Ken Dalecki

Ken Dalecki is the Deputy Managing Editor of The Kiplinger Washington Editors and also covers foreign policy issues for The Kiplinger Washington Letter. He was a founding member of the Washington bureau of the Thomson Newspapers chain. He then joined Congressional Quarterly and headed its newsletter division. Ken was a lecturer on congressional process at CQ seminars for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, has a BA in U.S. European history from Monmouth University and an MA in international communications from The American University. He was a National Endowment for Humanities Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan, and is an award-winning photojournalist, newspaper editor, and contributor to military publications.
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Ken and Jim discuss a number of current economic indicators as well as other topics that will impact small business owners over the next twelve months. In his last interview with Jim as Deputy Managing Editor at Kiplinger, Ken reflects on his 30+ year career as a reporter in Washington, D.C.
Jim and Ken discuss changes to the tax system and other issues in this week's Kiplinger Letter.
Ken joins Jim to talk about after a disappointing GDP report, there's good news that isn't getting a lot of attention.