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What math system do Washington politicians use? Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the recent budget cuts proposed by Washington are not cuts, but really just lowering rising deficits.
America’s economy can grow, but it will require a combination of cuts and efficiencies. Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fallacious projections of the debt ceiling bill and how to get to real fiscal reform.
Over half of US electricity is generated by coal. Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the lack of a national energy policy makes demonizing the coal industry a bad economic strategy.
The U.S. still needs coal, even though it's not PC. Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the EPA is revoking permits for coal mines without violations as an example of how the "Green" ideology actually can harm the U.S. economy.
You can’t love electricity and hate the energy industry. Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the media treats the coal industry; plus the long-term consequences and value of creating - or not creating - a U.S. energy policy.
How has the media handled the climate change debate?Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to report on how fairly or unfairly the main stream media has reported the climate change science and debate.
Is capitalism dead. Is capitalism evil? Julia Seymour and Jim Blasingame discuss the current debate over these issues and make the case that capitalism is neither evil or deal, especially on Main Street, where small businesses work.
Is professional journalism dead? Jim Blasingame asks Julia Seymour this question as she joins him to discuss the lack of critical reporting being conducted on legislation such as health care reform and carbon regulation. The answer, based on the current evidence, is that if professional journalism is not dead, it is not healthy and less than the public deserves.
Are the media covering the current issues professionally or not? Julia Seymour joins Jim Blasingame to reveal where the media falls down, including giving President Obama softball questions, overplaying the swine flu issue and other isses.
Could government intervention into executive pay become an unfortunate precedent to set? Will the so-called stimulus plan actually stimulate the economy in time? Julia Seymour talks with Jim Blasingame about these matters, including how the press is covering them.