The King of Stuff welcomes Carol Roth, author of The War on Small Business: How the Government Used the Pandemic to Crush the Backbone of America. Carol is a “recovering” investment banker, entrepreneur, TV pundit and host, and New York Times bestselling author of The Entrepreneur Equation. She has worked in a variety of capacities across industries, including currently as an outsourced CCO, as a director on public and private company boards, and as a strategic advisor. We talk about supply chain issues, empty store shelves, inflation, and everything else going wrong in the Biden era. Are they just “high-class problems?”

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We’re rollin’ in the dough this week with a double dip of interesting business talk.

First up are Thomas Gryta and Ted Mann of The Wall Street Journal who look at the rise and fall of one of America’s iconic companies. In Lights Out: Pride, Delusion, and the Fall of General Electric, Gryta and Mann lay out the consequences that came from believing in the mythology GE created for itself.

Carol Roth is a business advisor, investor, speaker, and author of the New York Times bestseller, The Entrepreneur Equation. She talks tariffs, Thursday’s Supreme Court decision on internet taxes, and the outlook for American businesses during the Trump era. Jon and Stephen then chat about the late, great Charles Krauthammer and, of course, the immigration fallout.

The intro/outro music is “Remember Me” by British Sea Power. Jon’s song of the week is “The Rover” by Interpol; Stephen’s song of the week is “Jump for Joy” by Jake Xerxes Fussell. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

“The business of America is business.” – Calvin Coolidge. When it comes to business, Carol Roth knows the deal. Her resume is extensive so Jay wanted to talk to her about business leadership, the economy, Donald Trump and also what she thinks of Trump’s new economic advisor, Larry Kudlow. She also talks a little sports and more importantly, she discusses her venture called Future File. This is a legacy planning system that she developed so that people can prepare for when loved ones pass away. Be sure to check that out.

Also, Carol talks about the time she had a mic-drop moment on Twitter in 2012 with Piers Morgan.