Courtesy of "Resident Obama's" leadership, or lack thereof, America's problems of the past have mushroomed into full-blown crises in the present. Much of our attention is rightly focused on containing the damage from Obama and his reckless policies. But we can't lose track of the fundamentals. A crucial element of America is our economic prowess. It, too, is suffering mightily under the most extremist liberal to ever occupy the Oval Office. But because of the previously mentioned catastrophes faced by our nation at home and around the world, the basics of the economy are left to languish unnoticed.
I had a great discussion with noted economist Stephen Moore on the show this weekend. Moore published a great piece in Investor's Business Daily on the correlation between low taxes and job creation in our capitalist system. He says if you live in a state with high taxes, chances are, you're finding it harder to find a job. If you find yourself among the chronically unemployed in Obama's America, a relocation away from heavily taxed states to states with very low or no income taxes your chances of finding work can greatly improve.
Moore also tackled government's silly idea to raise the minimum wage.
Also in the show we talked to an American woman whose parents were Mexican citizens. She was born in the U.S. and was taken back to Mexico to live until 1984. She has some powerful words for the people in Central America and Mexico coming into the U.S. illegally. I also had some choice words for Harry Reid's ridiculous lie about the border being secure.
Cue to 58:15 to hear my interview with Stephen Moore: