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Better Club, Better Events ;-)

Pizza magnate Papa John stops by the Ferrari Capital Club to take part in the festivities and discussion at our Sunset event…hoping some of that success rubs off on me 😉 And thinking of a new slogan “Better Club, Better Events 😉

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Hotels Booked for the Holiday!!

The numbers are in…

There’s no room left at the Hampton Inn Naples-Central.

The 107-room hotel off U.S. 41 is packed like an overstuffed suitcase for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, with most of its visitors driving from other parts of Florida, especially the east coast.

“We expect craziness, craziness — too many families, too many kids, too many tournaments,” said a jovial Priscilla Dias, the inn’s general manager.

The craziness shouldn’t come as a surprise. AAA forecast a record number of Americans — nearly 43 million — would travel for the holiday weekend that started Thursday and ends Monday.

See rest of article in NDN:  Naples Hotels Packed

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The Trump Interview: How to Fix the Economy

The Trump Interview: How to Fix the Economy | Daily Ticker

By Aaron Task | Daily Ticker – Wed, Oct 19, 2011 11:05 AM EDT

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Herman Cain has his 9-9-9 plan.

Mitt Romney has his 59-point plan.

Ron Paul wants to cut $1 trillion from the federal budget and President Obama is trying to push his new jobs plan.

Donald Trump isn’t a sitting politician or running for office, although many Americans wish he were. Still, the real estate mogul and TV personality most assuredly has some ideas on how to fix the economy.

Donald Trump’s plan rests on three main ideas:

Get Tough on China: Trump says the U.S. should impose at least a 25% tariff on Chinese goods in response to what he calls their currency manipulation and unfair trade practices. Although China holds over $1.1 trillion of U.S. Treasuries, “we have all the power,” Trump says. “If we stop doing business with them, they will go into a depression the likes of which you have never seen…and we’d create a lot of jobs.”

Stop the Outsourcing: Beyond China, nations big (like India) and small (Colombia) are taking advantage of America, Trump says. “I like free trade but it’s got to be fair [trade]. It can’t be the way it’s been.”

Rebuild America: Lamenting the state of America’s roads, bridges and airports vs. those in the world’s emerging economies, Trump breaks with Republican orthodoxy and endorses big infrastructure spending. “I’m talking common sense,” he says. “Our country has to rebuild itself.”

In keeping with his out-sized personality, Trump wants America to be more muscular and reassert itself on the world stage.

“We’re not a respected country [anymore] we’re not a leader,” he says. “We used to take advantage of everyone else — those days are gone. Everyone else is taking advantage of us.”

Stay tuned for additional segments from The Daily Ticker’s exclusive interview.

Aaron Task is the host of The Daily Ticker. You can follow him on Twitter at @atask or email him ataltask@yahoo.com