The live-stream of one track (of two) panel sessions at The Heartland Institute's America First Energy Conference 2018 in New Orleans on August 7, 2018. Feed starts at 9:00 a.m. CT. Go here for the schedule: http://americafirstenergy.org/schedule/
On September 11, delegates from across the country will gather in Phoenix, Arizona at the Arizona Capitol Building for a historical event that could be remembered as one of the first steps toward enacting important constitutional reforms.
The fracking revolution has transformed America into a global energy powerhouse. Yet, the public holds many misconceptions towards the fracking process. Joe Leimkuhler, vice president of drilling at LLOG Exploration, explains the myths and realities of fracking.
In May, Seattle attempted to tax large businesses $275 per employee to deal with their homeless problem. Numerous companies banded together to fight this tax, many of which threatened to leave town.
Instead of treating companies like an ATM, Seattle should cut taxes to promote economic growth, improving overall well being and providing jobs to those in need.
Obama's EPA claimed that any exposure to PM 2.5 would kill people within hours. They then stuck people in a gas chamber with incredibly high concentrations of PM 2.5. Did Obama's EPA try to kill people to justify burdensome regulations? Steve Milloy, founder of junkscience.com, blows open this massive ethical dilemma.
Xcel energy executives want to shut down two affordable power plants so they can charge you billions more in utility bills and add millions to their salaries. Contact the Colorado Public Utilities Commission and tell them not to buy the Xcel lie. Keep the Comanche power plants running!
This video was produced and paid for by The Heartland Institute. https://www.heartland.org/index.html
U.S. Senator Rand Paul joins Heartland Daily Podcast cohosts Jim Lakely and Justin Haskins to discuss what he wants to see in President Trump’s pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. Sen. Paul said his model pick would be another Neil Gorsuch – a surprising answer, considering he’s only been on the high court for two sessions. Sen. Paul also discussed the Supreme Court's recent ruling on unreasonable searches and seizures in the Carpenter v. United States case, which concerned police access to cellphone data.
Lakely and Haskins also talk to Sen. Paul about his support for association health plans – which the U.S. Labor Department earlier this month expanded for small businesses. The new rule will make it easier for small businesses and sole proprietors to band together to purchase health insurance, thereby pooling their resources and greatly increasing their leverage to negotiate better and more-affordable health plans. Dr. Paul (he is an ophthalmologist) said this new Labor Department rule could “lead to a revolution” in the health insurance industry, and may even spell the end of the individual insurance market – which would be a good thing in his eyes.