Mon, 9 January 2017
Jason reminds us about the upcoming Meet the Masters of Income Property Live Event in lovely Irvine California. A special inventory of properties is being withheld from JasonHartman.com so attendees can purchase vetted income properties at the event. Jason’s guest on today’s podcast is Tom Schatz. Mr. Schatz is the President of The not-for-profit Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) and it’s lobbying affiliate, Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW). The group publishes the annual Congressional Pig Book to highlight areas where Congress mismanaged taxpayer dollars in the previous year. Jason immediately made a donation to this organization after the interview and if you care about holding Congress members accountable, maybe you should too.
[1:44] Irvine, California is the site of the 19th Meet the Masters of Income Property Event.
[5:22] Electric vehicles may help eliminate the constant noise that surrounds us.
[7:35] The Consumer Electronics Show proves it is an amazing time to be alive.
[10:13] Why is the inventory on JasonHartman.com so low?
Tom Schatz Guest Interview:
[13:03] CAGW earmarks 5.1 billion dollars in 2016 in the Congressional Pig Book.
[14:32] Before 2008, Congressional members were not required to put their name in Appropriations Bills.
[18:04] Mismanagement of taxpayer dollars is the number one problem with how Congress spends.
[19:50] Trump will give a different perspective to the highest office in the land.
[21:22] Are term limits a solution to pork barrel spending?
[22:42] Transparency helps illuminate the problems in Washington, D.C.
[24:56] How to Get Involved with Citizens Against Government Waste.
Mentioned in This Episode:
Council for Citizens Against Government Waste
Direct download: CW_776_Tom_Schatz_Citizens_Against_Government_Waste_CAGW__Congressional_Pig_Book.mp3
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