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Advancing the founding promise of liberty without permission. Limited Government, Free Markets, Strong Families.

Latest Episodes

E30: Life Equality Act

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor talks with Mississippi special needs activist Mika Hartman about the need for the Life Equality Act, which passed the Senate today. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor talks with Mississippi special needs activist Mika Hartman about the need for the Life Equality Act, which passed the Senate today.

--JUN 18
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E30: Life Equality Act

E29: Learn to Earn

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor speaks with Rep. Kent McCarty about the concept behind Learn to Earn. This is innovative legislation McCarty has authored that would expand alternative learning opportunities for students in Mississippi. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor speaks with Rep. Kent McCarty about the concept behind Learn to Earn. This is innovative legislation McCarty has authored that would expand alternative learning opportunities for students in Mississippi.

--JUN 4
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E29: Learn to Earn

E28: Attacks on homeschooling

In this episode of Unlicensed, Corey DeAngelis of the Reason Foundation talks about the recent attacks on homeschooling, why everything opponents of education freedom are saying is wrong, and what the future of education may look like. In this episode of Unlicensed, Corey DeAngelis of the Reason Foundation talks about the recent attacks on homeschooling, why everything opponents of education freedom are saying is wrong, and what the future of education may look like.

--MAY 28
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E28: Attacks on homeschooling

E27: Slashing regulations

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge talks with James Broughel of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University about the regulatory changes we have seen as part of our response to the coronavirus pandemic and where we go from here. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge talks with James Broughel of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University about the regulatory changes we have seen as part of our response to the coronavirus pandemic and where we go from here.

--MAY 5
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E27: Slashing regulations

E26: Most people are good

In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about the good we have seen from individuals and many private businesses during the coronavirus pandemic and the hope we see from the return of sports. In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about the good we have seen from individuals and many private businesses during the coronavirus pandemic and the hope we see from the return of sports.

--APR 10
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E26: Most people are good

E25: Telemedicine

In this episode of Unlicensed, we talk with Josh Archambault of FGA about how many states are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by expanding telemedicine options. Meanwhile, Mississippi is making it more difficult for patients to access the doctor of their choice via telemedicine. In this episode of Unlicensed, we talk with Josh Archambault of FGA about how many states are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by expanding telemedicine options. Meanwhile, Mississippi is making it more difficult for patients to access the doctor of their choice via telemedicine.

--APR 9
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E25: Telemedicine

E24: In these new times, states move to lift rules and regulations

In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about what the coronavirus has meant for Mississippi and the country, how technology has benefited us all, and what states are doing to lift licenses and regulations that make it harder to access healthcare. In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about what the coronavirus has meant for Mississippi and the country, how technology has benefited us all, and what states are doing to lift licenses and regulations that make it harder to access healthcare.

--MAR 20
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E24: In these new times, states move to lift rules and regulations

E23: Live from Oxford

MCPP’s Jon Pritchett and Hunter Estes recordedUnlicensedfrom the campus of Ole Miss this week as they talked about campus free speech, speech codes, and how we can pay college athletes with revenues from sports gambling. MCPP’s Jon Pritchett and Hunter Estes recordedUnlicensedfrom the campus of Ole Miss this week as they talked about campus free speech, speech codes, and how we can pay college athletes with revenues from sports gambling.

--MAR 6
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E23: Live from Oxford

E22: The unofficial millennial study commission

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge chats with special guest and friend of the movement Anja Baker about a bill that would create a millennial study commission while providing their thoughts on what the state can do to stem the tide of a shrinking population. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge chats with special guest and friend of the movement Anja Baker about a bill that would create a millennial study commission while providing their thoughts on what the state can do to stem the tide of a shrinking population.

35 MINFEB 26
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E22: The unofficial millennial study commission

E21: Talking Medicaid expansion with Nic Horton, research director at FGA

In this episode ofUnlicensed, MCPP’s Steve Wilson interviews FGA Research Director Nic Horton about Medicaid expansion and what it would really mean for the state. In this episode ofUnlicensed, MCPP’s Steve Wilson interviews FGA Research Director Nic Horton about Medicaid expansion and what it would really mean for the state.

19 MINFEB 21
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E21: Talking Medicaid expansion with Nic Horton, research director at FGA
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Latest Episodes

E30: Life Equality Act

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor talks with Mississippi special needs activist Mika Hartman about the need for the Life Equality Act, which passed the Senate today. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor talks with Mississippi special needs activist Mika Hartman about the need for the Life Equality Act, which passed the Senate today.

--JUN 18
Comments
E30: Life Equality Act

E29: Learn to Earn

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor speaks with Rep. Kent McCarty about the concept behind Learn to Earn. This is innovative legislation McCarty has authored that would expand alternative learning opportunities for students in Mississippi. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Jameson Taylor speaks with Rep. Kent McCarty about the concept behind Learn to Earn. This is innovative legislation McCarty has authored that would expand alternative learning opportunities for students in Mississippi.

--JUN 4
Comments
E29: Learn to Earn

E28: Attacks on homeschooling

In this episode of Unlicensed, Corey DeAngelis of the Reason Foundation talks about the recent attacks on homeschooling, why everything opponents of education freedom are saying is wrong, and what the future of education may look like. In this episode of Unlicensed, Corey DeAngelis of the Reason Foundation talks about the recent attacks on homeschooling, why everything opponents of education freedom are saying is wrong, and what the future of education may look like.

--MAY 28
Comments
E28: Attacks on homeschooling

E27: Slashing regulations

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge talks with James Broughel of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University about the regulatory changes we have seen as part of our response to the coronavirus pandemic and where we go from here. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge talks with James Broughel of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University about the regulatory changes we have seen as part of our response to the coronavirus pandemic and where we go from here.

--MAY 5
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E27: Slashing regulations

E26: Most people are good

In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about the good we have seen from individuals and many private businesses during the coronavirus pandemic and the hope we see from the return of sports. In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about the good we have seen from individuals and many private businesses during the coronavirus pandemic and the hope we see from the return of sports.

--APR 10
Comments
E26: Most people are good

E25: Telemedicine

In this episode of Unlicensed, we talk with Josh Archambault of FGA about how many states are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by expanding telemedicine options. Meanwhile, Mississippi is making it more difficult for patients to access the doctor of their choice via telemedicine. In this episode of Unlicensed, we talk with Josh Archambault of FGA about how many states are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by expanding telemedicine options. Meanwhile, Mississippi is making it more difficult for patients to access the doctor of their choice via telemedicine.

--APR 9
Comments
E25: Telemedicine

E24: In these new times, states move to lift rules and regulations

In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about what the coronavirus has meant for Mississippi and the country, how technology has benefited us all, and what states are doing to lift licenses and regulations that make it harder to access healthcare. In this episode of Unlicensed, Brett and Hunter talk about what the coronavirus has meant for Mississippi and the country, how technology has benefited us all, and what states are doing to lift licenses and regulations that make it harder to access healthcare.

--MAR 20
Comments
E24: In these new times, states move to lift rules and regulations

E23: Live from Oxford

MCPP’s Jon Pritchett and Hunter Estes recordedUnlicensedfrom the campus of Ole Miss this week as they talked about campus free speech, speech codes, and how we can pay college athletes with revenues from sports gambling. MCPP’s Jon Pritchett and Hunter Estes recordedUnlicensedfrom the campus of Ole Miss this week as they talked about campus free speech, speech codes, and how we can pay college athletes with revenues from sports gambling.

--MAR 6
Comments
E23: Live from Oxford

E22: The unofficial millennial study commission

In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge chats with special guest and friend of the movement Anja Baker about a bill that would create a millennial study commission while providing their thoughts on what the state can do to stem the tide of a shrinking population. In this episode of Unlicensed, MCPP’s Brett Kittredge chats with special guest and friend of the movement Anja Baker about a bill that would create a millennial study commission while providing their thoughts on what the state can do to stem the tide of a shrinking population.

35 MINFEB 26
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E22: The unofficial millennial study commission

E21: Talking Medicaid expansion with Nic Horton, research director at FGA

In this episode ofUnlicensed, MCPP’s Steve Wilson interviews FGA Research Director Nic Horton about Medicaid expansion and what it would really mean for the state. In this episode ofUnlicensed, MCPP’s Steve Wilson interviews FGA Research Director Nic Horton about Medicaid expansion and what it would really mean for the state.

19 MINFEB 21
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E21: Talking Medicaid expansion with Nic Horton, research director at FGA
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