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James Bowers
James Bowers joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the likelihood that China will absorb Taiwan, and will the rest of the world stand by and let it happen the way they did Hong Kong.
James Bowers
James Bowers joins Jim Blasingame to report on the challenge that has been revealed regarding America’s supply chain dependence upon China for many things, including antibiotics and rare earth metals.
James Bowers
James Bowers joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the most recent corporate involvement in partisan political issues, like MLB and Delta taking sides on the new Georgia voting law.
Greg Kozera
Greg Kozera joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the Texas freeze impact on the supply chain is an indication of what we’re facing if we de-carbon our economy without a replacement for oil and gas.
Doug Barry
Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to report that Taiwan’s future as a self-determined state is in jeopardy due to the stated plans and apparent steps taken to return Taiwan under control of the mainland.
Doug Barry
Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the issues that surround any trade relationship the U.S. and the rest of the world has with China, as it continues to behave in an aggressive geopolitical way.
Neil Hare
Neil Hare joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fact that you can still apply for an EIDL loan from the SBA, with great terms, plus a report on the Biden infrastructure bill, and the likely associated increase in taxes.
Neil Hare
Neil Hare joins Jim Blasingame to report on the Employee Retention Credit, and how you can claim it on your tax return and either get a credit – real money, not a deduction – either as a deduction on taxes to be paid, or a check.
Neil Hare
Neil Hare joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the PPP2 rules are different from the first round and that the time to file for this financial help has been extended to May 31.
Felice Friedson
Felice Friedson joins Jim Blasingame to report on the fact that Israel has had four elections in two years because of their coalition rules, and why their political structure is creating a governing problem.

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