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).
The first Deep Dive of the In The Tank podcast from The Heartland Institute. Lennie Jarratt, our resident education policy expert, joins host Donald Kendal in our new TV studio to discuss the history of public education in America, teachers unions, and a plethora of school choice options.
Live recording of episode 198 of the In The Tank podcast. We cover the "student loan forgiveness" plan spearheaded by Elizabeth Warren, Medicare for All, and the Nike Colin Kaepernick fiasco.
FINANCES AND COLLEGE DEBT
Heritage Foundation – No, Your Student Loans Should Not Be Forgiven
Heritage Foundation – Why College Costs Are Out of Control
Axios – Debt-ridden Millennials are taking out Loans to Pay for Weddings
HEALTH CARE / M4A
Manhattan Institute – When Government Sets Hospital Prices: Maryland’s Experience
Pacific Research Institute – ‘Medicare for All’ Is a Trap for Businesses and Employees
The Sun – War of Wards: NHS beds crisis ‘critical’ as more sick Brits left stranded in hospital corridors last month than at the height of winter
Reason – Betsy Ross Is Canceled
The Heartland Institute's Justin Haskins challenged any Democratic presidential candidate to debate the science of climate change at the Heartland Insitute's upcoming 13th International Conference on Climate Change on July 25, 2019 in Washington, DC.
In The Tank episode #196. Learn the top 5 facts you should know about climate alarmism.
This episode also features a snippet of an interview with Michael Malice, host of "Your Welcome" and author of "The New Right: A Journey to the Fringe of American Politics."
Higher education in America is in crisis. Costs are too high, learning is too little, and the financial payoff to students and taxpayers is often abysmal. In Restoring the Promise: Higher Education in America, Richard Vedder documents how this precarious situation was fostered by the expansion of government involvement in the academy, especially at the federal level.
Dr. Vedder vividly examines the nature of and solutions to such issues as tuition and other costs; public funding and governance; curricula; free speech and academic freedom; political correctness; due process; admissions; student loans; and much more. His reform agenda is equally comprehensive as he urges ending discrimination against for-profit schools; ending grade inflation; ending speech codes and other barriers to academic freedom; ending affirmative action and related diversity programs; ending or revising federal student financial aid; instituting three-year degrees and year-round instruction; and providing earnings data on former students for extended periods after graduation.
The most-important gathering of scientific opponents of #climate alarmism this year. Our 13th International Conference on Climate Change #ICCC13 in DC on July 25. Get your ticket today. https://climateconference.heartland.org/
Heartland Editorial Director Justin Haskins reacts to Bernie Sanders' big speech on socialism on Tucker Carlson Tonight on June 13, 2019.
Justin explains why Bernie Sanders' ideas don't make any sense. His real goal is to confiscate wealth from producers and give it to people who will vote for him. Says Tucker: "I don't think you'll go broke on that theory."
Heartland's Donald Kendal and Justin Haskins are joined by Isaac Orr and Jim Lakely in episode #195 of the In The Tank Podcast.
Featured in today's podcast is work from The Heartland Institute, the RAND Corporation, Reason Foundation, and the Brookings Institution.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wants a $4,500 pay raise from her current $174,000 yearly salary. Justin Haskins joins Tipping Point With Liz Wheeler to explain why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez campaigns for socialism while enriching herself.
The Tradeoff Evaluation Drug Database (TEDD) is a crucial aspect of Free to Choose Medicine that allows patients and doctors to judge if the benefits from a new drug exceeds the benefits from an approved drug and is worth the risk. For this to work, patients and doctors would need relevant, up-to-date information about drugs in the Free to Choose Medicine track. This real-world data would be accessible on the internet through a Tradeoff Evaluation Drug Database, or TEDD. TEDD would store anonymous patient experience in real time and enable that information to be accessible for doctors, patients, and researchers alike. Free To Choose Medicine's TEDD enables patients to achieve life-changing, or even life-saving, treatment results not otherwise available.