Author C. Douglas Love visits The Heartland Institute on Jan. 16, 2014 to talk about his book "Logic: The Truth About Blacks and the Republican Party, And Why They Need To Work Together To Improve The Party, The Black Community, And The Country."
Dan Pilla, one of the nation's leading defenders of taxpayers against IRS abuse spoke to an audience at the Heartland Institute about "Ten Principles of Federal Tax Policy," the title of his booklet for The Heartland Institute and chapter in The Patriot's Toolbox. Recorded: Nov. 14, 2013.
Dr. Keith Locktich of the Ayn Rand Institute in Irvine, California interviews two members of the NIPCC team -- Dr. Robert Carter and Dr. S. Fred Singer -- and Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast about the publication of "Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science." The event took place on Oct. 8, 2013. For more information on the NIPCC report, visit ClimateChangeReconsidered.org
Land of Lincoln, Thy Wondrous Story is the first new history of Illinois in more than forty years. Colorful characters, scandals, and unsung heroes come alive in this new book. Author Mark Rhoads presents a comprehensive and unique perspective on the history of the United States and its 21st state.
In America's Way Back, Devine not only reveals where things went wrong, and why, but also points the way to reclaiming America's freedom, prosperity, and creativity. The solution lies in a new "fusion" of traditional and libertarian thought.
Henryk A. Kowalczyk presented an engineer's approach to our immigration crisis. By looking at the history of our immigration policy, he explained how mistakes made about a hundred years ago, and never corrected, weigh on our current immigration problems. (October 2, 2013)
On October 10, 2013, Dr. S. Fred Singer, Dr. Robert Carter, and Heartland Institute President Joe Bast were guests on The Roger Hedgecock Show. They discussed the findings of the new 1,000-page report — including the state of the ice caps, sea level rise, and being called "deniers" by the media, and left-wing activists.
On September 18, 2013, Rush Limbaugh cited research by The Heartland Institute and the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) in a discussion about global warming. He pointed out that "skeptics" have a wealth of scientific research to dispute the claim that human activity is having a disastrous effect on the Earth's climate. Read more about what Rush was talking about at ClimateChangeReconsidered.org.