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Interview with Steve Effros, president, Effros Communications

In this week's podcast, Steve Effros, president, Effros Communications, a Virginia-based communications consulting firm, speaks with Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of InfoTech & Telecom News, regarding his views on the battle between broadcasters and cable companies over retransmission consent.

After the Hurricane: An Interview with Lisa Snell of Reason Foundation

After the Hurricane: School Reform News Managing Editor Ben Boychuk discusses Louisiana's strides toward educational freedom with Lisa Snell, director of education and child welfare at the Reason Foundation.

Apothecary Host Avik Roy: Thoughts on the Berwick Recess Appointment

On this week's Health Care News podcast, Ben Domenech talks with Avik Roy about the White House's decision to bypass the nomination process of the U.S. Senate to recess-appoint Donald Berwick as head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

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.

Interview with Scott Kahn, editor, MusicPlayers.com

In this week's podcast, Scott Kahn, editor of MusicPlayers.com, a Web magazine for serious musicians, speaks with Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of InfoTech & Telecom News, regarding his views on the Federal Communications Commission’s banning of wireless microphones and instruments that broadcast in white spaces and the 700 MHz spectrum.

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.
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