Can one person save the world? Jim Ziolkowski thinks so and he tells us how in his new book, Walk in Their Shoes: how one person can save the world. Jim left a lucrative career in finance to work in developing countries and poor US neighborhoods, building schools and revitalizing communities. Today he directs BuildOn, which works in 6 countries building schools and in 73 high schools in the US, A remarkable 94% of children who go through its US programs graduate from high school and go on to college.
Dave Johnson, Senior Fellow at the Campaign for America's Future and a Fairness Radio commentator from the very beginning, joins us for the last time for a discussion of a corporate tax idea that solves a lot of problems - getting rid of the foreign tax deferment. Don't know what that is? Dave will explain it at 2:30 pm ET..
Today is the last broadcAst of Fairness Radio, the M-TH political talk show. But Music Friday, the Friday show of Fairness Radio, will remain at its time 11 am PT/2 pm ET and interview musicians and film directors who document music and musicians.