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Understanding Wildfires - Willie Soon, Ph.D.
September 14, 2020
Willie Soon, Ph.D. explains what's going on with wildfires. From DDP 38th Annual Meeting, August 15, 2020, Las Vegas, NV

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 The negative effects of government overreach are seen in high costs and outdated hospitals and technologies.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:
September 18, 2020
The media constantly tells us there's a consensus that climate change is anthropogenic and catastrophic. Barrack Obama tweeted something similar. Well, do scientific bodies agree? The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer highlights that the scientific community does not agree with the media. There simply is no consensus.
September 18, 2020
The Heartland Institute’s Jim Lakely, Justin Haskins, and Cameron Sholty fill out episode 261 of the In The Tank Podcast. After discussing the cratering “woke” NFL ratings, the ITT crew talks about two “slips of the tongue” by Kamala Harris and Joe Biden that reveals what we’ve all suspected: Their roles on the ticket are actually reversed. They also debunk the attacks by Biden and California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who falsely blame the wildfires in the West on “climate deniers.” SHOW NOTES OPENING CHIT CHAT NFL ratings in Week 1 tank because fans are sick of social justice shoved in their faces in every aspect of life. A HARRIS/BIDEN ADMINISTRATION? A slip of the tongue? Ricochet, Jon Gabriel: The Harris-Biden Administration Video clip BIDEN CALLS TRUMP A ‘CLIMATE ARSONIST’ Politico: American Spectator: Video clip Biden #1 Video clip Biden #2 CA GOV. GAVIN NEWSOM ATTACKS CLIMATE DENIERS Climate Realism: Climate Realism: Climate Realism: Video clip Newsom #1 Video clip Newsom #2 [Please subscribe to the Heartland Daily Podcast for free on iTunes at this link.]
September 17, 2020
The media often claims ocean acidification is a huge problem. Is this true? The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer breaks it down. Read more:
September 16, 2020
The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer destroys the claim that global warming is leading to mass migration from southern states to northern ones. Read more here:
September 15, 2020
The Left calls us climate deniers purely because we're against draconian policies like the Green New Deal. Here's the truth. They want to lump you in with Holocaust deniers. The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer breaks down the Left's tactics and explains what it means to be a climate realist.
September 14, 2020
When questioned about the wildfires in California, Nancy Pelosi gives one of the least-convincing takes I've ever seen.
September 14, 2020
Willie Soon, Ph.D. explains what's going on with wildfires. From DDP 38th Annual Meeting, August 15, 2020, Las Vegas, NV
September 11, 2020
The Heartland Institute's Donald Kendal, Justin Haskins, and Jim Lakely are joined by Isaac Orr in episode 260 of the In The Tank Podcast. After discussing the role of climate change alarmism in 2020, the ITT crew dissects a recently released "War Games" report about the 2020 presidential election. The simulation predicts chaos in the streets, constitutional crisis, and even the potential secession of states ... but only if Trump wins. OPENING CHIT CHAT Climate Alarmism in 2020. NO ONE seems to care anymore. Anyone notice a change of strategy or anything? ELECTION 2020 "WAR GAMES" USA Today - Election 2020: 'War games' on Trump vs. Biden race show risk of chaos Transition Integrity Project - Preventing a Disrupted Presidential Election and Transition Axios - Dem group warns of apparent Trump Election Day landslide
September 9, 2020
You'll regularly hear in the media that meat production is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. How true is this? Is methane released from cow farts and burps really contributing to a climate crisis? The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer presents data from the EPA to answer this question. For media requests, email For more, check out:
September 8, 2020
The mainstream media frequently parrots the claim that sea-level rise is accelerating greatly and will bring catastrophic consequences. The Heartland Institute's Andy Singer smacks down the mainstream media claims in the newest Climate Realism video. Key Takeaways: 1. Global sea level has been rising since at least the mid-1800s, and data show there has been only minor recent acceleration. 2. NASA satellite instruments, with readings dating back to 1993, show global sea level rising at a pace of merely 1.2 inches per decade. 3. Isolated locations with more accelerated sea level rise reflect local conditions, such as tectonic plate movement and withdrawing underground freshwater reserves, rather than climate change. 4. Human civilization successfully dealt with sea level rise utilizing nineteenth and twentieth century technologies, and it will be able to adapt to rising sea levels even more successfully in the coming decades by utilizing twenty-first century technologies. For media requests, email