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Jenni White: Oklahoma Lawsuit Against Replacing Common Core

SRN PODCAST - Just days after Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed a law repealing and replacing national Common Core curriculum and test mandates, the state board of education she appoints sued the legislature over it. The board says it's their job, not the legislature's, to decide what kids learn and how to measure it. Jenni White, co-founder of Restore Oklahoma Public Education, joins the podcast to explain what's happening, whether the board has its head on straight, and what's next in the battle to return control over curriculum back to Oklahoma.

Isaac Orr: EPA Carbon Rules

ECN PODCAST - Heartland Research Fellow Isaac Orr debunks the EPA's claims about their new carbon Dioxide regulations.

Mark Thornton: The Drug War Drives Child Migrants to the US Border

BTN PODCAST - This nation's war on drugs extends beyond the United States borders into many other countries, including Mexico and Central America. As a result, unaccompanied children from Mexico and Central American countries are now pouring across the border into the US, says economist Mark Thornton, who has spent many years studying the consequences of government prohibitions on alcohol, drugs and other items.

Marita Noon: Ninth International Conference on Climate Change

ECN PODCAST - Marita Noon, executive director for Energy Makes America Great, discusses the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change on the Conservative Commandos Radio Show.

Elizabeth Clark: 96 Years Young Part 2

Elizabeth Clark, age 96, discusses the incredible changes the world has experienced over the past 90 years with Heartland friend Joe Morris. In part two of this two-part series, Clark discusses how education has changes over the years.

Elizabeth Clark: 96 Years Young

Elizabeth Clark, age 96, discusses the incredible changes the world has experienced over the past 90 years with Heartland friend Joe Morris. In part one of this two-part series, Clark walks listeners through her travels throughout Asia in the 1930s and personal challenges she has struggled with in her near-century long life.
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