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Peter Ferrara Talking Romney and Ryan Budget Plans on Larry Kudlow's Show

Peter Ferrara was a guest on Larry Kudlow's nationally syndicated radio show. They talked about Ferrara's Forbes piece titled "The Election 2012 Prizefight: Paul Ryan's Budget Vs. Barack Obama's," as well as Ferrara's piece for The American Spectator titled "No, Romney Won't Raise Your Taxes $2,000."

Sol Stern: A Conservative Defends the Common Core

SRN PODCAST - While many conservatives have been suspiciously eyeing Common Core education standards because the Obama administration pushed them on states, several support these lists of what children should know in grades K-12 for math and language arts. Sol Stern, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Public Policy and contributing editor to City Journal recently defended the Core on CJ's pages, and joins the School Reform News podcast to go head to head with SRN managing editor Joy Pullmann over his case for them. He argues that the Core pushes school districts to do what they have needed to do for years: adopt a coherent, cohesive, content-based curriculum. But will this hope become a reality?

Benjamin Domenech: Paul Ryan's Policy

HCN PODCAST - Benjamin Domenech on the Paul Ryan pick and the policy and politics of Medicare.

Edward Calvesbert: Puerto Rico Offers Big Incentives

BTN PODCAST - Puerto Rico has instituted some of the most pro-growth tax reforms of any US state or territory, with no tax on passive income for high net-worth individuals, and, to boost exports, almost no tax on business income derived from customers outside the commonwealth. Deputy Secretary Edward Calvesbert discusses the measures.

Patrick Michaels: Global Warming and Human Health

ECN PODCAST - Climate scientist Patrick Michaels announces his study contradicting EPA’s finding that global warming endangers human health and welfare.

Anthony Watts: Heat Biases in the U.S. Temperature Record

ECN PODCAST - Meteorologist Anthony Watts explains the importance of his new research on heat biases in the U.S. temperature record.
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