In the early hours of the morning January 28th 1903 a communication error at tiny Vail Station led to the worst rail disaster in Arizona history. On Tales of the Esmond Train Wreck, we talk with J.J. Lamb President of the Vail Preservation Society and Bill Kalt Railroad Historian and Author of Tucson Was A Railroad Town.
Media backlash over coverage of Gabby Pelito murder due to her race? Really?
Maricopa County Steve Chucri resigning over secretly recorded comments questioning the 2020 election.
A visit with Brad Hahn from Solidarity Health Share. An affordable alternative to traditional health insurance. For more information on Solidarity visit solidarityhealthshare.org
Pastor Jeff Logsdon comes on. Zach talks about better COVID testing and the way forward now from COVID. Nationally syndicated columnist Ruben Navarette talks many things immigration from the last week, including Title 42, reconciliation, Del Rio and more.
Our quarterly Tucson Air Service Report with Dave Hatfield, senior director of air service development and marketing for the Tucson Airport Authority. Also, a newsmaker interview with Tucson Mayor Regina Romero.
President of the PDC
Hosts: David and Rebecca Guthrie
Frank Antenori, Former GOP Member Arizona State Senate; Richard Evans, Author “ROOSEVELT AND CHURCHILL—THE ATLANTIC CHARTER.”
New Smart Phone Offerings, Microsoft Muthentication;
Demographic changes, which are entirely predictable with high accuracy, will have the most impact of any trend on businesses globally for the next 20 years. Specifically, the aging population in the USA, Japan, China and Germany will create major changes in how manufacturing is implemented, creating tremendous market shifts. Japan and China are likely to be the biggest losers, and America has a lot to gain, returning the USA to the #1 spot in global manufacturing, if we use this trend to America’s benefit.
The aging population in all 4 top manufacturing countries will lead to greater automation and use of robotics, creating new avenues for productivity and sales. You can’t go wrong investing in these, and both will be supported with high payoff investments in artificial intelligence (AI.) As the trend shifts market power, the country with the biggest effort to increase immigration will be a big winner, which gives another huge advantage to the USA. And any entrepreneur who wants to build on this trend cannot go wrong investing in health care. Listen in this podcast to how the Big Trend will lead to lots of activity in these 3 subsidiary trends and tremendous business opportunities for leaders willing to build on the trend.
- Are you using demographic shifts in your future plans?
- Do you see the opportunities in tight labor markets and retiring boomers – or just problems?
- Are you ready to make big bets in automation, robotics, AI, immigrant workforce training and healthcare solutions?
Benny White, Former US Air Force and Commercial Airlines Pilot;
Ed Ackerley, Tucson Business Owners
Jonathan Ornstein, Executive Director, Krakow, Poland JCC on rising Anti-Semitism in Poland and Israel/Poland diplomatic relations
Rep. Sharon Jackson from Alaska
Jason Ayres from GAP Ministries
TIA students Cara and Vanessa are joined by teacher Ms. Allie Garrett