, D.C. They discuss the deficit and how it will affect the country the rest of the decade.
Jim and Joan talk about what is in the Kiplinger Letter this week. They discuss what Congress is doing about energy, federal spending bills, and medicare bills.
Jim and Joan discuss this week's Kiplinger Letter. They also discuss current events in the marketplace. Included in this discussion is investors confidence in the economy after SEC regulations are broken.
During this week's coverage of the Kiplinger letter, Joan and Jim discuss issues such as the power blackout, other energy sources such as natural gas heating oil and gasoline, California politics, and the technology industry.
Jim and Joan talk about the 2004 race for the White House and the nine Democrats that want on the ballot. They also talk about the more than 100 candidates in the Governor's race in California.
Jim and Joan start off talking about Arnold Schwarzenegger's campaign for governor in California and they compare his career in politics with other celebrities. They go on to discuss the Kiplinger Letter and the economic recovery.
Jim and Joan talk about how the war in Iraq affected President Bush's popularity. They also discuss Sadam Hussein's sons and what led up to their deaths.
Joan joins Jim again to discuss what is in the most recent Kiplinger Letter. The bulls are running, and hopefully they will continue to run.
Joan joins Jim to discuss the latest Kiplinger letter. They talk about natural gas, and the bad news associated with it. They also talk about alternative fuels that could be better developed. In the second half of the hour, Joan and Jim explain the taxpayers bill of right that would provide relief to taxpayers.