At 6:10 AM (with possible return at 9:10 AM), I'll talk with Jennifer Dunn of TaxJar.com, a company which helps online retailers comply with collecting sales tax from the thousands of taxing jurisdictions around the country. One thing I wonder: What's her company's position on the current case before the Supreme Court on whether states should be allowed to require all online sales to collect sales tax (for buyers who are in states which have sales tax)? [NOTE: I am working on a way to get a discount on TaxJar services for my listeners and should have more information on that for you soon.]
At 8:06 AM, we'll be joined by the great economist Steve Moore to talk about the latest "Rich State, Poor State" report and what it suggests about Colorado's economic future: http://www.richstatespoorstates.org/states/CO/
I'll also ask Steve how he thinks his good friend Larry Kudlow is doing so far as President Trump's chief economic advisor.
At 7:06, David McPherson joins us to tell us about a fun event for a great cause this weekend in northern Colorado:
Sooooo many great "I've been Wondering" questions from listeners yesterday and I'm going to try to answer a lot of them, including whether Kim Jong Un's haircut is a traditional DPRK thing, or what?
Also, why does the water in your toilet move when it's windy outside?
And where does helium come from?
Menu of state-approved haircuts at North Korean hair salon. Choices include half-moon style, butterfly style, crystal style, wave style pic.twitter.com/vC2hs6fMNr— Jonathan Kaiman (@JRKaiman) April 16, 2017