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Bruce Cooper: Religious Charter Schools?

SRN PODCAST - A growing number of publicly-funded charter schools have attempted to divine the line between church and state as they offer Jewish, Muslim, Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, animist, and other religious curriculum, explains Bruce Cooper, a professor of education at Fordham University. He discusses with SRN Managing Editor Joy Pullmann the complexities and implications of this growing trend.

David Logan: "Buffett Rule" Tax Would be Revenue Bust

BTN PODCAST - Economist David Logan says raising taxes on millionaires and billionaires would have negligible impact on the federal budget deficit and national debt. He also explains why it would reduce jobs-producing investment.

Obamacare’s Definition of “Affordable” Could Add Billions to Taxpayer Burden

Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech discuss the murky definition of “affordable” healthcare plans in Obamacare, how it may impact the average American family and the massive increase in cost to taxpayers.

Lindsey Burke: No Child Left Behind

SRN PODCAST - More than a decade after the No Child left Behind Act was originally passed, the House of Representatives just took the first steps to reauthorize it. Lindsey Burke, policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation discusses the context of the bill and the implications of its passage.

Tom Harris: Flaws in Al Gore's latest movie

ECN PODCAST - International Climate Science Coalition executive director Tom Harris discusses flaws in Al Gore's latest movie.

Kelly Cobb: California Lawmakers Try to Shut Out Voters

BTN PODCAST - Kelly Cobb of Americans for Tax Reform describes the backdoor political machinations California lawmakers are engaging in to stop the state's citizens from being able to vote on an Internet and catalog sales tax measure -- and on how the measure could produce the opposite result lawmakers want.
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