The Joy Cardin Show

The Joy Cardin Show

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Declining Birth Rate, Retirement Home And Travel Insurance

Tune in for another edition of On Your Money. Financial planner Kevin McKinley examines the financial implications of the declining birth rate. He also discusses why those near retirement may want to think twice about a second home. Plus, he offers advice on buying travel insurance.

Declining Birth Rate, Retirement Home And Travel Insurance

Week In Review: Milwaukee Violence, Trump's ISIS Plan, Transportation Funding And More

Join us for the Week in Review. We discuss the weekend violence in Milwaukee and related fallout, including Donald Trump's pledge to restore "law and order" as president. Our guests also weigh in on Trump's plans for fighting terrorism, a call for a new state transportation funding policy and other top state and national political stories of the week.

Week In Review: Milwaukee Violence, Trump's ISIS Plan, Transportation Funding And More

Why News Organizations Quit The Online Comments Section

The non-profit media organization known as National Public Radio has announced that its online comments feature will be discontinued as of August 23rd. We speak with our guest about the pros and cons of this decision and why more news outlets are relying on social media for audience engagement.

Why News Organizations Quit The Online Comments Section

Tell Joy Where To Go To Get A Burger

Where do you go for a good burger? During Tell Joy Where To Go, we explore the best spots in the state to enjoy a patty, plus talk about the state's love of this food and what makes a good burger.

Why We Need To Build Strong Friendships

A recent study by MIT researchers shows that only about half of our perceived friendships are mutual. Our guest discusses what he thinks is the true meaning of friendship, how it affects us, and why we need strong friendships in our lives.

How Work Has Played A Role In Dating

Is dating dead? Not according to our guest, who found that dating is - and always has been - connected to work. Join us as we explore the history of dating, how it changes along with the economy, and how it came to be the way it is today.

State Capitol Report: Funding Wisconsin's Transportation System

The State Capitol Report continues when we take a look at Wisconsin's transportation funding woes. Republican State Representative Keith Ripp discusses why he says the state needs to consider a variety of options to maintain and build new roads, highways and bridges.

State Capitol Report: Funding Wisconsin's Transportation System

State Capitol Report: GOP Favors Millionaires Over Education, Lawmaker Says

According to the Legislative Fiscal Bureau, the last three Republican budgets have resulted in cuts in state aid for more than 75 percent of public school districts. In this week's State Capitol Report, Democratic State Senator Janet Bewley explains why she says Republican priorities are "out of whack" and that it's time to stop favoring millionaires and voucher school operators.

State Capitol Report: GOP Favors Millionaires Over Education, Lawmaker Says

How To, Like, Stop Saying 'Like' So Much

How often do you or your children use filler words such as 'like' or 'ya know' when trying to get a point across? Our guest communications expert says constant use of fillers is contagious and diminishes the message. We analyze how today's pop culture language affects our daily communication skills and ways to break our verbal habits.

The Politics Of Trump's 'Law And Order' Speech In Wisconsin

On the heels of Milwaukee's weekend riot, Donald Trump pledged as president to restore "law and order," especially in African-American communities. This week on the campaign trail, our guest explains why she says Trump likely didn't win over any black voters with his West Bend speech.

The Politics Of Trump's 'Law And Order' Speech In Wisconsin

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