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Willie Soon: Global Climate

ECN PODCAST - Dr. Willie Soon explains why the sun is driving global climate.

John Nothdurft: Soaring Property Taxes, Soaring Spending

BTN PODCAST - Cook County, Illinois, is the second most-populous county in the nation. Property taxes there have climbed more than twice as fast as price inflation since 2000, with the biggest increases in the suburbs. Even bigger tax increases or municipal bankruptcies are likely unless major changes to local government occur, says John Nothdurft, author of a report on the area's property tax burdens.

RiShawn Biddle: Critiquing The Parent Trigger

SRN PODCAST - High-profile writers and publications have recently written the Parent Trigger needs to change drastically, or that parents can't be trusted with its power. RiShawn Biddle, editor of Dropout Nation and a contributor to the American Spectator, explains why these ideas are foolish, demeaning, and antithetical to school choice. See his recent blog post on the topic.

Robert Alt: Obamacare and the Supreme Court

HCN PODCAST - Benjamin Domenech is joined by Robert Alt of the Heritage Foundation to discuss the Supreme Court’s consideration of Obamacare, how Congressional consideration of a severability clause may play an important role, and how he thinks the court will rule.

Congresswoman Ann Marke Buerkle:

HCN PODCAST - Ben Domenech talks to Congresswoman Ann Marke Buerkle about the conscience overruns of the Obama administration and her plans for a replacement for Obamacare.

Rick Hess: Politicizing Education Research

SRN PODCAST - Is the American Educational Research Association is advancing a political agenda over actual social science? The American Enterprise Institute's Rick Hess thinks so, and joins the podcast to explain why the nation's largest professional education research organization should stop playing politics or stop receiving public funds. Read his blog post on Rick Hess Straight Up for the backstory.
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