Heartland pundits Billy Aouste and Chris Talgo go over the bevy of topics from yesterday's CNN/Des Moines Register debate including trade, health care, environment, and constitutional issues, and of course the Sanders/Warren feud.
Christina Herrin, Director of Free to Choose Medicine with the Heartland Institute discusses the future of healthcare and FDA reform with U.S. Congressman Mark Walker who represents North Carolina's 6th Congressional District.
New Hampshire State Representative James Spillane joins The Heartland Daily Podcast to discuss his legislation which would divert needed funds to programs in New Hampshire to address the opioid epidemic.
Media specialist Billy Aouste and editor and research fellow Chris Talgo discuss recent laws banning activities until the age of 21. These include both smoking and vaping across the nation, and females stripping in Reno, Nevada.
The Heartland Institute's health care policy advisor Sarah Lee interviews Courtney Joslin, resident fellow in commercial freedom at Washington, DC's R Street Institute, on how medical licensing reform can address the shortage in primary care physicians.
Editor and research fellow Chris Talgo discusses the false narrative that countries such as Sweden and Norway are socialist paradises as told by socialist politicians such as Bernie Sanders on The Washington Times program Bold and Blunt with Cheryl Chumle
Michael Cannon, director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute, talks about the health care choices faces voters in the 2020 election and government-run health care doesn't hold a candle to federalism.
Free to Choose Medicine Director Christina Herrin discusses a recent FDA conference that Research Director Edward Hudgins attended where the topic was need to reform the payments system to a more value-based one and putting patients first.
Senior Fellow H. Sterling Burnett appeared as a guest on The John Steigerwald Show in Pittsburgh to discuss a recent plastic bag ban and why it is unnecessary to hamper businesses with such regulation.
Twila Brase of the Citizens Council for Health Freedom says it is time for a new rule that requires health care organizations to get explicit consent in any data sharing arrangement and sent a letter to U.S. Health and Human Services.
Galen Institute and Heritage Foundation Scholar Brian Blase says the Omnibus bill is a lost opportunity to control Obamacare’s runaway costs. Worse, it eliminates a revenue stream to fund the program, the Cadillac tax on higher cost employer health plans.
Increasingly, employers, mainly hospitals, are compelling physicians from signing long-term, restrictive non-compete clauses that go as far as prohibiting them from informing patients if they leave an organization and go elsewhere.
The trio talk about Heartland's trip to Madrid for COP25 and how climate alarmism seems to paint itself into a corner. Later, Donald is joined by economist and senior fellow at the Mises Institute, Bob Murphy, to talk about Modern Monetary Theory.
The Heartland Institute's Climate Reality Forum provided a powerful counterweight to COP 25. Anthony Watts concludes UN climate forums are not about helping the environment but rather about transferring wealth.
The Heartland Institute's health care policy advisor Sarah Lee interviews Jim Martin of the 60 Plus Association on the anti-free-market policy idea of drug price controls to help address the worry over surprise billing.
Seth Myers, president of Air Evac, the largest independently owned and operated helicopter emergency medical service company in the U.S., joins the podcast to discuss how the government is stifling growth.
Kyle Wingfield of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation discusses Georgia's radical new moves to take health care regulation completely out of federal hands and put it under control of the state where it can do more good for the citizens of Georgia.