This week, TPA speaks with Lorenzo Montanari of the Property Rights Alliance about their Property Rights Index and a coalition letter to Congress and President Trump on Intellectual Property. Later, TPA President David Williams joins the show to talk about a new website highlighting government broadband failures.
This week, TPA begins the year by welcoming Dan Mitchell of the CATO Institute to the first podcast of 2017 to discuss tax reform and border adjustment. Later, TPA President David Williams joins the show to talk about TPA's 2017 issue brief to Congress, titled Roadmap to Fiscal Sanity.
This week, TPA President David Williams sits down for extended conversation. First, to discuss TPA's 2016 Festivus celebration! Then a review of 2016 for taxpayers and what's in store for 2017.
This week, TPA is honored to welcome back Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma to discuss the release latest edition of his wasetbook, Federal Fumbles. Later, we're joined by Sterling Burnett of the Heartland Institute to discuss another nuclear bailout, this one in Illinois.
This week the podcast looks at TPA's 2016 Taxpayer Turkeys and later, an update from the Empire Center on New York's Nuclear Bailout!
This week, the podcast hosts an extensive and fascinating discussion with TPA President David Williams and Tech Freedom's Evan Swarztrauber on how the FDA can reduce regulations and encourage innovation in the harm reduction space.
This week, TPA's podcast looks at some energy and tax initiatives on the ballot around the country. First, a Solar measure in Florida, and later a Tobacco tax increase in Colorado!
This week, TPA President David Williams discusses the thirty-year anniversary of the Tax Reform Act of 1986; later, two discussions about tax increases on the ballot in Colorado and North Dakota.
This week, TPA President David Williams talks about the crony nuke bailout from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo; later, Jared Meyer of the Manhattan Institute joins the show to discuss the sharing economy
This week, TPA President David Williams talks about the possibility of a Lame Duck session of Congress and why that's bad for taxpayers; later, you'll hear TPA's Michi Iljazi interviewed by Mike Ostrolenk on defense spending.