America’s Business starts with a trip to Orrville, Ohio, and Schantz Organ Co. as host Mike Hambrick begin a series of reports with the Wall Street Journal’s Tim Aeppel, who recently completed an outstanding series, “Still Made in the USA.” Schantz is the largest manufacturer of pipe organs in the country and a great member of the NAM.
The curtain is dropping on the 109th Congress and will rise on the 110th in January, with Democrats in control of both the House and Senate. Taxes are sure to be high on the agenda, so Mike will talk with Dorothy B. Coleman, the NAM’s vice president of Tax and Domestic Economic Policy.
Renee Giachino of The American Justice Partnership continues the battle for tort reform in America.
Bill Sammon, the senior White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner, returns to discuss his reporting on potential 2008 presidential candidates. His list has already dropped from 10 to six, and we’ll take a look at the them.
The NAM’s Hank Cox ventures back into “The Way It Was,” we hear from “The Factory Floor,” a manufacturer, Mike Korneli of BesTech Tool Corp. of West Bend, Wisc., climbs up on “The Soapbox,” and NAM President John Engler concludes with “The Last Word.”
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