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After the people of Massachusetts spoke all too loud and clear electing Republican Scott Brown to the Senate, the Democrats' tenuous control of Congress has them practicing the legislative equivalent of a Chinese fire drill. The latest hot-button issue on the table, or red flag up the polls, is unemployment, triggering the Washington knee-jerk reaction to begin kicking around a "jobs bill." But, while the Democrats, in apparent desperation, are holding press conferences on this bill before an actual article of legislation actually exists, entrepreneur, patent attorney, business-policy expert and author Dale Halling says these politicians need to reevaluate. Whether the Obama administration is being well received by Republicans for his mention of a hiring tax credit for small businesses, or being scolded by these same Republicans for suggesting that the U.S. take repaid TARP money away from paying down the national debt and divert it into banks for business loans, Halling says it's all without economic teeth. Drawing from the knowledge base he used to write his new book, "The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur, Halling will explore with Political Pistachio Radio listeners tonight the real cause and effect behind the struggling national business base, and the keys to rejuvenating it. Conservative News and Commentary

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