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Michael Lotus: America 3.0 - Part 1

BTN PODCAST - Michael J. Lotus, author of "America 3.0" discusses his new book and the The Coming Reinvention of America. This is part 1 of a 2 part interview.

Travis H. Brown: How Money Walks

FIRE PODCAST - As part of the Heartland Institute’s Author Series, Travis H. Brown discusses his new book, “How Money Walks”. Brown explores how taxing personal income affects economic growth by movement of people in between states and counties.

Matthew Ladner: Demographics to Stretch Education

SRN PODCAST - In a RedefinED post, Matthew Ladner discusses some of his recent research into coming demographic challenges and what they mean for education. Simply put, the United States will have a drastic increase in government dependents, which means greater intellectual and financial demands on future taxpayers and that public services must become drastically more efficient to reduce rising social strife. Ladner is senior advisor of policy and research for the Foundation for Excellence in Education.

Benjamin Domenech: Health Policy Post-Obamacare

HCN PODCAST - Benjamin Domenech talks about health policy post-Obamacare

James M. Taylor: A Year After Sandy

ECN PODCAST - James M. Taylor discusses with host Jim Lakely the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy and the effect global warming has on hurricanes.

Vikrant Reddy: Overcriminalization, Overincarceration: A Conservative Response

BTN PODCAST - Vikrant Reddy of the Right on Crime initiative of the Texas Public Policy Foundation discusses reasons prominent conservative political leaders are shunning the "lock 'em up and throw away the key" approach to crime and embracing a view that the nation has created too many crimes and too many prisoners.
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