Charlie talks with Andy Puzder, CEO who rescued Hardee’s and CKE from bankrupcty, about his book, “Job Creation” and his upcoming appearance in STL.
(Tues., Oct. 18, 6:00PM, Anheuser-Busch Auditorium, St. Louis University) (To register, log on to http://www.slu.edu/x53298/xml)
Rick Desloge and Norman Pressman talk about the upcoming bike ride to benefit cancer research and Siteman Cancer Center, Pedal the Cause…Ray Hartman and Patrick Ishmael state their case for and against Aerotropolis…Ron Kramer, inventor of the beer can cigarette lighter…and MoDot’s Chief Engineer Dave Nichols talks about possible funding for roads and job creation in Mo.
A pro/con on Aerotropolis, a China hub at Lambert Airport…U.S. Cong. Russ Carnahan on extending payroll tax cuts…Steve Zesch of the STL Cardinals talking about the “2011 St. Louis Cardinals Yearbook”…and, Dan Badock of Soulard’s Restaurant about your chance to help the American Cancer Society.
We checked in on the wildfires in New Mexico. The Show-Me-Institute says MO. shouldn’t spend tax credit dollars for the Lambert cargo hub. You say “tomato”. Tavis Smiley on a wonderful MO History Museum display that’s on right now.
Will tax breaks work, or just shift the risk from businesses to tax payers?
Is it time to dump Missouri’s individual and state income taxes? We spoke with Dr. Joe Haslag of the Show-Me Institute who says “Yes”.