The Jerry Duncan Show Interviews White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany

The Jerry Duncan Show Interviews White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany
Dean B. Kaner is a playwright and screenwriter, having co-produced and co-written plays for the stage with performances in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, Phoenix and Memphis. Check out The Jerry Duncan Show on YouTube, as well as on Instagram, and the sketch comedy A Bit of Biden (on Instagram) and at @abitofbiden on TikTok.

Wherein our intrepid talk radio show host interviews White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. ANNOUNCER From under a rock in your backyard, it’s The Jerry Duncan Show. JERRY … Read more

COVID-19 Is Prompting a Societywide Recalculation

National radio commentator, writer, public speaker, and author of the book, "Swim Against The Current: Even A Dead Fish Can Go With The Flow," Jim Hightower has spent three decades battling the Powers That Be on behalf of the Powers That Ought To Be - consumers, working families, environmentalists, small businesses, and just-plain-folks.

Twice elected Texas Agriculture Commissioner, Hightower is a modern-day Johnny Appleseed, spreading the message of progressive populism all across the American grassroots.

He broadcasts daily radio commentaries that are carried in more than 150 commercial and public stations and on the web.
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An unexpected and profound impact of today’s horrific coronavirus crisis is that it is quietly prompting a societywide recalibration. Laissez-faire ideologue Ronald Reagan used to delight in mocking … Read more

Shut Out Federal Workers See What Real Life Is in the Labor Ghetto

Shut Out Federal Workers See What Real Life Is in the Labor Ghetto
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I’ve heard about you Federal workers, where a break is considered a regular hourly occurrence. Newspapers, news stations and radio airwaves are all ripe with the telling of … Read more

How Unemployment Really Works

How Unemployment Really Works
rfreed has a fertile, if somewhat warped, imagination. Read him at your own risk! More laugh gaffes available at Semi-Humorous Humor
!!!!!Buy 'The Alaska Papers' from lulu.com. Only $10 !!!!! An almost funny publication!

How to reduce the unemployment rolls Derek in Accounts Payable was an excitable type, but only to a certain extent. When he rounded the corner to speak to … Read more

What Job Creation Numbers Don’t Tell Us

National radio commentator, writer, public speaker, and author of the book, "Swim Against The Current: Even A Dead Fish Can Go With The Flow," Jim Hightower has spent three decades battling the Powers That Be on behalf of the Powers That Ought To Be - consumers, working families, environmentalists, small businesses, and just-plain-folks.

Twice elected Texas Agriculture Commissioner, Hightower is a modern-day Johnny Appleseed, spreading the message of progressive populism all across the American grassroots.

He broadcasts daily radio commentaries that are carried in more than 150 commercial and public stations and on the web.
Jim Hightower
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“Job creation” is happening, sure, but what kind of jobs? Have you noticed “the powers that be” employ an entirely different standard for measuring the health of America’s … Read more

A New Voice of Morality Responds Bluntly to Right-Wing Rants Against Anti-Poverty Programs

National radio commentator, writer, public speaker, and author of the book, "Swim Against The Current: Even A Dead Fish Can Go With The Flow," Jim Hightower has spent three decades battling the Powers That Be on behalf of the Powers That Ought To Be - consumers, working families, environmentalists, small businesses, and just-plain-folks.

Twice elected Texas Agriculture Commissioner, Hightower is a modern-day Johnny Appleseed, spreading the message of progressive populism all across the American grassroots.

He broadcasts daily radio commentaries that are carried in more than 150 commercial and public stations and on the web.
Jim Hightower
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Despite so-called recovery, poverty is worse The bluebirds of happiness are chirping away in our nation’s treetops these days, for America is now in the fifth year of … Read more

The Chilling Reality of America’s Worsening Jobs Crisis

National radio commentator, writer, public speaker, and author of the book, "Swim Against The Current: Even A Dead Fish Can Go With The Flow," Jim Hightower has spent three decades battling the Powers That Be on behalf of the Powers That Ought To Be - consumers, working families, environmentalists, small businesses, and just-plain-folks.

Twice elected Texas Agriculture Commissioner, Hightower is a modern-day Johnny Appleseed, spreading the message of progressive populism all across the American grassroots.

He broadcasts daily radio commentaries that are carried in more than 150 commercial and public stations and on the web.
Jim Hightower
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Jobs crisis over! Hiring increase for receptionists, waiters, clerks, temp workers… At last, some excellent economic news for folks long-mired in the jobs crisis and stagnant labor market! … Read more

Lost Journal: Forewarning of Firing Feels Frightening

Buy your copy of "Lost Journal - the Book" at www.timmollen.com.Each Lost Journal column is a journal entry written in retrospect. In other words, Mollen chooses a different day from his past, and writes about it as though it were today. The date may be last week, Halloween 1980, or the day he was born (May 4, 1969). Some of you may be asking, “But how would he have been able to write a journal entry on the day he was born?” To you he says: “Lighten up. It’s a humor column.” Mollen is a nationally syndicated columnist and actor, and he is available as a speaker on writing and humor.
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Journal entry:  July 2, 2001 (age 32) Ah, the dotcom bubble.  Over the past year, it’s introduced me to the highest salary I’ve ever had, the first stock … Read more

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