Back from an unwelcome hiatus, and the Washington world has gone haywire! In an extended podcast, Pete & Doug discuss the IRS scandal, and NTUF's pros update on "Obamacare's" cost and the most and least expensive bills out there. And, the Outrage of the Week!
NTUF's Dan Barrett joins Pete and Doug to discuss the latest Taxpayer's Tab issues, plus new polls reveal Americans' lukewarm reaction to ObamaCare and excise taxes for junk foods.
ALEC's Director of Communications and Technology Task Force, John Stephenson, joins the podcast in the studio to talk Marketplace Fairness and its potentially disastrous new taxing powers and impact on state tax competition. Plus the Outrage of the Week!
A rough week, and our thoughts are with those in Boston and Texas. In this week's Speaking of Taxpayers, Pete & Doug discuss NTU's new tax complexity study "A Taxing Trend"; and the trailer for a new documentary on whistleblowers.
Pete and Doug are joined by NTUF's Director of Research, Demian Brady, to discuss the President's 2014 budget proposals. Plus, NTU's State Affairs Manager, Lee Schalk, has an update on cigarette tax schemes.
NTU Vice President of Government Affairs Brandon Arnold chats about his Washington Times op-ed on the U.S. having the highest corporate income tax in the industrialized world for the past year; Pete & Doug cover a slew of taxpayer news items; and the Outrage of the Week!
NTU VP of Government Affairs Brandon Arnold makes his podcast debut to talk about the significance of the Senate's pro Marketplace Fairness Act budget resolution amendment. NTUF's Dan Barrett has some updates on the Eisenhower memorial proposal and the Selective Service; plus the Outrage of the Week!
Expensive private jet travel backed by taxpayers is apparently too enticing for many public officials to pass up, Eric Holder & FBI Director Mueller among them.
In the final installment of our podcast from the CPAC floor, Seton Motley of Less Government stops by to talk important tech issues, and Nick Dranias updates us on big developments on the Balanced Budget Amendment front!
Recorded on the floor of the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), part one of this episode features Chris Preble of the Cato Institute on defense spending, Travis Brown, author of "How Money Walks", Matthew Vadum of the Capital Research Center, and Kelly Jemison of Students for Liberty! Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @NTU!