Arizona Sen. John McCain is the likely Republican nominee for the presidency but the battle is still raging over who will snag the Democratic presidential nomination.
However, John Zogby, a guest on this week’s edition of “America’s Business with Mike Hambrick,” predicted Illinois Sen. Barack Obama will beat New York Sen. Hillary Clinton. Zogby is one of the most respected political pollsters in the nation.
“The most important thing is that Clinton does not really have a way mathematically to obtain the nomination,” Zogby said. “There is no way, or very little way, for her to be able to catch up with Sen. Obama among pledged delegates.”
The Senate is considering a climate change bill that supporters claim would help prevent global warming but opponents say would wreck the U.S. economy. Award-winning Time Magazine editor Eric Pooley will talk about the politics surrounding the issue.
Environmentalists are trying to fight a new power plant in Utah. Attorney Russell Frye will explain why that case is so important to future energy supplies and manufacturing.
Meanwhile, National Association of Manufacturers Trade Policy Director Doug Goudie will give listeners an update on World Trade Organization negotiations to further open global markets. And Croplife America President Jay Vroom will explain why pesticides needed to grow crops to feed the world sometimes get a bad reputation.
In our regular segments, Renee Giachino of American Justice Partnership will give us the latest on tort reform and commentator Hank Cox recalls the “The Way It Was.” And the National Association of Manufacturers President Gov. John Engler will close the program with “The Last Word.”
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