Podcast

California

Steve Greenhut – End of Legislation Wrap-Up

Our guest this week is Steve Greenhut, a fellow at PRI and director of PRI’s upcoming Free Cities Center. Steve is back to discuss the just ended legislative session and the new laws that Californians could see in the books.

California

Deroy Murdock – All Things Politics

Our guest this week is Deroy Murdock, National Review and FOX News contributor.  We have a free-wheeling discussion on all things politics – from President Biden’s recent wins, to the upcoming mid-term elections, to Gov. Newsom’s prospects for higher office.  He also gives his perspective on the state of the Golden State from his vantage point as a former Californian now living in New York City.

Education

Secretary Betsy DeVos in conversation with Lance Izumi

Our guest this week is Secretary Betsy DeVos in conversation with Lance Izumi, senior director of PRI’s Center for Education. Sec. DeVos is author of the new book Hostages No More: The Fight for Education Freedom and the Future of the American Child (Center Street Books). They discuss how we can expand school choice options for every student and parent, how to improve student performance, how to roll back government intrusion into classroom learning, and other key education reform topics.

Business & Economics

What Will Inflation Reduction Act Mean for Health Care, Climate, and the Economy?

Now that it has been passed by Congress, PRI’s top experts join us to discuss what the so-called Inflation Reduction Act will mean for you and your family.

California

Heather Mac Donald – On Crime and Homelessness in California

On this week’s podcast, enjoy a special presentation of PRI’s recent Newport Beach luncheon featuring Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute in conversation with PRI senior fellow in urban studies Steve Smith. Heather and Steve discuss crime and homelessness in the Golden State.

California

Next Round’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

Join Rowena and Tim for a special celebration of Next Round’s 5th anniversary as they take a trip down memory lane reliving some of our most interesting, provocative, and entertaining interviews. They share behind the scenes stories of how the podcast got started, why its name was changed, and the most embarrassing technical foul-ups. Finally, hear their choices for their favorite podcast guests and the most entertaining cocktail recommendations.

California

Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson – Project Homekey

This podcast features a new analysis of Gov. Newsom’s Project Homekey – his plan to alleviate homelessness in the state. Project Homekey, which evolved from the original Project Roomkey, provides taxpayer funds to renovate old buildings or build new ones to house the homeless. PRI senior fellow Wayne Winegarden and PRI fellow Kerry Jackson join forces to evaluate Project Homekey’s effectiveness in permanently helping the homeless off the streets and into safe housing.

Free Cities

Michael Pack – Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words

Our guest this week is Michael Pack, director of the documentary “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words.” His new book of the same name includes comments by Justice Thomas that did not make it into the 2-hour film. We discuss with Michael highlights of Justice Thomas’s early life, the people who influenced his views, his confirmation hearing, and his legacy at the Supreme Court.

Free Cities

Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland – How Federal Bureaucracy Hinder Projects to Reduce Wildfire Risk

With California’s fire season in full swing, Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland, senior research fellows with the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) in Montana, join us to discuss their new paper detailing how bureaucratic federal environmental reviews – much like the California Environmental Quality Act – add delay and …

Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – Soaring Gas Prices

We discuss with Wayne what’s on everyone’s mind – inflation, rising gas prices, a possible recession, and whose to blame. He cuts through all the finger-pointing in Washington and Sacramento and offers ways that will truly help lower prices.

California

Steve Greenhut – End of Legislation Wrap-Up

Our guest this week is Steve Greenhut, a fellow at PRI and director of PRI’s upcoming Free Cities Center. Steve is back to discuss the just ended legislative session and the new laws that Californians could see in the books.

California

Deroy Murdock – All Things Politics

Our guest this week is Deroy Murdock, National Review and FOX News contributor.  We have a free-wheeling discussion on all things politics – from President Biden’s recent wins, to the upcoming mid-term elections, to Gov. Newsom’s prospects for higher office.  He also gives his perspective on the state of the Golden State from his vantage point as a former Californian now living in New York City.

Education

Secretary Betsy DeVos in conversation with Lance Izumi

Our guest this week is Secretary Betsy DeVos in conversation with Lance Izumi, senior director of PRI’s Center for Education. Sec. DeVos is author of the new book Hostages No More: The Fight for Education Freedom and the Future of the American Child (Center Street Books). They discuss how we can expand school choice options for every student and parent, how to improve student performance, how to roll back government intrusion into classroom learning, and other key education reform topics.

Business & Economics

What Will Inflation Reduction Act Mean for Health Care, Climate, and the Economy?

Now that it has been passed by Congress, PRI’s top experts join us to discuss what the so-called Inflation Reduction Act will mean for you and your family.

California

Heather Mac Donald – On Crime and Homelessness in California

On this week’s podcast, enjoy a special presentation of PRI’s recent Newport Beach luncheon featuring Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute in conversation with PRI senior fellow in urban studies Steve Smith. Heather and Steve discuss crime and homelessness in the Golden State.

California

Next Round’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

Join Rowena and Tim for a special celebration of Next Round’s 5th anniversary as they take a trip down memory lane reliving some of our most interesting, provocative, and entertaining interviews. They share behind the scenes stories of how the podcast got started, why its name was changed, and the most embarrassing technical foul-ups. Finally, hear their choices for their favorite podcast guests and the most entertaining cocktail recommendations.

California

Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson – Project Homekey

This podcast features a new analysis of Gov. Newsom’s Project Homekey – his plan to alleviate homelessness in the state. Project Homekey, which evolved from the original Project Roomkey, provides taxpayer funds to renovate old buildings or build new ones to house the homeless. PRI senior fellow Wayne Winegarden and PRI fellow Kerry Jackson join forces to evaluate Project Homekey’s effectiveness in permanently helping the homeless off the streets and into safe housing.

Free Cities

Michael Pack – Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words

Our guest this week is Michael Pack, director of the documentary “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words.” His new book of the same name includes comments by Justice Thomas that did not make it into the 2-hour film. We discuss with Michael highlights of Justice Thomas’s early life, the people who influenced his views, his confirmation hearing, and his legacy at the Supreme Court.

Free Cities

Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland – How Federal Bureaucracy Hinder Projects to Reduce Wildfire Risk

With California’s fire season in full swing, Eric Edwards and Sara Sutherland, senior research fellows with the Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) in Montana, join us to discuss their new paper detailing how bureaucratic federal environmental reviews – much like the California Environmental Quality Act – add delay and …

Business & Economics

Wayne Winegarden – Soaring Gas Prices

We discuss with Wayne what’s on everyone’s mind – inflation, rising gas prices, a possible recession, and whose to blame. He cuts through all the finger-pointing in Washington and Sacramento and offers ways that will truly help lower prices.

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