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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Paul Goldner
Paul Goldner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that customers are increasingly drawn to brands that are closest to where the value is delivered, which is good news for small business.
Paul Goldner
Paul Goldner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the reason too many small businesses fail is by not being devoted to the financial management of their operation.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to comment on former Budget Director, David Stockman’s continued negative commentary on the Fed, federal budget deficits and stock values.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to point out the tension between the Fed’s monetary policies and the government’s fiscal policies and how the two could be at dangerous cross-purposes.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to report on how rising interest rates could have a negative impact on the Main Street economy in a number of direct and indirect ways.
Jim Ballard
Jim Ballard joins Jim Blasingame to discuss his concerns about the apparent decline in virtue in America over the past half-century, and how we recover..
Jim Ballard
Jim Ballard joins Jim Blasingame to share thoughts from past leaders who offered ideas America has wandered away from, and how to recover from that loss.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the trade deficit should be considered as one factor among many others, such as the capital account with other countries.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the full extent of the level of theft of the intellectual property of American businesses by China, including how corporate America has been complicit in allowing that to happen.
Ted Fishman
Ted Fishman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current, dangerous and complicated situation with North Korea, and whether it’s a good idea for the leadership of South Korea to talk with their northern neighbors.

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