The Talk of Connecticut
 
Show Rundown for Thursday, June 23, 2016
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TIM ALBERTA (Political analyst and chief political correspondent at the National Review) Donald Trump on Wednesday laid into Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, calling her a "world-class liar" and accusing her of cashing in on her Wall Street and other connections. Trump also took aim at Clinton on trade, and argued that her foreign policy is in part responsible for the creation of the Islamic State terrorist group.

Professor DAVID CADDEN (Professor emeritus at the Quinnipiac University School of Business) Connecticut received a grade of an ‘F’ overall for small business friendliness.

Dr. JOHN DUNCAN Ph.D. (Pioneer in preventive cardiology and Analyst on Disease Prevention) The federal government's decision to update food labels last month marked a sea change for consumers: For the first time, beginning in 2018, nutrition labels will be required to list a breakdown of both the total sugars and the added sugars in packaged foods. The shift came after years of urging by many nutrition experts, who say that excess sugar is a primary cause of obesity and heart disease, the leading killer of Americans.

LENNOX CORNWALL (Business coach, speaker and author of "Embracing Failure: Your Key to Success") “Hiring the right people to advise you and support your goals on the campaign trail or in the board room is a critical component to success,” says Business Consultant, Lennox Cornwall.

ED LYON (IRS and tax analyst) After ripping off the elderly and immigrants, con artists put together a new twist on an old scam to trick college students into thinking they need to cough up cash to cover a "federal student tax." No such thing. No one owes any money for a "federal student tax" because there is no such tax. But the crooks are using the term anyway to scare people to pay up.

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