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Andrew Moylan: Cut, Cap, Balance

BTN PODCAST - The Congressional Budget office has released a report that says if things don't change, the national debt could total more than the entire national economy by the end of the decade and be nearly twice as big as the economy 15 years after that. Andrew Moylan of the National Taxpayers Union tells us how the "cut, cap and balance" proposal aims to solve the problem in the short-, medium- and long-term.

Peter Guiliani: Should nonlawyers own law firms?

FIRE PODCASTS - Law firm management consultant Peter Guiliani, a partner at Smock Law Firm Consulting, is on this week's FIRE podcast to talk with host Arin Greenwood about a recent lawsuit challenging rules that prohibit nonlawyers from owning law firms.

Naheed Bleecker: Parenting and Education

SRN PODCAST - Naheed Bleecker, a self-described libertarian "tiger mom" from Wisconsin, comes aboard to discuss parenting with high expectations for kids

Maureen Martin: Wisconsin Court Correct to Uphold Unions Bill

BTN PODCAST - The Wisconsin Supreme Court has overturned a ruling that blocked a bill to restrict the power of government unions to collectively bargain and to give workers the freedom to opt out of government unions. The Heartland Institute's Maureen Martin, who lives in Wisconsin, says the ruling was also a slap at the lower-court judge who intervened before the legislation was made final.

Erik Knutzen: Urban Homestead

FIRE PODCAST - This week's FIRE podcast features urban homesteader Erik Knutzen, who blogs about urban homesteading at Root Simple, and co-wrote The Urban Homestead (Expanded and Revised Edition)

Scott Cleland: Why You Can't Trust Google

ITTN PODCAST - In this weeks podcast, Scott Cleland, chairman, Netcompetition.org, speaks with Bruce Edward Walker.
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