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Jack McHugh: Way Too Early for Governor to Offer Money to Detroit

BTN PODCAST - Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder recently proposed sending $350 million of state funds to Detroit but provided few details. Jack McHugh of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy explains why, regardless of the details that may emerge, it's way too early for Michigan's political leaders to talk of sending any more money to the city.

Andy Schlafly: Fifth Circuit Hearing Novel Challenge to Obamacare

HCN PODCAST - Andy Schlafly discusses a novel challenge to Obamacare, its progress through the courts and if legal challenges can continue to chip away at the unpopular law.

C. Douglas Love: The Truth About Blacks and the Republican Party

Author C. Douglas Love discusses his book "Logic: The Truth About Blacks and the Republican Party, And Why They Need To Work Together To Improve The Party, The Black Community, And The Country."

Adele Keim: Obamacare’s War Against Religious Liberty

HCN PODCAST - Adele Keim discusses the Little Sisters of the Poor v. Sebelius, Obamacare’s controversial contraceptive mandate and the fight for religious liberty.

Ryan Radia: Verizon vs. FCC and Net Neutrality

ITTN PODCAST - Ryan Radia, Associate Director of Technology Studies at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, discusses the decision in the United States Court of Appeals in Verizon vs. the FCC.

Cory Eucalitto: State Debts Top $5 Trillion

BTN PODCAST - State Budget Solutions has released its fourth annual State Debt Study, which shows state governments actually have $5.1 trillion of debt, far more than the states acknowledge. Cory Eucalitto of State Budget Solutions explains how state governments have used various budgeting and accounting gimmicks to hide the true size of their debts and discusses the implications of such high debt levels.
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