Wednesday on the Morning Zone
7:07AM MST: Our Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski, is back.and will talk with host Dave Chaffin about the House of Representatives vote today on a GOP bill that would let the Treasury add more money to the nation’s $16.4 trillion debt until May — and President Barack Obama won’t oppose the bill, a spokesman said on yesterday.The Republican measure would leave the borrowing limit in place through May 18, allowing the government to borrow money to pay its credit obligations until then, The Washington Post reports.The measure staves off yet another blistering battle between the GOP and the White House — this time, over the debt ceiling — but it requires the Democratic Senate to pass a budget or members’ paychecks will be held in escrow starting on April 15.
7:37AM MST: Michele Steinberg-Fact or Fiction? What Senator Graham Really Knows about Bengazi.
8:07AM MST: Anya Peterson from Wyoming Wyoming Entreprenuer,biz, will have two guests joining her by phone. Candace Klein -Candace is an attorney by education and has been at the forefront of the crowdfunding movement. She is the owner of Bad Girl Ventures, a micro-finance site, and SoMoLend, a crowdfunding site, and an expert in the field. She is currently working with Washington in guiding the SEC regulation that will begin to serve as oversight in the crowdfunding process. She will share with us the direction crowdfunding is going and how small business owners/entrepreneurs should prepare to take advantage of this funding source. Also, Penny McBride, Co-Founder, Vertical Harvest, in Jackson Hole – Penny specializes in strategic planning for environmentally based projects. Past and present projects include LEED for Homes consulting, residential energy modeling, commercial green building consulting, organic waste diversion feasibility studies and program implementation. Penny holds a Master’s in Environment and Community from Antioch University with an emphasis on collaboration and systemic program planning. Penny is an equity owner of Vertical Harvest and will also serve as the Operations Manager. Penny and her co-founder developed a winning pitch for Kickstarter, a crowdfunding site, in the past few months and reached 120% of their goal – a total of $36,270. She will share how they chose Kickstarter to raise funds and the process to reach that winning outcome. http://www.kickstarter.com/
9:07AM MST: Open Lines…Your opportunity to be our guest and choose your topic. Call in toll free at 1-888-503-6500 or locally at 307-632-6500 or 632-3323.
9:37 MST Jon Green….KGAB’s digital cowboy