Tags: America, Anthony Pulieri, Apple, asia, business, china, commentary, discussion, domestic, economic, economy, euro-pacific capital, finance, foreign, foxconn, india, Jim Knight, jobs, john browne, knight group, kroger, news, outsourcing, production, Small Business, talk, United Bullion Group, wages, walmart
As election season is in full gear, and politicians ramp up the political rhetoric on how outsourcing has killed jobs in America, The Mangru Report Panel of experts takes a hard look at whether outsourcing is a negative or a positive thing for America.
The Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of Anthony Pulieri (Joseph Glenn Commodities), John Browne (Euro Pacific Capital), and Jim Knight (The Knight Group) discuss the differences in wages in foreign countries, the influence of unions, unfair government subsidies from foreign nations, the difference in technical skills between the U.S. workforce and countries like China & India, backwards tax incentives that keep U.S. jobs overseas for fear of high U.S. taxation, the influence of cheaper goods and it’s effect on the U.S. standard of living, and why companies are moving more of their operations overseas.
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Taxation By Representation on Sugary Drinks Ban for New York City – The Mangru Report October 19, 2010Posted by Admin in Panel Discussion.
Tags: Adam Hasner, analysis, beverage, Bloomberg, city, class warfare, commentary, dan mangru, David Patterson, diabetes, euro-pacific capital, florida, food stamps, gdp, governor, health, healthcare, House of Representatives, interviews, john browne, Majority Leader, Michael, mike, New york, Paschal Liguori, politics, Premier Estate Properties, soda, sugary drinks, talk, television, The Mangru Report, tv
After Congress failed to pass a 10 cent tax on sugary drinks such as soda, New York City united behind Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Gov. David Patterson is now trying to implement a sugary drink ban in New York City for all food stamp recipients. Patterson and Bloomberg contend that all of the public spending on healthcare and the links to diabetes and other diseases justifies the government ban.
Opponents of the measure say that this is just another nanny-state solution by New York, and that this is another case of class warfare, with the less fortunate being targeted.
Watch The Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Paschal Liguori (Premier Estate Properties), and Florida House of Representatives Majority Leader Adam Hasner debate both sides of the issue and look at the real costs at hand.
Healthy School Lunches – Taxation By Representation – The Mangru Report on Fox Business October 12, 2010Posted by Admin in Panel Discussion.
Tags: analysis, Anthony Pulieri, Capital, cell phone radiation, commentary, Congress, dan mangru, discussion, economic, economy, education, educational, Euro-Pacific, finance, government, government spending, Healthy School Lunches, house, HR 5504, Improving Nutrition for America's Children Act, interviews, Jim Knight, john browne, low income, news, pelosi, physical fitness, politics, Representation, representatives, talk, taxation, taxes, television, The Knight Group, The Mangru Report, United Bullion Group
As Congress continues to debate a new bill to implement healthy school lunches across the country (HR 5504, Improving Nutrition for America’s Children Act), The Mangru Report panel of experts composed of John Browne (Euro-Pacific Capital), Anthony Pulieri (United Bullion Group), and Jim Knight (The Knight Group) discusses the merits of the bill and whether this is solving an epidemic problem or just more government spending.
The panel also weighs whether the healthy school lunches should be income based as opposed to being distributed to all students, whether food stamps should be cut to pay for it, whether physical fitness programs should accompany the healthy lunches, and whether the government should be intruding further into our lives.
Former NFL Player Kerry Parker Interview with Dan Mangru on New Orleans, Katrina & BP Oil Spill October 11, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
Tags: 50/5 program, BP, British Petroleum, commentary, dan mangru, discussion, economy, finance, government, hurricane, interviews, kansas city chiefs, katrina, Kerry Parker, National football league, New Orleans, NFL, oakland raiders, oil, rebuilding, Saints, Small Business, spill, talk, The Mangru Report, tv
Former NFL Player Kerry Parker (Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders) sits down with Dan Mangru to discuss what’s going on in New Orleans, five years after the events of Hurricane Katrina. Parker, a participant from the NFL Alumni Association with the 50/5 program (50 homes in 5 days), shares with Mangru how the government has failed in rebuilding Katrina, why private people need to step up in the community, whether small businesses are still waiting for money from BP & the government, and what he’s doing in the community to help kids, the homeless, and those in need to become better citizens of the world.
Lou Pritchett Interview with Dan Mangru – The Mangru Report on Fox Business – Episode 20 October 6, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
Tags: America, barack obama, business, commentary, corporate, dan mangru, environment, Fox, Fox Business, general motors, GM, green, interview, lou pritchett, news, obama, outsourcing, P&G, partnering, patriot, president, sam walton, talk, Tea Party, The Mangru Report, tv, U.S., unemployment, United States, wal-mart, walmart, you scare me
Retired Corporate Executive Lou Pritchett set off a national firestorm with his eloquent “You Scare Me” open letter to President Barack Obama. Since he wrote it millions of Americans have passed it along online and it has made Lou a Tea Party favorite.
As one of the pioneers of partnering and a major business partner of Sam Walton of Wal-Mart, Lou Pritchett discusses why it’s important to have business experience in government. Pritchett also tells Dan Mangru what he would have done if he were president to General Motors, how America can use it’s intellectual resources to be better, how to operate a small business in a recession, small business outsourcing, and whether the Tea Party should just “amuse” President Obama.
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Tags: abruzzo, business, commentary, cut, dan mangru, deficits, democrat, democratic, district 85, finance, florida, Fox, government, house, joseph, pension, representative, spending, state, state budget, talk, taxes, The Mangru Report, tv, unfunded
Watch rising Democratic star and Florida State Rep. Joseph Abruzzo (D-FL) go One-On-One with Dan Mangru. During their interview, Abruzzo shares his thoughts on whether to raise taxes or cut spending, state budget deficits, where to cut spending, unfunded pension liabilities, Charlie Crist, Kendrick Meek and the 2010 U.S. Senate race in Florida. Abruzzo is currently running for reelection to the State House of Representatives in Florida’s District 85.
Another Stimulus – The Mangru Report – Episode 14 August 25, 2010Posted by Admin in Panel Discussion.
Tags: alan stone, Anthony Pulieri, barack, Columbia, commentary, dan mangru, euro-pacific capital, finance, Jim Whelan, john browne, Joseph Stiglitz, larry summers, obama, Small Cap Conference, stimulus, talk, The James R. Whelan Agency, The Mangru Report, tv, United Bullion Group, university, wall st. research, white house, World Bank
Just when you think you’ve seen one stimulus too much… the White House and their crew of cronies are now calling for even more government spending in the form of a new stimulus. Watch as The Mangru Report Panel of Experts led by John Browne of Euro-Pacific Capital, Anthony Pulieri of United Bullion Group, Alan Stone of Wall St. Research, and Jim Whelan of The James R. Whelan Agency.