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Sterling Burnet: CO2 and EPA Regulation, What's Next?

Sterling Burnett, senior fellow for the National Center for Policy Analysis, discusses the prospects for carbon dioxide legislation and EPA regulations.

Looming Health Care Vote Spells the End of Hope and Change

As the dangerous outcomes of the Democrats' health care overhaul become apparent, Benjamin Domenech, managing editor of Health Care News, says the president may well come to regret this moment when he chose political expediency over what's right for the nation.

Interview with Legal Analyst Maureen Martin

Is the Slaughter strategy constitutional? How about the individual mandate? Will the Supreme Court rule on these issues, and when? Today we're talking to Maureen Martin, senior fellow for legal affairs with The Heartland Institute, on the latest podcast from Health Care News, at healthpolicy-news.org.

Interview with Florida state Rep. Bill Proctor

In this week's podcast, Florida state Rep. Bill Proctor talks with Arin Greenwood about why he introduced a bill that would allow Florida property insurers to set rates without first getting state approval.

CES Episode 7: Interview with Carl Gipson, Washington Policy Center

James G. Lakely, managing editor of InfoTech & Telecom News, interviewed Carl Gipson, director for small business, technology, and telecommunications at Washington Policy Center, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Willie Soon, Ph.D.: Humans Not to Blame for Global Warming

Dr. Willie Soon, one of the world's most knowledgeable experts regarding the sun's influence on the Earth's climate, explains why humans are not creating a global warming crisis.
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