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Richard McKenzie: Minimum Wage Proponents -- and Opponents -- Both Have It Wrong

BTN PODCAST - Proponents and opponents of higher minimum wages usually argue over the possible impact on the number of jobs. Both sides are focusing on the wrong issue. The biggest impact is reductions to a wide range of paid and unpaid benefits for minimum wage workers, including health insurance, store discounts, free food, flexible scheduling, and job security resulting from higher-skilled workers drawn to the higher minimum wage jobs, says Professor Emeritus Richard McKenzie of University of California-Irvine

Isaac Orr: No Frac Sand for You

SRN PODCAST - Heartland Research Fellow Isaac Orr discusses frac sand in Lansing, Iowa.

Pamela Villarreal: Little Fairness in Marketplace Fairness Act

ITTN/BTN PODCAST - The federal Marketplace Fairness Act, which would force online retailers to collect sales tax regardless of where buyers are located, would be unfair to online retailers, likely to generate far less tax revenue than supporters claim, and cover up the failures of states to enforce "use tax" laws that are already on their books, says Pamela Villarreal of the National Center for Policy Analysis.

Ken Cuccinelli: More Sacrifices to Come in Fight for Religious Liberty

HCN PODCAST - Ben Domenech is joined by Ken Cuccinelli to discuss the Hobby Lobby case before SCOTUS and religious liberty.

Robert Carter: NIPCC Report and Climate Change Misconceptions - Part 2 of 2

ECN PODCAST - Climate Scientist Robert Carter was recently a guest on Truth News Radio Australia. He discusses some of the key findings in the latest NIPCC report and addresses some popular misconceptions about polar ice and climate variability. This is part 2 of 2.

Robert Carter: NIPCC Report and Climate Change Misconceptions - Part 1 of 2

ECN PODCAST - Climate Scientist Robert Carter was recently a guest on Truth News Radio Australia. He discusses some of the key findings in the latest NIPCC report and addresses some popular misconceptions about polar ice and climate variability. This is part 1 of 2.
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