VISIT: https://www.heartland.org/pandemonium-paris to learn more about The Heartland Institute's trip to Paris Dec. 1-10 for the United Nations' COP-21 climate conference.
It's a debate launched decades ago in an attempt to change the course of society. For nearly a decade, the Heartland Institute has been integral in adding scientific skepticism to the debate over global warming and pushing for pragmatism during a time of dire predictions. Join us in Paris on Monday, December 7 at 9 a.m. to hear from champions of science and policy, and to learn more about the truth concerning climate change.
Sen. James M. Inhofe on January 21, 2015 used the latest Heartland Institute global warming flier to make a point on the Senate floor about the lack of consensus on what is causing climate change. Get the poster yourself here: http://heartland.org/crisis-or-delusion
Heartland Institute Policy Advisor David Applegate and DePaul University professor Kathleen Arnold react to President Obama's executive amnesty order. A president doesn't get to say to Congress: "You didn't do what I wanted, so I get to do it."
Heartland Policy Advisor David Applegate discusses the constitutionality of President Obama's executive actions on immigration policy (amnesty) on Your World with Neil Cavuto. The interview took place on November 18, 2014.
On September 12, 2014, at its 30th Anniversary Benefit Dinner, The Heartland Institute presented M. Stanton Evans with its 2014 Heartland Liberty Prize “for his outstanding contributions in the battle for freedom.” Nearly 500 people attended the event.
Moderator: John Nothdurft
Bob Williams, Sen. Phil Berger, Daniel Pilla
As more states see their revenues begin to recover, many are faced with the question of whether to restore spending cuts or cut taxes to help encourage continued economic growth. Many other states still face a precarious fiscal situation in large part due to unfunded pension and other liabilities for public employees. This panel will look at how states are facing these budget and tax issues.