Pres candidate promotes Ian Fletcher’s book

Buddy Roemer, former Louisiana governor, is running for president.  He likes Ian Fletcher’s (CPA Senior Economist) book, Why Free Trade Doesn’t Work, and promoted the book in a recent speech.  He also said: “if the trade imbalance problem is not solved we will be a nation in ruins.” Here is…

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CPA featured on the Ed Jones show, KVOR, Colorado Springs, CO

For those who missed the Ed Jones show on Saturday, July 9, 2011, CPA is again posting a link to the podcast.  Three CPA members, Frank Shannon, Dave Anderson, and Charles Blum, discussed jobs, economic recovery, and trade policy.  A reference point for their dicussion was the book, “Death by…

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Thursday, 7/21/11, John McElroy “Autoline Detroit” to feature CPA member and author Thomas Crumm

CPA member and supporter Thomas Crumm is the invited guest this Thursday 7/21/11 on John McElroy’s Autoline Detroit program from 7:00 to 8:00 PM. The discussion is broadcast online and will focus on Tom’s new book “What Is Good for General Motors? – Solving America’s Industrial Conundrum”. Sign on to…

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Petition fro businesses, trade associations, labor unions, and organizations opposing the KORUS FTA

Last week, the House and Senate held “mock mark up” hearings to further passage of the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement.  Many Congressional staff have asserted that they have not heard much opposition to the KORUS FTA despite all of your and our efforts.  Some large organizations that claim to represent…

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CPA is on Facebook!

CPA has a Facebook page!  Click here to see our page that features key posts from our Trade Reform blog, as well as announcements about our events and actions. Please visit us and “like” us for regular updates on our work. Also: tell your Facebook friends about our work! Thanks!

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CPA featured on the Ed Jones show, KVOR, Colorado Springs, CO

Charles Blum (CPA Government Relations Director), Dave Anderson (CPA Colorado member) and Frank Shannon (Co-chair, CPA Colorado Chapter), appeared on the Ed Jones Show on July 9, 2011, for an hour long discussion on jobs, economic recovery and the trade deficit.  Click here to access a recording of the show.

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Photos: CPA members on the Ed Jones Show

Last Saturday, CPA members Frank Shannon and Dave Anderson were guests on the Ed Jones Show, a talk radio program on KVOR in Colorado Springs.  CPA Government Relations Director Charlie Blum was also linked in via phone. Here is a photo taken at the show to prove I’m not lying. …

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CPA: Rejecting Three Trade Agreements are Priority for Congress’ Trade Grades

Press Statement Contact: Michael Stumo, 413-854-2580, June 29, 2011 The following comments may be attributed to Michael Stumo, CEO. The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) board has rated the three pending trade agreements as an opposition priority.  The CPA Trade Grade system will score how Representatives and Senators vote on…

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Tools for the future: Butler manufacturer Penn United pushes to fix trade policy

The following article by Len Boselovic about CPA association member, Penn United Technologies, appeared in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette here. Dave Frengel, Penn United’s Director of Government Relations, is on CPA’s Board of Directors. In between recessions, Penn United Technologies has employed as many as 700 highly skilled craftsmen at…

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WFRN’s 6/14/11 “Buy American Radio Show” featured CPA

CPA Field Coordinator Hal Martin and CPA member Brian Kasselen (Carbis Walker, certified public accounting firm) appeared on Barbara Toncheff’s syndicated “Buy American Radio Show” a segment of the Union Edge Talk Radio show, Brian and Hal discussed CPA’s upcoming Northeast Ohio Economic Summit to be held in September. CPA’s…

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