Episode-1839- Listener Feedback for 8-1-16 — 9 Comments

  1. The automation thing is 100% what I would want to start with or do myself an it might be where I move towards for a business in a hot place like AZ

  2. Don’t count on a tax free Alaska for much longer!
    We’re in the middle of a huge budget crisis since the price of oil tanked. Now the governor is stating that they’re looking at either an income tax or sales tax, or both.

  3. Just wanted to give a thumbs up to Bob Wells Nursery. I ordered a Mulberry and a persimmon tree from him and they’re doing great. Got them quick and in good condition too.
    His prices were WAY cheaper than Fast growing, stark brothers and a couple other places I researched too. Very quick response to my questions on pollination and even picked up the phone while he was out in the field to take my information down. So, if you’re buying trees give him a shot.

  4. In regards to TN, the Hall Income Tax as its called is slated to be phased out over the next six years to 0%. We also passed a constitutional amendment a couple of years ago that prevents any further taxes on income.

    Check with your CPA

  5. Good afternoon. I am a new listener to your show. Excellent podcast. Thank you for all of your valuable information. I wanted to give a tip for your listeners on a book you may, or may not have, heard of. It is by a man named Joel Skousen. His book is ‘Strategic Relocation: North American Guide to Safe Places’. Excellent. Very detailed, and breaks down each state on their advantages and disadvantages. It also includes valuable information on nuclear targets and potential for civil unrest, etc.

    • I had him on for an interview, before I knew he was a certifiable nut case!

  6. Kyle from Call of Doodie’s dad here. I’m trying to see if there’s a way to clip the segment about his business from the show to share on his Facebook page and websites (with all credit given to the source of course). Any ideas?

  7. Another great episode Jack. One minor correction though, I grew up in DC… the Washington Times is a Center-Right paper. The Post is the Liberal one… doesn’t take away from the story at all, just pointing out that the realization that traditional colleges are an endangered species hasn’t dawned on the Left just yet.