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Climate Change
February 21, 2017
Marc Morano: NOAA Researchers Violated the Agencies Data Quality and Storage Standards Podcast
Decorated National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research scientist John Bates has become a whistleblower, disclosing NOAA scientist violated agency protocols in a rush to publish unverified research for political reasons.
Government Spending
February 20, 2017
Stanley Greer: Right-to-Work Makes Sense (and Cents) for Workers Podcast
Labor unions in right-to-work states can actually have more members than similar organizations in forced-unionism states, as more jobs and higher worker incomes mean more union jobs to go around.
Government & Politics
February 17, 2017
In The Tank (ep76) – U.S. Slips to 17th in Economic Freedom, Bottleneckers, and Bigfoot Podcast
John Nothdurft is back, joining Donny Kendal for episode #76 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s podcast features work from the Heritage Foundation, and the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.

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September 19, 2016
By Michael Hamilton
Dr. Hal Scherz joined Michael Hamilton to explain why establishing a statewide single-payer health care system in Colorado would restrict patient access to quality health care and drive doctors out of the state.
September 16, 2016
By Donny Kendal, John Nothdurft
With all us Heartlanders busy preparing for Heartland's 32nd anniversary benefit dinner, John and I decided this would be a good opportunity to make a best-of episode of the In The Tank Podcast.
September 15, 2016
The interview was broadcasted on WTMJ AM 620 radio in Milwaukee and aired during the 11 AM to 11:30 AM segment.
September 14, 2016
By H. Sterling Burnett
K. Lloyd Billingsley, author and communication’s counsel and policy fellow at the Independent Institute
September 13, 2016
By Teresa Mull
Today's guest is Sally Allen, an award-winning author and faculty member at Post University where she teaches literature, writing, and communications.
September 12, 2016
By Jesse Hathaway
Hathaway says states such as California, Nebraska, and New Mexico have reformed their laws to better protect taxpayers from the abuse of civil asset forfeiture, by removing the economic incentive to seize property first and ask questions later.
September 9, 2016
By Donny Kendal, Jim Lakely
Donny is joined by Director of Communications Jim Lakely in this week's exploration of think tanks across the country in episode #55 of the In The Tank Podcast.
September 8, 2016
Steven Greenhut, senior fellow and western region director for the R Street Institute.
September 7, 2016
By Teresa Mull
On this edition of the Heartland Institute’s education podcast, your host, education research fellow and managing editor of School Reform News, Teresa Mull, spoke to Larry Sand, president of the California Teachers Empowerment Network.
September 6, 2016
By Isaac Orr
How many cows does it take to power a light bulb? As the California Air Resources Board (CARB) considered regulations aimed at reducing methane emissions from California's dairy herd, it's important to ask, how exactly do they plan on accomplishing this?