In this podcast, PRI All-Stars, Rowena Itchon, senior vice president, Lance Izumi, senior director of education, and Tim Anaya, senior director of communications come together to provide their perspective on the California recall election and its defeat. The All-Stars discuss what this means for...

Our guest this week on PRI’s Next Round podcast is Lance Izumi, senior director of education. Lance discusses his upcoming book The Homeschool Boom: Pandemic, Policies, and Possibilities. There’s been a homeschooling boom during the pandemic, as parents have sought ways to improve...

PRI’s podcast guest this week is Corey DeAngelis, executive director of the Educational Freedom Institute, director of research for the National Federation for Children, and a fellow at the Cato Institute and the Reason Foundation. He is interviewed by PRI’s director of the Young Leaders...

Next Round’s guest this week is Pat Nolan director of the American Conservative Union Foundation’s Center for Criminal Justice Reform. Nolan, an author of a chapter in PRI’s new book Saving California, discusses the state’s rising crime problem, “woke” prosecutors, and reforming California’s prison system...

This week’s podcast guest is Adrian Moore, vice president of the Reason Foundation. His areas of research are privatization, government and regulatory reform, transportation, urban growth, and utilities. Dr. Moore discusses his chapter on California’s infrastructure problems in PRI’s new book, Saving California. He...

Next Round’s guest this week is Steven Greenhut, editor of PRI’s new book Saving California: Solutions to the state’s biggest policy problems. Greenhut brings together policy experts, including Wendel Cox, Joel Kotkin, Sally Pipes, and Lance Izumi, to offer policy reforms to tackle the state’s most...

This podcast features William Voegeli, senior fellow at the Claremont Institute and senior editor at the Claremont Review of Books.  Ro and Tim discuss with Dr. Voegeli his recent essay in the Claremont Review on California’s activist government and its crisis of competence....