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Collin Hitt: Illinois Has Gone from Bad to Worse

Illinois' Democrat lawmakers sent the state's income tax soaring, wiping out nearly the only competitive advantage the state has had, says Collin Hitt of the Illinois Policy Institute.

Interview with Helen Clary

This week's guest is Helen Clary, director of employee benefits for Alper Services, talking with host Arin Greenwood about how employers are reacting to anticipated mandated changes to employee benefits, and how present government policies may be leading to a single payer system.

John C. Goodman: What comes next for the Congress

Benjamin Domenech talks to guest John C. Goodman, president and CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis, about this week's vote to repeal Obamacare and what comes next for the Congress and the states.

Interview with Bartlett Cleland, Director of the Center for Technology Freedom, Institute for Policy Innovation

In this week's podcast, Bartlett Cleland, Director of the Center for Technology Freedom, Institute for Policy Innovation, speaks with Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of InfoTech & Telecom News, regarding the FCC's approval of the NBC Universal/Comcast merger.

James Taylor on the Steve Malzberg Show

James Taylor, talks about the new federally mandated light bulb we'll all have to be using soon, with Steve Malzberg of WOR radio in New York.

Jonathan Williams: Census Figures Prove What We've Been Saying

The 2010 Census figures show that states with the fastest population growth and best economic performance are those with low taxes, no personal income taxes, right-to-work laws, and other policies that lay a light hand on businesses and individuals. The laggard states are those with high taxes and a heavy regulatory hand. Economist Jonathan Williams of the American Legislative Exchange Council explains.
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