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Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – How Will Tax Reform Impact California?

PRI’s Senior Fellow in Business and Economics Wayne Winegarden joins us to explore how various tax reform ideas could impact the tax burdens of Californians. He also discusses his study on how to move America’s economy “Beyond The New Normal” of low annual growth rates.

Business & Economics

Is 2017 The Year for Tax Reform and Spending Cuts?

CNN contributor and noted free-market economist Steve Moore joins us to talk about the Trump effect on the U.S. economy, and what the prospects look like for achieving tax reform and federal spending cuts this year.

Featured

Will Obamacare Finally Be Repealed and Replaced?

PRI President and CEO Sally Pipes gives her thoughts about what’s next for the efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, and the move toward a single-payer system in California. Later, she shares her favorite wine with listeners – a French rosé that is going through a Hollywood divorce.

California

Will Sacramento Finally Address California’s Housing Crisis?

PRI’s Kerry Jackson, author of Unaffordable talks about free-market solutions to California’s housing crisis and whether lawmakers will finally act on housing legislation this year.  In Last Call, we hear the real life experience of a Bay Area college professor who is trying to buy a house in expensive Marin County.

California

Fight On State Election Changes

Southern California Republican Assemblyman Matthew Harper joins us at his Sacramento office to talk about USC Trojans football, his bill to increase transparency in bond spending, and how Sacramento is undermining fair elections in California.

Education

What’s Next for California Education

Former teacher, Democrat Assemblyman, and Assembly Education Committee Chairman Patrick O’Donnell of Long Beach joins Tim Anaya at the State Capitol to talk about the state of California education, including STEM education, career tech, and the potential for classroom technology.

California

Giving Rural California A Bigger Voice

Republican Assemblyman James Gallagher of Yuba City joins us at his Sacramento office to talk about the Oroville Dam emergency, building California water storage, and his proposal to give the North State a bigger voice in California politics.

Education

The Corrupt Classroom

Lance Izumi talks about his new book The Corrupt Classroom, revealing how bias, indoctrination, violence, and social engineering show why America needs school choice.

Business & Economics

Can We Live In Freedom In A Floating Paradise?

Joe Quirk of the Seasteading Institute joins us in San Francisco to talk about the audacious vision of building floating cities, where everyone is creative, prosperous and free. Ben Smithwick also joins us to talk about PRI’s Young Leaders Circle.

Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – How Will Tax Reform Impact California?

PRI’s Senior Fellow in Business and Economics Wayne Winegarden joins us to explore how various tax reform ideas could impact the tax burdens of Californians. He also discusses his study on how to move America’s economy “Beyond The New Normal” of low annual growth rates.

Business & Economics

Is 2017 The Year for Tax Reform and Spending Cuts?

CNN contributor and noted free-market economist Steve Moore joins us to talk about the Trump effect on the U.S. economy, and what the prospects look like for achieving tax reform and federal spending cuts this year.

Featured

Will Obamacare Finally Be Repealed and Replaced?

PRI President and CEO Sally Pipes gives her thoughts about what’s next for the efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, and the move toward a single-payer system in California. Later, she shares her favorite wine with listeners – a French rosé that is going through a Hollywood divorce.

California

Will Sacramento Finally Address California’s Housing Crisis?

PRI’s Kerry Jackson, author of Unaffordable talks about free-market solutions to California’s housing crisis and whether lawmakers will finally act on housing legislation this year.  In Last Call, we hear the real life experience of a Bay Area college professor who is trying to buy a house in expensive Marin County.

California

Fight On State Election Changes

Southern California Republican Assemblyman Matthew Harper joins us at his Sacramento office to talk about USC Trojans football, his bill to increase transparency in bond spending, and how Sacramento is undermining fair elections in California.

Education

What’s Next for California Education

Former teacher, Democrat Assemblyman, and Assembly Education Committee Chairman Patrick O’Donnell of Long Beach joins Tim Anaya at the State Capitol to talk about the state of California education, including STEM education, career tech, and the potential for classroom technology.

California

Giving Rural California A Bigger Voice

Republican Assemblyman James Gallagher of Yuba City joins us at his Sacramento office to talk about the Oroville Dam emergency, building California water storage, and his proposal to give the North State a bigger voice in California politics.

Education

The Corrupt Classroom

Lance Izumi talks about his new book The Corrupt Classroom, revealing how bias, indoctrination, violence, and social engineering show why America needs school choice.

Business & Economics

Can We Live In Freedom In A Floating Paradise?

Joe Quirk of the Seasteading Institute joins us in San Francisco to talk about the audacious vision of building floating cities, where everyone is creative, prosperous and free. Ben Smithwick also joins us to talk about PRI’s Young Leaders Circle.

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