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Heartland Institute on Tucker Carlson Tonight: Justin Haskins on Mail-in Ballot Problems
October 1, 2020
Justin Haskins discusses mail-in ballot issues on The Tucker Carlson Show on Sept 30, 2020.

October 8, 2020
What is the ideal temperature for life? The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer discusses a report indicating temperatures higher than those found today are most conducive to life!
October 7, 2020
Boston Review author David McDermott Hughes has an interesting answer for the so called climate crisis. We should shut the power off on people just like Zimbabwe! The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer breaks down the most ridiculous article yet on this episode of Climate Realism. Read the original article here:
October 2, 2020
Christina Herrin, government relations manager of health policy, interviews Amber Freed, mother, activist, and founder of SLC6A1 Connect. The prevalence of rare diseases in the U.S. is growing. Nearly 1 out of 10 Americans suffer from a rare disease. For the Freed family and Maxwell her son, time is of the essence to find a cure for SLC6A1. The discussion focuses on rare diseases, finding a cure, and obstacles to bringing new cures to market. LinkedIn o Hashtags/References: @Amber Freed, #SLC6A1, #SLC6A1Connect, #GeneTherapy, #FightLikeAMother, #RareDisease Donate here: Video of our story:…& Facebook o Follow & Tag: SLC6A1 Connect Donate here: Video of our story:…& Instagram o Follow & Tag: Milestones_For_Maxwell o Hashtag: #SLC6A1 #SLC6A1Connect #Ellen Twitter o Follow & Tag: Maxs_Milestones
October 2, 2020
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Justin Haskins, and Jim Lakely are joined by Isaac Orr for episode 263 of the In The Tank Podcast. The ITT crew spends the first half of the episode debating about the debate and how they think Trump did. In the second half, the crew talks about a handful of really important climate change topics from gas-powered-car bans and COVID-inspired climate lockdowns. OPENING CHIT CHAT - The Debate The Heartland Institute - A Modest Proposal About Presidential Debates MAIN TOPIC - Continuing Climate Hysteria Competative Enterprise Institute - California’s Rolling Blackouts Cast Further Doubt on Electric Vehicles’ Future’s-rolling-blackouts-cast-further-doubt-electric-vehicles’-future CotAE - California to Ban the Sale of New Gas and Diesel Cars and Trucks By 2035 Project Syndicate – Avoiding a Climate Lockdown
October 1, 2020
Justin Haskins discusses mail-in ballot issues on The Tucker Carlson Show on Sept 30, 2020.
September 29, 2020
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' climate plan would be environmentally devastating. The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer breaks down why we cannot switch completely over to emissions-free energy. Here's the referenced Harvard study:
September 25, 2020
Heartland's Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, S.T. Karnick, and Samantha Fillmore bring episode 262 of the In The Tank Podcast. We are only a few days from the first Trump v. Biden debate. Are the expectations too low for Biden? Will he even show? In the main segment of the show, the crew talks about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the politics that surround the now vacant seat in the Supreme Court.
September 24, 2020
The media tells us it's the hottest year on record year after year. This isn't true. The fact is, these alarmist claims are built on faulty data. The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer breaks down why reported temperatures are much warmer than reality due to urban heat islands. Read more here: Watch a quick video on faulty weather stations here: Watch a detailed video on the weather stations here:
September 24, 2020
Climate alarmists frequently claim that conventional energy sources such as coal and natural gas receive more from subsidies than renewable energy sources. The data shows that it's the exact opposite. The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer presents how much each energy source receives in subsidies and strikes down the narrative that conventional energy sources receive more.
September 22, 2020
The fight against climate change alarmism is bigger than climate policy. In reality, it's a fight against a socialist takeover of America. The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer provides proof that political elites want to use the climate to bring about socialism.
September 22, 2020
Christina Herrin, government relations manager of health policy, interviews Twila Brase, RN, PHN on COVID-19 related treatments and government red tape limiting options for patients. The discussion focuses on preventative treatment options, a possible vaccine, mask mandates and regulations in Minnesota that are limiting options for patients. These are the best places to find the work they are doing: CCHF Social Media: Facebook: Twitter: “The Wedge of Health Freedom” Social Media: Facebook: Twitter: @WedgeofFreedom Twila’s Social Media Twitter:
September 21, 2020
Today, Certificate-of-need, or CON laws, in 35 states cover a host of health care services and facility expansions. These laws were intended to make health care more accessible. Instead, they have hindered growth and stifled competition in the medical marketplace. As cronyism and anticompetitive practices—which are inherent to CON laws—have ravaged markets in all industries, the health care market is no exception. The negative effects of government overreach are seen in high costs and outdated hospitals and technologies. Unleashing the free market would level the playing field within the health care market while providing more choices to patients. COVID-19 has exposed how outmoded and unneeded regulation, putting lives at risk and kept delivery of health care at the whims of politicians, not physicians. Watch this webinar by The Heartland Institute, a free-market think tank, with guest panelists from FreedomWorks and Institute for Justice, to discuss CON laws and their negative impacts on health care innovation and access. Host: Christina Herrin, The Heartland Instituite Panelists: AnneMarie Schieber, a research fellow, The Heartland Institute Key work: Jaimie Cavanaugh, litigator, Institute for Justice Key work: Josh Withrow, senior policy analyst, FreedomWorks Key work:

Videos for 13 Climate Change Conferences

The Heartland Institute has organized and hosted 13 International Conferences on Climate Change (ICCC) since 2008, the latest in Washington, DC on July 25, 2019.

Videos from all 13 conferences can be viewed here.