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The Larry Kudlow Show

Each Saturday, The Larry Kudlow Show provides listeners with the latest on the unemployment rate, congressional budget battles, and how all of this affects their wallets. In this three-hour call-in program, Larry offers insight and expertise to help investors better navigate tomorrow's evolving economic and political terrain. Widely regarded as one of the top economists in the U.S., Larry is also a popular CNBC weekday anchor for The Kudlow Report and The Call.
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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 26, 2015
ohn Boehner throws in the towel. Budget shutdown in the cards? Boehner departure bad for business? immigration reform, tax reform, Ex-Im bank, funding hi-way bill, debt ceiling. Pope Francis comes to America: political or spiritual? New Fed hawk Janet Yellen- higher rates ahead? Hillary opposes Keystone pipeline. Is Trump losing his lead? Stock correction not over?
Sep 19, 2015
Sen. Ron Johnson: How to stop Iran deal? Go to mattresses? Nuclear option? Defund Planned Parenthood? Gov't shutdown? Did Carly Fiorina win debate? Overtake Trump? Scott Walker folding? Rubio-Fiorina ticket? Why is it that candidates never talk money in debates? Hillary? Sanders? Prof. Thomas Sowell: Causes of inequality? What to do? Fed: No interest rate lift-off. Stocks slump: worried about US & world growth & China.
Sep 5, 2015
Iranian deal disaster: Gen. Keane interview Iran aiding ISIS? Can GOP win Iran cloture vote? No-Growth campaign. Trump signs loyalty oath w/ other GOPs. Mediocre bleh jobs report. Fed move: 1/8th and done? Hillary's capgains tax hike: 1938 recession all over again? Higher tax rates = lower tax revenues. How deep the stock correction?
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