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Our American Stories
Lee Habeeb
October 17, 2022
On this episode of Our American Stories Stephen Ambrose wrote the definitive biography of Dwight Eisenhower Ike was born in a small rented shack beside the railroad tracks in Denison Texas He was raised in a family of Mennonites fundamentalists in their Christian faith who were also pacifists Support the show https www ouramericanstories com donate See omnystudio com listener for privacy information [... more]
Brian Kilmeade Show
Brian Kilmeade
July 23, 2022
The Fox News Senior Meteorologist stops by to promote her new podcast The very first episode features our very own Brian Kilmeade and they get into some interesting conversation Check it out here https radio foxnews com podcast the-janice-dean-podcast Learn more about your ad choices Visit megaphone fm adchoices [... more]
Family Policy Matters
NC Family Policy
May 25, 2020
This week on Family Policy Matters host Traci DeVette Griggs talks with Marty Lueken Director of Fiscal Policy and Analysis for EdChoice Lueken shares EdChoice's recent report which analyzed much of the existing research on school choice programs nationwide [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
October 09, 2017
High Point plans to move forward with a taxpayer-funded downtown baseball stadium despite concerns from some Guilford County commissioners Julie Tisdale John Locke Foundation city and county policy analyst analyzes the latest developments in the debate over devoting tax dollars to baseball in the Triad city Division and debate cropped up to a greater degree than normal in a recent meeting of the University of North Carolina system's Board of Governors The fractious meeting had been sparked by concerns over the way board leaders and system President Margaret Spellings handled a controversy surrounding the Chapel Hill campus's Silent Sam Confederate [... more]
Carolina Journal Radio
Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai
September 04, 2017
Politically active corporate CEOs have been making news in recent months In some cases the political activism could mean bad news for the corporate bottom line Jon Pritchett John Locke Foundation senior vice president argues in a recent co-authored Wall Street Journal column that corporate shareholders negatively affected by a CEO's activism should be able to take legal action He explains why Critics have been pointing to Kansas in recent years as the poster child for the pitfalls of state-level tax reform But Patrick Gleason director of state affairs at Americans for Tax Reform contends that North Carolina serves as [... more]
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