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Randolph J. May: Stockholm Syndrome

ITTN PODCAST - In this week’s podcast, Randolph J. May, president, The Free State Foundation, speaks with Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of Infotech and Telecom News, on Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Robert McDowell’s speech given in Stockholm, Sweden, last week.

Senator Tom Coburn’s Plan to Save Medicare

HCN PODCAST - Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the debt and Tim Geithner's potential exit from Obama's cabinet. Then Senator Tom Coburn joins us to talk about his plan to reform Medicare.

Dr. Willie Soon: Temperatures Fluctuations

ECN PODCAST - Dr. Willie Soon discusses his new research showing the sun is primarily responsible for recent temperatures fluctuations.

Christian Schneider: Milwaukee Vouchers

SRN PODCAST - Christian Schneider, a senior fellow with the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, comes aboard to talk Wisconsin's crazy politics of late and its influence on the Milwaukee vouchers expansion just passed through the statehouse.

Mario Loyola: Challenging the Constitutionality of Obamacare’s Medicaid Expansion

HCN PODCAST - Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Mario Loyola, from the Institute of Policy Studies, to discuss the court challenge of Obamacare's expansion of Medicaid.

Andrew Moylan: Cut, Cap, Balance

BTN PODCAST - The Congressional Budget office has released a report that says if things don't change, the national debt could total more than the entire national economy by the end of the decade and be nearly twice as big as the economy 15 years after that. Andrew Moylan of the National Taxpayers Union tells us how the "cut, cap and balance" proposal aims to solve the problem in the short-, medium- and long-term.
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