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Amber Gunn: Word Games With Washington Income Tax Proposal

Amber Gunn discusses a November ballot measure to impose a graduated income tax on high-income earners in the state -- and the supporters' attempts to call it an excise tax to get around the state constitution's prohibition against such a tax.

Talk Radio Show Host Mark Levin Cites Heartland on Berwick Nomination

The White House announced the evening of July 6 that President Barack Obama was bypassing the nomination and Senate confirmation process and installing Donald Berwick as head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services with a recess appointment. This, says Ben Domenech, managing editor of Health Care News, is "An act of unconscionable hubris." National radio talk show host Mark Levin agreed, played audio clips of Berwick’s praising of the British health care system.

The Blob vs. Reform: An Interview with Greg Forster

School Reform News Managing Editor Ben Boychuk interviews Greg Forster of the Foundation for Educational Choice.

Businessman Francis Cianfrocca: Deficits, Commissions, and Obamacare

Businessman Francis Cianfrocca talks with Benjamin Domenech about deficit commissions in Washington and the latest Congressional Budget Office report on Obamacare, which shows little or no positive results for deficits despite the White House's promises.

Jake Haulk: Rendell's Wrong About Saving Teachers' Jobs

Allegheny Institute President Jake Haulk joins us to discuss efforts by politicians to shield teachers and other state and local government workers regardless of the economy or other factors that indicate a need for layoffs or adjustments in pay and benefits.

Scott Armstrong: Forecasting Problems for Global Warming Alarmists

Forecasting expert Scott Armstrong, Ph.D., professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, discusses problems in forecasting methods used by global warming alarmists.
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