Nov 21

The left is trying to use the courts to take down the Taxpayer Bill of Rights in Colorado, which would not only jeopardize taxpayer protections around the country, but the ballot initiative process in and of itself. NTUF Director of Research Demian Brady also joins the podcast to discuss their new analysis of the OECD's recommendations to U.S. policymakers. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Nov 13

Just in time for shopping season NTU has commissioned a new study that finds a constant taxpayer nemesis could cost families big time. We also have a special interview with NTU's latest Board Member, Illinois Policy Institute CEO John Tillman. Plus, there's a little extra Outrage in this podcast! 

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Nov 07

It seems like the whole NTU/NTUF staff stops in for this post-election podcast! What ballot measures passed? What can we expect from the new Congress? We have the answers! 

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Oct 31

Every day is scary when you're a taxpayer! On this Halloween episode we review NTU's 2014 Ballot Guide so you're educated on direct democracy before Election Day! Plus, one final NTUF Senate analysis - and the Outrage of the Week is a sequel! 

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Oct 24

NTU Executive Vice President Brandon Arnold discusses the work that lies ahead for the lame duck Congress on Internet tax policy, and the need to pass the Internet Tax Freedom Act. NTU Foundation's Dan Barrett runs down the campaign agendas of Colorado Senator Mark Udall and his challenger Representative Cory Gardner. Plus, an extended Outrage with highlights from the latest Wastebook! 

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Oct 17

NTU Federal Affairs Manager Nan Swift steps in as cohost for this week's busy podcast. Chris Edwards, Cato Institute Tax Policy Director talks about their new analysis of Governors, who earns high marks may surprise you. Plus, NTUF breaks down the spending and saving proposals from Iowa's leading Senate candidates Bruce Braley and Joni Ernst. Plus, Ebola spreads to the Outrage of the Week! 

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Oct 17

NTU Federal Affairs Manager Nan Swift steps in as cohost this week's busy podcast. Chris Edwards, Cato Institute Tax Policy Director talks about their new analysis of Governors, who earns high marks may surprise you. Plus, NTUF breaks down the spending and saving proposals from Iowa leading Senate candidates Bruce Braley and Joni Ernst. Plus, Ebola spreads to the Outrage of the Week! 

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Oct 10

What would a World Health Organization tobacco tax do to American taxpayers? NTUF's Michael Tasselmyer discusses. The fiscal side of dealing with ebola. Plus, the Outrage of the Week!

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Oct 03

Pete & Doug discuss the latest from NTU on corporate "inversions"; what can be gleaned from Lois Lerner's in-depth Politico interview, and State Affairs Manager Lee Schalk has an update, including the EPA Clean Power Plan - why it's deceiving, and how you can help stop it. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Sep 29

Pete & Doug discuss the risks of maintaining our current tax system with NTUF's Michael Tasselmyer, who's authored a new analysis on the subject. Plus, James K. Glassman, former Undersecretary of State and current Visiting Fellow at AEI discusses the situation with G20 membership and why it matters to taxpayers. And, as always, we have the Outrage of the Week! 

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