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With massive amounts of tsunami aid pledged to tsunami-ravaged Southeast Asia, it's not only this country that is starting to look good, but so too are a lot of this country's corporations. Former G.E. CEO Jack Welch explains why that's great news for our companies and legendary business guru, Stephen Covey, says it's even greater news for us.
Remember when media legend Mel Karmazin stopped by after he signed onto Sirius Satellite Radio and said "big things" were coming? We get an idea "how" big when Karmazin pays a return visit.
Plus, while we're boosting our image in Southeast Asia right now, Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa., thinks we need to look north and do the same.
And, does filmmaker Michael Moore have the best idea to save the Democratic Party? Democratic strategist, Bob Beckel, weighs in.
Will an overhaul of the nation's tax code by Congress create an even more complicated system? We'll ask former presidential candidate Steve Forbes if a flat tax is the answer.
And, will the decision by Sen. Barbara Boxer (search), D-Calif., to challenge the results of the Electoral College rattle the markets? We'll get a read from Charles Payne, founder and CEO of Wall Street Strategies; Leigh Gallagher, senior editor of Smart Money, and Kari Bayer Pinkernell, chief U.S. investment strategist at Merrill Lynch.
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