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Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization

Dr. John Christy
Dr. John Christy joins Jim Blasingame to report that cutting U.S. carbon emissions – which are now at 1990, Kyoto levels -- will not impact climate change because of the emissions being created by 3rd world countries.
Dr. John Christy
Dr. John Christy joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the fallacies of the climate change zealots, including that even as the planet is warming, death and destruction is less today than in the past.
Dr. John Christy
Dr. John Christy joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how, by definition, science can never be settled, whether it’s about climate change or anything else, and that the current debate is more about religious doctrine than science.
Bill Dunkelberg
Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to report on the NFIB Index which shows small businesses are hiring, are able to raise prices to grow their margins, and are still supporting the Trump administration’s trade strategy.
Gary Shapiro
Gary Shapiro joins Jim Blasingame to share his thoughts on the future of the U.S. technology industry, including trade, innovation and the impact of AI.
Gary Shapiro
Gary Shapiro joins Jim Blasingame to report on the tech industry's general support of why we need better relations with China, but not as much about some of the steps being taken by the president.
Bill Brandt
Bill Brandt joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current cyber-war that is ongoing with China, whether this constitutes the equivalent of a world war, and other challenges the U.S. faces with the Chinese governments.
Bill Brandt
Bill Brandt joins Jim Blasingame to report on the uprising in Hong Kong against the Chinese government’s increasing encroachment of their liberties, and how this scenario is likely to play out over time.
Stephen Moore
Stephen Moore joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why the economy is doing so well on so many levels, and whether his trade strategy with China is going to work.
Tony Uphoff
Tony Uphoff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the U.S. now has as many manufacturing jobs as it did in 1949, due largely to the trend in reshoring.

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