Sept. 16:The Great Recession and the Great Response (1pm); Across the Country (1:30); More Economic Reform Proposals (2pm)

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Too little, too late? Too much? What and how much was needed to turn around the nation’s devastated economy? Carl will share the views of more non-partisan experts. Let’s travel across the country for more local news! President Obama isn’t the only one recommending steps towards addressing the economy. Let’s examine another proposal and its […]

August 19: Karen Gordon and Joel Cruz (1pm); Dr. Carter Doyle (2pm)

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Jazz has been a mainstay in America for decades. Local favorites in the Augusta, Georgia area, Karen Gordon and Joel Cruz, discuss the genre’s staying power. Dr. Carter Doyle is a highly acclaimed economist currently teaching at Georgia State University. He’ll speak with Carl about the economy and the advantages and disadvantages of doing nothing to reverse a recession or working to […]

Sept. 30: Joy Mitchell-Booker (1pm); Amanda Logan (2pm)

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Joy Mitchell-Booker will respond to questions as she discusses her run for the District 3 Augusta-Richmond County Commission Seat. Amanda Logan is a Research Associate with the Center for American Progress. She focuses largely on issues surrounding lower- and middle-income American families and will talk about  the need to have people of color participate equitably […]

August 7: Alan Essig (1pm); The Husband-Wife Bond (2pm)

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Have you been wondering how President Obama’s stimulus plan is affecting Georgia? A  “JOBS” bill was being pushed by state legislators. Why did Governor Perdue vetoe it? Is there an income/tax disparity in the Peach State? Get the answer to these questions and more when Mr. Alan Essig, Executive Director of the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, joins Carl to […]

Jan. 19 – Dr. Tim Koch (1st hour); Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (2nd hour)

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What a difference a few years can make! In the ’90’s our nation had a great surplus and people of all socioeconomic levels were doing better. We now have banks failing and homes being foreclosed on just to name a bit of our problem.  Dr. Tim Koch is a professor of banking and finance at the University of South […]

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