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Government, John Stossel, and the TSA
January 16, 2018
John Stossel gives his thoughts on the TSA. For the full video, visit:

April 20, 2018
At a Heartland Institute event, James O'Keefe spills the beans on the mainstream media. O'Keefe highlights the differences in propaganda between totalitarian regimes and democratic republic countries. O'Keefe also highlights CNN's abuse of the Russia story through the use of hidden cameras!
April 5, 2018
Matt Kibbe, president of Free the People, discusses the two primary rules of Libertarianism. Kibbe explains what makes a society free as well as the dangers of losing that freedom.
March 28, 2018
If there's one our past teaches us, it's that the darkest periods of modern history begin with confiscating civilians guns.
February 19, 2018
Check out the best moments from great US presidents!
January 16, 2018
John Stossel gives his thoughts on the TSA. For the full video, visit:
December 9, 2017
Tune in to learn about the history and significance of the U.S. Constitution. Best-selling author and Fox News commentator Nick Adams will host a lively and informative discussion about constitutional rights.
July 19, 2017
The 10th Annual Free Market Road Show brings together leading business people, outstanding scholars, and policy experts to discuss the aftermath of two historic events in the United Kingdom and United States.
November 18, 2016
Donald Trump shocked the world. He’s the next president of the United States. Our country – and our politics – may never be the same. Watch AM 560 hosts Dan Proft and Joe Walsh, Illinois Opportunity Project's Kathleen Murphy and Pat Hughes, and the Heartland Institute's Jim Lakely break down the 2016 election.
August 30, 2016
Elizabeth Allin Clarke, a long-time political and social activist, educator, American patriot, and resident of Lake Forest, Illinois, passed away on July 2 at the age of 98. On Saturday, August 20, 2016 we held a memorial service in celebration of her life.
July 28, 2016
Conservatives engaged in Wisconsin political debates have endured pre-dawn home raids, dozens of subpoenas and a smear campaign conducted by Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm and his allies. O’Keefe led the effort to terminate the assault by defying a secrecy order and taking the story to the Wall Street Journal. He then organized several lawsuits against the prosecution team. Recently O’Keefe has engaged in reviewing Republican party history and rules. He will be happy to take questions about the Wisconsin fights and the Republican party nomination process.
July 26, 2016
Emily Zanotti, Jon Henke, and Lachlan Markay speak at a CPAC 2016 panel sponsored by The Heartland Institute titled "Darker Money: How Leftist Billionaires Have Built a Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy" on Thursday, March 3, 2016.
May 12, 2016
Together let’s rethink environmental objectives, align incentives with goals, and affirm the notion that human beings are an integral part of the natural order. In 1934, former U.S. Forest Service official Aldo Leopold, godfather of the modern environmental movement, wrote that “restrictive laws” had “largely failed” in their mission to conserve America’s forests, rivers, and other natural resources. Less than 40 years later, however, as various events pushed environmental concerns into the public spotlight, lawmakers from both parties championed legislation far more sweeping and restrictive than any Leopold had witnessed. How well did these “restrictive laws” work to right environmental wrongs? Why did so many miss the mark? And how should we go about improving our policies?