On this week’s episode Larry talks about small businesses and why they tend to fail.
Larry starts the episode welcoming his daughter onto the show. Next he goes right into discussing how government fails to help small business due to bribes by big business. Larry goes on to outline several things New York State needs to do to start helping small businesses: 1) stop pushing out new industry, 2) simplify the tax code, 3) keep out of the wages discussion between the workers and their employees, 4) fix the writing and legislation that is written by big businesses, and 4) make business that want to only sell locally have to deal with less restrictions. Larry talks about how he wants to eliminate the state income tax in four years time. Larry welcomes our first caller, Larry. They go on to discuss the necessary balance between small, medium, and big business.
Larry welcomes our next caller, Johnny and they talk about zero tolerance policy, its unforeseen shortcomings, and copyright related to store rights. Next Larry talks about his views on vaping and the possible twenty-one age limit, and minimum wage. Next, Johnny calls in and they discuss the criminal justice system, the war on drugs, and the problem with the current state of the police department.
Larry opens the segment discussing how he’ll need 3500 signatures to make it on the ballot. Next he goes into fracking and drilling and that each county should decide whether or not they want to have it. Larry moves on to discussing the red flag law and its implications, specifically gun laws.
Larry welcomes our next caller, Nolan and they discuss the future possibility of debates between the various candidates. Larry goes on to rehash his stance on the gun control issue. The next caller is Dave, and he asks for a clarification on Larry’s stance on his small business and how small local business who only sell in New York would not have to deal with federal regulatory restrictions. Next Larry welcomes Jamie and they discuss the possibility of a Republican and Democratic primary. Larry closes the show thanking his audience and asking for support.
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