Jul 03

Interviews with citizen activists from Colorado who defended TABOR successfully, and tax expert Dan Pilla.

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Jun 26

Everything you need to know from Washington's pre-recess hustle! The Supreme Court weighs in on the Burwell case; Trade Promotion Authority heads to the President's desk; NTU State Affairs Manager Clark Packard on a huge tax hike - Plus, Outrage of the Week reigning champ is back! 

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Jun 19

NTU President Pete Sepp discusses his research into the Federal Trade Commission's ever-evolving and expanding role that makes it a quintessential government nanny. NTU State Affairs Manager Clark Packard updates on the latest from the states, and NTUF's Michael Tasselmyer talks Bernie Sanders' trillion-dollar agenda. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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Jun 12

A breaking news alert just adds to this busy podcast featuring SC State Senator Tom Davis discussing his epic filibuster to defeat a gas tax hike. NTUF's Demian Brady updates on Marco Rubio's finances - not those finances! - the federal budget cut kind. Plus, the Outrage of the Week!

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Jun 05

An honored guest joins the podcast this week, California Rep. Tom McClintock talks trade, TPA, TPP, what his colleagues who oppose the current trade agreements are missing and more. Plus, the Outrage of the Week!

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May 29

During her Senate stint, Hillary Clinton sought an average annual spending increase over $226 billion - NTUF's Demian Brady discusses. New NTU State Affairs Manager Clark Packard joins to discuss his efforts to figure out how a National Institutes of Health grant ended up being used outside its stated purpose. Plus, the Outrage of the Week! 

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May 22

American Enterprise Institute Resident Scholar Claude Barfield explains Trade Promotion Authority and the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement that are stirring so much debate in Washington. What's the real story behind these provisions? How does China fit in or not fit in? Those questions and more are answered. Plus, the Outrage of the Week goes oink!

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May 15

An update on Trade Promotion Authority and the NDAA. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) has called on the IRS to explain a potentially illegal deal with an outside law firm. Plus, another Obamacare exchange fails, what does this mean for the ACA - and the Outrage of the Week! 

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May 08

The Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) is causing a stir in Washington, even though it would just simplify the process through which trade deals are approved for a few years. NTUF's Michael Tasselmyer stops by to discuss Presidential retirement perks. Plus, the Outrage of the Week!

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Apr 29

Dan Pilla (taxhelponline.com and author of the new book "How to Win Your Tax Audit" returns to talk about the latest challenges for taxpayers, IRS abuse, the mess Obamacare is creating in the tax system and more. Plus, the Outrage of the Week!

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