PJM Political 12/18/10: ObamaCare on the Ropes?
Host and Vodkapundit Stephen Green talks with Sen. Orrin Hatch on the future of ObamaCare and the Democrats' lame duck machinations. Plus Glenn Reynolds, Peter Suderman of Reason magazine, Zo Rachel, Scott "Scrappleface" Ott, and more!
December 19, 2010 - 12:41 am
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Join host Stephen Green of VodkaPundit.com for a look at DC and beyond:
- Steve interviews Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) on the machinations of Congress and the Senate this past week and the recent judicial decision against President Obama’s healthcare reforms.
- Glenn Reynolds talks with Peter Suderman of Reason magazine about ObamaCare, the Courts, and the Law of Unintended Consequences.
- Taken from PJTV’s weekly Trifecta show, Steve Green, along with Alfonzo Rachel and Scott Ott of Scrappleface discuss the “No Labels” movement, the new centrist/center-left competitor to the Tea Party, and for the flipside, Steve talks with retired Navy aviator Frantz Kebreau about why he joined the Tea Party, and why his pro-freedom speeches have been blocked.
- Allen Barton of PJTV talks with Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute, and Terry Jones of Investor’s Business Daily on “Hauser’s Law” and how it impacts DC budget planning with William Kurt Hauser, the San Francisco investment economist who postulated in the 1990s that “No matter what the tax rates have been, in postwar America, tax revenues have remained at about 19.5% of GDP.”
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
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