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Bill Wilson: After the Debt Debate, Much Work to Do

BTN PODCAST - Bill Wilson of Americans for Limited Government discusses the fallout from the recent raising of the debt ceiling and what needs to be done to bring government spending and debt under control.

Benjamin Domenech: Obamacare unconstitutional

HCN PODCAST - Benjamin Domenech discusses the recent appeals court ruling that President Obama's healthcare law requiring Americans to buy health insurance was unconstitutional.

Herb Walberg: How States and Districts Can Innovate During Budget Crises

SRN PODCAST - Herb Walberg, distinguished visiting scholar at the Hoover Institution, joins Managing Editor Joy Pullmann to outline his new report, "Achieving More, Spending Less." He explains the myriad options schools and districts have to do more with less in an era of budget crunches.

Todd Myers: Eco-Fads

ECN PODCAST - Todd Myers of the Washington Policy Center explains how eco-fads are harming the environment.

Greg Forster: Command and Control Education Reform

SRN PODCAST - Reformers take many approaches, says Greg Forster of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, and among the most dangerous is misusing science in pursuit of political power. He talks with SRN Managing Editor Joy Pullmann about two blog posts outlining his thoughts about this form of intellectual corruption and its implications for education policy and American culture.

Naomi Schaefer Riley : Is It Time to End Professor Tenure?

SRN PODCAST - Author Naomi Schaefer Riley thinks universities should stop giving professors tenure, and makes her case to Managing Editor Joy Pullmann. The two discuss academic bloat, government subsidies, and the idea of "college for all," as well as how professor tenure exacerbates the worst tendencies of academia.
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