This Week's Agenda: Greek Elections, a Federal Reserve Meeting, and the Campaigns

Monday, June 18, 2012

Here are a few predictions for this week: The results of the Greek elections will have an international economic impact, the federal reserve will hold a meeting to determine their policies for the national economy, Mitt Romney will endeavor to reclaim the spotlight after Obama's immigration announcement, and a Democrat-organized performance of the Vagina Monologues on the steps of the Michigan state capital will annoy that state's Republicans.

Callie Crossley is the host of The Callie Crossley Show on WGBH, Boston Public Radio. Charlie Herman is the business and economics editor for our co-producer, WNYC.

Guests:

Callie Crossley and Charlie Herman

Produced by:

John Light

Comments [2]

Charles

In addition to failing to quote state Rep. Lisa Brown correctly, and misstating the reasons that House Republicans thought her comment was offensive; Callie Crossley was simply in error when she suggested that Rep. Brown was "censured." She was not censured.

Jun. 18 2012 08:55 AM
listener

Is public radio actually admitting the President violated his legal authority which he said himself last year he could not do by issuing a decree for pure political reasons so he can maintain power for himself?

Are sexual harassment laws still on the books in Michigan or can those laws be violated for political reasons by the same "progressives" who demanded them?

It is time "journalists" to evaluate how much they have cheapened their profession and misinformed the public in obsessive service to their political conceit?

Jun. 18 2012 08:55 AM

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