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Jay Lehr: Will the 2014 Election Results may Effect the Nations Energy Policy

ECN PODCAST - Jay Lehr, The Heartland Institute's science director is optimistic concerning the ability of the new Congress to prevent major new bad environmental and energy legislation from passing. Lehr discusses how the 2014 Election Results may Effect the Nations Energy Policy with Heartland's H. Sterling Burnett.

Nina Burleigh: Midterm Election Reactions

FIRE PODCAST - Jim Lakely, communications director at The Heartland Institute, talks with "left-leaning" investigative journalist Nina Burleigh about various topics including the results of the midterm elections, the economy and politics in general.

Seton Motley: Obama's Latest Net Neutrality Power Grab

ITN PODCAST - Communications Director Jim Lakely sits down with the president of Less Government, Seton Motley, to discuss telecom policy in light of President Obama's recent declaration that he wants the FCC to regulate broadband under Title II as a public utility.

Paula Bolyard: Jock Taxes

BTN PODCAST - Heartland Institute writer Paula Bolyard joins The Heartland Institute’s Budget and Tax News managing editor, Jesse Hathaway, to discuss a lawsuit filed by former Chicago Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer against the city of Cleveland, Ohio. Hillenmeyer is challenging the constitutionality of the city’s “jock tax,” a tax targeted at taxing high-earning specialized professionals such as celebrities and professional athletes.

Isaac Orr: North Dakota Petroleum Council

ECN PODCAST - Research Fellow Isaac Orr discusses his recent trip to the Annual Conference of the North Dakota Petroleum Council with Director of Communications Jim Lakely.

Wayne Crews: Regulation, Tip of the Cost-berg

BTN PODCAST - Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) Vice President for Policy C. Wayne Crews joins The Heartland Institute’s Budget and Tax News managing editor, Jesse Hathaway, to discuss his new working paper, Tip of the Costberg: On the Invalidity of All Cost of Regulation Estimates and the Need to Compile Them Anyway.
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