This Week on America’s Business Radio

By October 3, 2008America's Business, General

Americas-Business-logo.jpgSen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) says the “Employee Free Choice Act” has a very misleading name. DeMint says the legislation would strip away workers’ fundamental right to a private vote on union organizing so voters should urge Congress reject it.

“It’s hard for me to get past the name ‘Employee Free Choice Act’ because it’s anything but free choice,” said DeMint, a guest on this week’s “America’s Business with Mike Hambrick” radio program. “In fact, we know when you take the secret ballot away from a worker or a voter of any kind you basically subject them to intimidation and public pressure that shouldn’t be there.”

Health care is a big issue in the 2008 presidential campaign. Author Sally Pipes will tell listeners how to separate fact from fiction in the health care debate. Pipes is author of “The Top Ten Myths of American Health Care.”

Social networking Web sites have revolutionized the way people interact. Businesses can also use the Web to reach out to the public, says Catherine Brown from the Dotster social networking site. She’ll join Mike to talk about how manufacturers can get involved in social networking.

The first debate between presidential hopefuls John McCain and Barack Obama is over. NAM Executive Vice President Jay Timmons has been intimately involved in national politics for years and he’ll give us his expert opinion on how the presidential campaign is shaping up.

In our regular segments, Renee Giachino of American Justice Partnership gives us the latest on tort reform and commentator Hank Cox recalls “The Way It Was.” And our program will close with “The Last Word” from the National Association of Manufacturers President Gov. John Engler.

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