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John Nothdurft: States Moving Away From Income Taxes

BTN PODCAST - Nine states have never had an income tax. Now serious moves are afoot in several other states with income taxes to reduce and eventually eliminate them.

Benjamin Domenech: Medicare Fraud

Ben Domenech discuss Medicare’s quarter-billion dollars spent on penis pumps for elderly men, how this is indicative of larger Medicare fraud and how lobbyists perpetuate the system.

Jonathan Butcher: Scholarship Tax Credits

SRN PODCAST - Americans are the most generous givers in the developed world, and research has shown the more a person believes in private enterprise and personal freedom the more likely that person is to give more of his or her income to charity. Jonathan Butcher, education director at the Arizona-based Goldwater Institute, joins the School Reform News podcast to discuss one way individuals and businesses can sponsor a good education for a needy child.

James Taylor: Climategate 2.0

James Taylor, Managing Editor, Environment and Climate News discusses his Forbes column, Climategate 2.0: New E-Mails Rock The Global Warming Debate on the Cari and Rob Show.

Benjamin Domenech: Don Berwick Steps Down

HCN PODCAST - Ben Domenech discuss the departure of Don Berwick from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, his controversial views on government controlled healthcare, and how his legacy will be impacted by the fate of Obamacare.

Bryan Caplan: The Case Against Education

SRN PODCAST - Author and economics professor Bryan Caplan joins the School Reform News Podcast to make The Case Against Education, also the title of his upcoming book. Many educators, particularly college professors, cannot possibly teach students the skills they need for employment, he says, which is a good reason to rethink education subsidies and the push for all students to attend college or even learn the same things. Find Bryan online at EconLog and his personal website.
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