On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Anthony Weiner, Barack Obama's ATM comments this week, and his administration's failed outreach to business.
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In this week's edition of Coffee and Markets, featuring The New Ledger's Francis Cianfrocca, we're talking about the latest GDP numbers, Fannie and Freddie, and the challenges facing small businesses with Congressman Kenny Marchant of Texas.
President Obama wants to expand TARP to cover stimulus spending, handing out cash to small businesses to offset the egregious economic policies he's adopted (and in the case of health care, plans to adopt) damaging their ability to hire anyone. We'll discuss his Brookings Institution speech on today's edition of Coffee and Markets.
The President holds a jobs summit, but doesn't invite the biggest actual producers of jobs -- instead stacking the deck with people who believe there just hasn't been enough government reallocation of taxpayer money. We'll talk about the summit and the latest details of upheaval at General Motors in today's edition of Coffee and Markets.
So he came in as a great recruiter, a great builder, a new innovator, already with the rings on his finger, the prizes around his neck, and he was going to make everything better -- but then he started losing people, right and left, and the team he built crumbled. It's time we started asking: is Barack Obama going to end up like Charlie Weis?
The Democrat leadership in Washington is terrified that people will start blaming them for historically high unemployment levels, despite their best efforts to create or save jobs in Texas District 85 and elsewhere.
Today Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd will present his proposed reforms of financial regulation, which could have massive ramifications for American banks and the entire economy. Will these reforms do anything to stop another crash, or will they spell the end of American small business?