Time: August 7, 2011 from 5pm to 8pm
Location: Colorado radio at 710 KNUS AM (or 1460 AM KZNT Colo. Springs)
Street: your radio or internet
City/Town: Colorado or USA
Website or Map: http://www.710knus.com/
Phone: radio station (303) 696-1971
Event Type: radio show
Organized By: Jimmy Sengenberger (posted by W. Branstetter)
Latest Activity: Aug 6, 2011
Jimmy Sengenberger will be sitting in for Ross Kaminsky again and has a really good line up of guests.
1. For insight on the recent economic news, Professor MARVIN GOODFRIEND of the Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business will have comments. Dr. Goodfriend is a researcher at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Carnegie Mellon Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Gailliot Center for Public Policy, and a former senior staff economist in the Reagan Administration.
2. THEN, too taxing for Colorado? Rollie Heath is pushing a brand-new, job-crushing tax proposal on the ballot in 2012. What are the implications of this? Jimmy will talk with PENN PFIFFNER of the Independence Institute about the "Too Taxing for Colorado" effort and just how destructive these tax hikes could be for Colorado.
3. PLUS, she's a College Republican dynamo and one of the foot soldiers in the conservative student insurgency at CU Boulder. Sophomore ASLINN SCOTT joins Jimmy for her second time on the radio to explain how and why social media can and should be utilized effectively by Republicans. Plus, how can conservatives tool their message effectively to win the election and especially to reach out to young voters? [Note: Aslinn was on Grassroots Radio August 4 and the podcast site is shown below.]