The Employee Free Choice Act has been stopped for now, and this week on “America’s Business” we get a debriefing from two of the leaders who helped block the card-check bill, saving the secret ballot in the workplace: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT).
The Doha Round suffered a major setback this month in Germany, and joining host Mike Hambrick to explain the reasons — and reasons for continued hope — is Sean M. Spicer, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative.
If the sky lights up on the Fourth of July, there’s a good chance the Zambelli family deserves the credit. Mike talks to George Zambelli of Zambelli Fireworks Internationale, who tells us everything that goes into making an explosive (but safe) celebration.
A year ago, Australia eliminated its national debt. Is Australia’s achievement a model for the United States? Explaining debt down-under is Steve Morling, the economics counselor at the Australian embassy in Washington, D.C.
In our regular segments, Renee Giachino of the American Justice Partnership declares this week’s tort-reform winners and losers; the NAM’s Hank Cox recalls “The Way it Was”; and NAM President John Engler closes with “The Last Word,” warning that Big Labor will continue pushing the Employee Free Choice Act.
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