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Taxes
July 20, 2018
In The Tank (ep149) – Anti-Carbon Tax Coalition, Dues Skimming, Work Requirements Podcast
Donny Kendal and John Nothdurft present episode #149 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s podcast features work from the American Enterprise Institute, the State Policy Network, the Ethan Allen Institute, and the Foundation for Government Accountability.
Climate Change
July 19, 2018
Time to Reject EPA and Tom Steyer (Guest: Daniel Turner) Podcast
States themselves are better suited to protect human health and the environment than the EPA and hypocritical out of state billionaire Tom Steyer.
Government Spending
July 18, 2018
Government Employee Freedom in the Age of Janus (Guest: Michael Schaus) Podcast
Following the Supreme Court’s monumental decision on Janus v. AFSCME, National Employee Freedom Week begins with the most freedom union employees have ever seen.

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March 29, 2018
By Donny Kendal, John Nothdurft
With John Nothdurft out, Government Relations employees Arianna Wilkerson and Charlie Katebi join Donny Kendal to present episode #133 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s podcast features work from The Heartland Institute.
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March 29, 2018
By Bartley J. Madden
Bart Madden, author of Free to Choose Medicine, talks about how implementing the practices he details will provide patients access to life-saving drugs faster at a lower cost.
March 28, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett
A new report from the House Science Committee finds the Russian government attempted to disrupt U.S. energy markets through social media campaigns and funding for environmental groups fighting oil and gas development and transport.
March 27, 2018
By Jesse Hathaway
Georgia state Senator Michael Williams (R-Cummings), a man with a plan to stop the certificate-of-need law game, joins Research Fellow Jesse Hathaway for this episode of the Heartland Daily Podcast.
March 26, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
The Constitutional Soundbites trio discusses the role of the United States judicial branch. Topics include how laws are declared unconstitutional, why judges have life terms, and how the Constitution defines crime.
March 23, 2018
By Donny Kendal, John Nothdurft
John Nothdurft and Donny Kendal present episode #132 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s podcast features work from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Pacific Research Institute, The Heartland Institute, and the Independence Institute.
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March 22, 2018
By Jesse Hathaway, Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.
President Donald Trump has done a lot to reform the federal rule-making process, but what reforms can help roll back the “deep state” and reduce the costs of big government?
March 21, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
In this episode of Constitutional Soundbites, David Shestokas analyzes the role of the president as well as how it differs from what the founders intended.
March 20, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett
Outside interests with funding from billionaire Tom Steyer are pushing a Michigan ballot initiative that forces the state to adopt a 30% renewable energy mandate by 2030.
March 19, 2018
By Lennie Jarratt, Teresa Mull
The United States Supreme Court is hearing a case that could spell the end of forced union dues. Without forcing teachers to pay, teachers’ unions may be on the way out says guest Lennie Jarratt.
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March 16, 2018
By Donny Kendal, John Nothdurft
John Nothdurft and Donny Kendal present episode #131 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s podcast features work from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, and R-Street.
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March 15, 2018
By David Shestokas, Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud
The senate has taken a role the founders never envisioned. David Shestokas, author of Constitutional Soundbites, answers how and why these changes have occurred.
March 14, 2018
By Jay Lehr, H. Sterling Burnett
In late 2017, the government released a Climate Science Special Report written by Obama administration holdovers that eschewed science to hype unfounded fears of human caused climate change.
March 13, 2018
By Jesse Hathaway
The American Cancer Society has altered their position on e-cigarettes from condoning them to viewing them as a boon for public health.
March 12, 2018
By Robert Bradley, H. Sterling Burnett
Recently, voices on the left have expressed concerns towards efforts to restrict fossil fuel usage in the name of fighting climate change as these efforts hurt the poorest hardest.
March 9, 2018
By Donny Kendal, John Nothdurft
John Nothdurft and Donny Kendal present episode #130 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s podcast features work from the Reason Foundation, the Cato Institute, The Foundation for Government Accountability, the Platte Institute, and the Heartland Institute.
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March 8, 2018
By Isaac Orr
To get manufacturing back in the US, energy prices will have to be lowered. For this to occur, fossil fuels must be a major source of energy.
March 7, 2018
By Christopher Talgo, Lindsey Stroud, David Shestokas
Why are House members elected for two year terms, and Why do Senators have six year terms? These questions are answered in the inaugural episode of Constitutional Soundbites.
March 6, 2018
By Jesse Hathaway
Is it just Democrats that want a larger government or is it both parties? Who benefits from a larger government, the people or the bureaucrats?
March 5, 2018
By Rob Natelson
With $20 trillion of debt and continued fiscal irresponsibility, numerous states are moving to amend the constitution and save the federal government from itself.