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Each week on Made in America, Neal gives his insight on the top news stories and their impact on the worlds of entrepreneurship, small business ownership and the overall economy. Unlike other talk hosts or pundits who only look at these issues through the prism of politics, Neal's analysis takes a non-biased approach based on real life experience in business as an American manufacturer and exporter.

Each week on Made in America, Neal gives his insight on the top news stories and their impact on the worlds of entrepreneurship, small business ownership and the overall economy. Unlike other talk hosts or pundits who only look at these issues through the prism of politics, Neal's analysis takes a non-biased approach based on real life experience in business as an American manufacturer and exporter.
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Each week on Made in America, Neal gives his insight on the top news stories and their impact on the worlds of entrepreneurship, small business ownership and the overall economy. Unlike other talk hosts or pundits who only look at these issues through the prism of politics, Neal's analysis takes a non-biased approach based on real life experience in business as an American manufacturer and exporter.

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Episodes

Luxury Cruises/USMCA

12/13/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the cruise industry with Edie Rodriguez, Americas Brand Chairwoman Ponant Cruises. Congress and WH close to reaching a deal with USMCA. Dan Griswold, Mercatus Center talks about the pros and cons

Duration:00:42:25

Student Loan Debt/Global tax

12/6/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the student loan crisis with Young America’s Foundation Spokesman Spencer Brown. What is France trying to do with a global tax? Richard Rubin, Wall Street Journal Tax Policy reporter explains.

Duration:00:40:02

Apprenticeships and the workforce/How Medicare for All harms the American worker

11/22/2019
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Neal and Rich have a lively discussion about apprenticeships in America with Eric Seleznow, senior advisor - JFF's Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning. Jamie Hall, research fellow and seasoned quantitative analyst talks about how Medicare for All would harm the American Worker

Duration:00:42:55

Sandy Hook survivors allowed to sue Remmington/Small business optimism

11/14/2019
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John Lott, President Crime Prevention Research Center talks about SCOTUS allowing Sandy Hook survivors to continue their case against Remmington Arms. Ray Keating, Chief Economist, Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council talks about Small business optimism.

Duration:00:41:11

Trump pulls out of Paris Climate Agreement/Elizabeth Warren's Medicare plan

11/8/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the Paris Climate Agreement with Pat Michaels, Senior Fellow Competitive Enterprise Institute and Elizabeth Warren's Medicare for All plan with Jason Pye, vice president of legislative affairs for FreedomWorks.

Duration:00:39:00

October Job Numbers/US-China Trade Negotiations

10/31/2019
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This week, Neal and Rich discuss the latest job numbers with Mark Hammrick, Senior Economist, Bankrate.com. Trade talks between China and the US continue and "Phase One" of a new deal could come soon. Chong Xiang is an economics professor at the Krannert School of Management and talks about what we can expect.

Duration:00:38:45

Blackouts effecting California economy/World tariffs

10/25/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the power situation in California with Nick Loris, Heritage Foundation. Gary Goldfarb, Chief Strategy Officer, Interport, talks about effects of world tariffs.

Duration:00:39:00

Conservative Alternative to health care/Turkish Sanctions

10/18/2019
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Neal and Rich talk to Elaine Parker, President Job Creators Network Foundation, about their new Healthcare for You framework,developed by the Job Creators Network Foundation and several patient advocacy group. Dr. Gary Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics talks about Syria, Turkey and US Sanctions.

Duration:00:38:56

Impeachment Fever/US Agricultural exports

10/3/2019
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Richard Ferguson, a former Hewlett Packard business executive, maintains that Democrats are literally attacking our country from within. Clark Packard, R Street Institute talks about the USMCA and US agricultural exports.

Duration:00:39:00

Pelosi moves toward impeachment inquiry/ Made in America 2018

10/3/2019
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Jim Kennedy, Kennedy Institute for Public Policy Research talks about the growing move by House Dems for impeachment hearings. Rose Tennent talks about Made in America 2019, hosting over 30,000 people over the 4-day event intent on aligning with the goal of raising the economic importance of American manufacturing.

Duration:00:39:16

Skills Gap/Climate change disasters that never materialized

9/19/2019
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There is definitely a skills gap in our workforce. Jennifer is the founder of Exploring Your Potential, an online certificate program that helps students recognize their possibilities, find the right path for them, and design a career-and life-plan that ignites their ambition and inspiration. What is behind the climate change agenda? Steve Milloy, publisher of JunkScience.com, member of the Trump EPA transition team and author of “Scare Pollution: Why and How to Fix the EPA give his insight.

Duration:00:40:46

3rd Democrat Presidential debate

9/13/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the 3rd Democrat Presidential debate with Chris Jacobs-senior health care expert, and the founder of Juniper Research Group,author of the forthcoming book:"The Case Against Single Payer" and Tom Del Beccaro-acclaimed author, speaker, Fox News, Fox Business and the former Chairman of the California Republican Party

Duration:00:39:30

Polls Lying About Trump/Bill De Blasio, Small Business Killer

9/5/2019
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Chris Ruddy, CEO Newsmax, talks about how polling is lying about President Trump. Gene Marks, The Marks Group PC, talks to Neal and Rich about the policies of Mayor Bill De Blasio that are killing small business in NY.

Duration:00:41:33

Free Markets/Is the US heading towards a recession?

8/30/2019
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Lawrence Glickman, Author Free Enterprise: An American History Nate Matherson Co-Founder & CEO of LendEDU talks about a possible recession and what that means for the average person

Duration:00:40:11

Free stuff for all/US-China trade

8/23/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss Democratic candidates giving free stuff to all with Dan Sanchez, Foundation for Economic Education. US-China Trade with Gordon Chang

Duration:00:39:30

Protests in Hong Kong/Cost of Green New Deal

8/16/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the protests in Hong Kong with Mike Gonzalez, senior fellow at the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy, and the cost of the Green New Deal with Daniel Turner, Founder & Executive Director of Power the Future

Duration:00:39:30

Economic Growth under Trump/Medicare For All

8/8/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss economic growth and minimum wage with John Tamny, Director of the Center for Economic Freedom at FreedomWorks Dems plan for Medicare for all with Meridian Baldacci is a Research Assistant in Domestic Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation

Duration:00:41:39

Berkeley to ban natural gas/skills gap in workforce/Democrat Debate

8/2/2019
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Jim Kennedy-Kennedy Institute for Public Policy Research, talks about Berkeley ban on natural gas Nathan Latka, author How to be a Capitalist Without Any Capital, talks about what the skills gap in the US costs the economy Michael Joyce, Deputy Press Secretary RNC, breaks down the second Democrat debate.

Duration:00:39:30

Trump wins court case/Education and Jobs/House passes new min wage bill

7/18/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the headlines of the week President Trump has won the second of three lawsuits alleging he violated the Constitution because foreigners and state officials patronize his businesses, such as the Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C.- GianCarlo Canaparo, Heritage Foundation Dissatisfaction with education system, Shaun McAlmont Executive Vice President, Career Readiness Education k12 inc. House passes new minimum wage bill, Alfredo Ortiz, Job Creators Network

Duration:00:39:37

The Cost of 100% Renewable Energy/Best State for Starting a Business

7/11/2019
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Neal and Rich discuss the cost of 100% renewable energy with James Taylor, a senior fellow for environment and energy policy at The Heartland Institute. Texas named best place to start a business by Wallethub. James Quintero leads the Think Local Liberty project at the Texas Public Policy Foundation explains why

Duration:00:39:30