What We’re Watching – October 4


Tim Anaya – How One Irish Family Transformed Their 4 Bedroom Home into an 89-Room, 4-Star Resort
This week, I returned from a two week tour of England, Scotland, and Ireland. At our final destination in Limerick, I had the opportunity to stay at the Fitzgerald Woodlands Hotel and talk with the founder Mary Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald tells her story of transforming their four bedroom house into a bed and breakfast. The family all moved into one room, while guests took the other 3 bedrooms. Today, Fitzgerald has built her family-owned business into an 89-room, 4 star resort – complete with spa and an organic farm. The hotel is located right near where the 2026 Ryder Cup golf championship will take place. I couldn’t help but think that Fitzgerald would probably never have been able to achieve her dream in California, amidst the myriad regulations and taxes.

Kerry Jackson – Is California Left with no Solution for the Homeless Crisis?
Fox host Stuart Varney is on to something with his observation about why the left seems indifferent to California’s homeless crisis.

Evan Harris – Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines at the Economic Club of Washington, D.C.
Ed Bastian talked to the Economic Club of Washington D.C. about his role as the head of Delta Airlines, as well as competition, costs, and deregulation in the airline industry.

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