Bruno Behrend discusses the genesis of the words "public school country." He goes on to posit that America is, indeed, a public school country. He then proceeds to make the case that it would be best for America if it were to end its support for public education in its current form.
Watch a timely discussion on climate and energy policy. At this event, Isaac Orr, contributor to The Patriot’s Toolbox will expose numerous climate change myths and present innovative energy policy solutions.
Dr. Patrick Moore Ph.D. was one of the co-founders of Greenpeace. After 15 years, he determined the organization had become "anti-human" and had to leave. You can watch the entire speech by Dr. Moore at Heartland's Ninth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-9) at this link. It's fantastic: https://youtu.be/NtcNjoDe5Pg
Dan Proft, host of the morning show on AM 560, talks about why Illinois is the worst place in the United States to own a home. Proft compares Illinois property tax rates with national averages and concludes that you should get the hell out of Illinois!
Are you fed up with Congress? According to a recent Gallup poll, 13 percent of Americans approve of the way Congress is handling its job. Join The Heartland Institute for a timely discussion on term limits: a possible bulwark against corruption, malfeasance, and the sheer incompetence currently entrenched on Capitol Hill.
John Coleman, co-founder of the Weather Channel, takes a moment to address young people and their views on climate skeptics.
Coleman was a distinguished weatherman, co-founder of The Weather Channel, and a climate change skeptic despite mainstream media backlash.
Why do politicians fear the soccer mom? What do soccer moms have against school choice? Former congressman and radio talk show host Joe Walsh discusses this very issue with Heartland Senior Fellow Bruno Behrend in this Flash of Freedom.