Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm
On Handling Change: “Businesses should always remind themselves what is their purpose, what is their mission and if they do that they don’t get hung up as much as you may otherwise if the means to achieve that purpose change.”
On the Affordable Care Act: “Obamacare has been a disaster. It was one thing to try to deal with people who were uninsured but that didn’t mean the government had to muck up and convolute and overturn the whole health care system.”
On the Cause of the Slow Economic Recovery: “…mucking around with the dollar. Whenever you do that you get less investing for the future.”
On the 2016 Presidential Election: “I think we are going to see something very exciting happen on 2016.” “I have seen no potential Democratic candidates who have this pro-growth program. They seem to have forgotten John F. Kennedy who ran on getting America moving again. Including major cuts in taxation.”
On Christie for President: “He has the makings, which is why he attracted attention and support to be a national leader, to be president.”
On the Tax Code: “Today among Democrats and Republicans there is a consensus that we have to reform our business tax code, which is now one of the worst in the world.”
On the Chinese vs. US Economy: “The US is still the number one economy. It’s more open here to being able to practice entrepreneurship.”
Saturday, 12/20 at 6:30pm; Sunday, 12/21 at 10am
This week, Michael Aron leads discussion with Newark Superintendent of Schools Cami Anderson.
Plus a segment of
Reforming the Port Authority after Bridgegate. The Bridgegate scandal has certainly brought renewed scrutiny on the Port Authority. Authorized by Congress in 1921 to oversee the region’s transportation infrastructure, the bi-state agency has been criticized on numerous fronts from extravagant spending to lack of transparency. Now a special panel is about to release a report calling for major reform. Former Governors Christie Whitman and Jim Florio offer their views to Kent Manahan in this Governors’ Perspectives.