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What is the Economic Damage of Coronavirus? (Justin Haskins on Tucker Carlson Tonight)
April 14, 2020
Justin Haskins, Executive Editor at The Heartland Institute, joins Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss the economic situation during and after the coronavirus pandemic.

March 9, 2022
Tune in LIVE on this channel every Thursday at noon CT for the stream of the In the Tank Podcast, presented by The Heartland Institute. In this highlight reel from last week's show, host Donald Kendal leads a discussion with Heartland's Justin Haskins, Jim Lakely, and Chris Talgo about Biden's State of the Union address. The Heartland crew corrects his misstatements about COVID, energy policy, inflation, and the economy. They also marvel that Democrats to Biden's left (which is hard to get to) offered their own rebuttal to the president's speech. That has NEVER happened before. Subscribe to this channel, and hit the bell to get an alert when our next show is about to start.
February 9, 2022
The Great Reset is the greatest threat today to the freedoms America was founded upon. Glenn Beck, co-founder of Blaze Media and a leading political commenter fighting against tyranny, credits The Heartland Institute's Government Relations department for the work done helping state legislators prevent ESG scores, a new concept based on the Great Reset, from passing in state governments. Beck and Heartland's Justin Haskins recently released a #1 bestseller on the Great Reset. Find it here: The Heartland Institute's Government Relations team working on this issue are: Cameron Sholty, Samantha Fillmore, Tim Benson, Bette Grande, and Matt Dean.
January 5, 2022
For years, global elites have used every tragedy to push a "Great Reset" of capitalism. Now that COVID-19 panic is fading, these elites are looking for a new excuse to push their agenda. Their solution? Use a simulated cyberattack to push a new, global, digital currency. The problem? Social justice elements may factor into this currency. Justin Haskins joins Glenn Beck to discuss what to expect in the new year.
May 13, 2021
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Nate Myers present episode 294 of the In the Tank Podcast, recorded live at noon CT on Thursday, May 13. The ITT crew talk about America suddenly facing one crisis after another, and talk about how they could (and should) have been prevented. They tackle the unemployment crisis, where (shocker) people getting “stimulus” checks and extended unemployment benefits find sitting at home a better option than returning to work. They talk about the inflation crisis, where (shocker) the government pouring trillions of “free money” into the economy has real-world ramifications. And they talk about the gas crisis, where (shocker) the Biden administration stopping fracking and canceling the Keystone XL pipeline — as well as the Russian hack that crippled the most-important pipeline on the east coast — has a real-world effect on gas prices. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast on Youtube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, iHeart, and wherever you get your podcasts. SHOW NOTES: UNEMPLOYMENT CRISIS? WSJ - Millions Are Unemployed. Why Can't Companies Find Workers? (Video) - Biden on people being paid to stay home Reason - The Jobs Picture is More Complex Than It Seems NPR - Biden: Americans Will Lose Unemployment Benefits If They Turn Down Jobs INFLATION CRISIS? CNBC - Inflation speeds up in April as consumer prices leap 4.2%, fastest since 2008 The Blaze - Bank of America warns of HYPERINFLATION 'at the very LEAST' GAS CRISIS? WaPo - Fuel shortages crop up in Southeast, gas prices climb after pipeline hack Bloomberg - Gasoline Prices Hit $3 as Shortages Grow on Pipeline Outage
February 5, 2021
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Samantha Fillmore are joined by Isaac Orr in episode 280 of the In The Tank Podcast. It seems lately like people who say they are conservative are starting to stray on issues that used to be basic – minimum wage, stimulus payments, and the national debt to name a few. The ITT crew explores this idea, discuss what has caused this, and talks about the path to normalcy (if there is one). Also, they discuss a proposal for the Biden administration to create a “Reality Czar” to police fake news in society – a truly dystopian concept. MINIMUM WAGE News 13 - Florida Bill Would Limit Who Gets $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage Cato Institute – The Distorted Minimum Wage Debate National Bureau of Economic Research – Myth or Measurement: What Does the New Minimum Wage Research Say about Minimum Wages and Job Loss in the United States? STIMULAS AND NATIONAL DEBT WSJ - Welcome to the Era of Nonstop Stimulus Politico - 'We can’t wait': Democrats brace for relief bill battle BIDEN’S REALITY CZAR NYT – How the Biden Administration Can Help Solve Our Reality Crisis National Review – A Biden-Appointed ‘Reality Czar’? Sure, No Way That Could Backfire
December 4, 2020
Heartland Institute Vice President Jim Lakely and Editor Chris Talgo talk about the economic freedom angle of The Great Reset with Darren Brady Nelson, economist for Liberty Works. They talk about how the COVID-19 pandemic has set the table for The Great Reset, which aims to replace free-market "shareholder" capitalism with command-and-control "stakeholder" capitalism. Nelson also touches on the role cryptocurrency might play in thwarting The Great Reset, whether Americans will cede their freedom in the face of this global push, and if it will be imposed more by global corporations than by governments.
April 14, 2020
Justin Haskins, Executive Editor at The Heartland Institute, joins Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss the economic situation during and after the coronavirus pandemic.
September 20, 2019
The event is a part of AFP’s national “Unrig the Economy” campaign, a multiyear, multimillion-dollar effort dedicated to creating a stronger economy by leveling the playing field for all. Americans for Prosperity-Illinois (AFP-IL) is co-hosting an “Unrig the Economy” dinner event with the Heartland Institute in Arlington Heights on September 19, 2019. The policy discussion will focus on why Congress should not bring back tax extenders or reauthorize the Export-Import Bank – two blatant examples of corporate welfare. PANELISTS: Moderator: Brian Costin, Deputy State Director of AFP - IL Russ Latino, Vice President - Economic Development Portfolio at Americans for Prosperity Adam Andrzejewski - CEO & Founder of Frank Lasee, President, Heartland Institute “Illinoisans know better than most [how] government can rig the game in favor of special interests. Often, economic success is decided by political favoritism and who you know. Instead of rigging our economy by picking winners and losers lawmakers should work to create equality of opportunity where everyone is treated the same by federal, state or local government,” said Brian Costin, AFP-IL Deputy State Director. “This event centers on how we can start to create an environment, in Illinois and nationally, where people succeed based on the value they create for consumers rather than hiring the best lobbyists to rig the system in their favor.”
July 12, 2019
Anthony Watts, senior fellow for energy and environment at The Heartland Institute, explains the role of economics in protecting the environment. This is the first video of several that will explain chapters of "Climate Change Reconsidered II: Fossil Fuels," the latest volume from the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC).
September 19, 2018
Heartland Institute Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara was a guest on Fox & Friends on Sept. 19, 2018 to explan why President Trump, and not a whining Obama, deserves all the credit. Ferrara got the call to be on the show becasue of his piece in the Wall Street Journal titled "Why the 'Obama Recovery' Took So Long." See more writing by Peter Ferrara and learn more about The Heartland Institute at the link below.
June 22, 2018
Over America's history, what would be the difference in take-home pay under free-market and progressive economic policies? Robert J. Genetski asked this question, crunched the numbers, and the results will surprise you!
March 23, 2018
Barrack Obama called income inequality the trying issue of our time. Yaron Brook, chairman of the board at the Ayn Rand Institute, completely disagrees. Is income inequality the problem, or is it cronyism and systems the keep the poor from working up the economic ladder?