President Obama wants more troops in Afghanistan, but the US presence is increasingly unpopular. So is a corrupt and ineffective government. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, we hear about the challenges of shifting the focus on terror from Iraq to South Asia. Also, other states are poaching California's manufacturers, venture capitalists and executive talent. We hear how the budget crisis has become a lure, and why the cash crunch won't be over even if a new budget gets passed.
Will Local Talent Flee California's Financial Mess?
From this Episode:
Budget Deal Looks Likely, but End to State's Cash Crisis Does Not
By the time you hear this, the state legislature may or may not have corralled one, final Republican vote for a new budget full of tax increases and program cuts. But...
Colorado's Valentine to Lure Companies from California
The Wall Street Journal's reporting that Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Utah are telling corporate executives, venture capitalists and manufacturers to relocate outside of...