In the latest episode of AEI’s Banter Podcast, AEI economist Andrew Biggs comes into the studio to discuss all things entitlement reform. Andrew marshals his extensive knowledge of the subject to put into perspective the current unsustainability of entitlement spending, possible sources of reform, and how reforming entitlements is an imperative to help the disadvantaged. We also discuss public sector unions in the wake of Wisconsin. This being the fifth part (Stu, is that right?) of our Road to Freedom series, we also focus the discussion on just how entitlement reform can help maximize individual choice.
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On the 50th episode of AEI’s podcast, Banter, we sit down with AEI scholar Michael Greve to talk about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. We go over the week’s proceedings in the Supreme Court, the prospects of the court overturning the individual mandate, and the looming questions surrounding Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion. Michael brings is deep legal knowledge to help not only describe the major issues, but give an accurate assessment for the laws future prospects.
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