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August 13, 2020
Economists Concerned About Climate Change Don’t Support Extreme Policies
Climate Change Weekly #369
Government & Politics
August 10, 2020
Imagine Returning to Normalcy
One should not blame sophisticated and well-funded activists for wanting to use the current situation to push their agenda, however far-fetched it may seem.
Government & Politics
August 10, 2020
Shutdowns Yet Again Demonstrate: Our Internet Works – and States’ Big Government Doesn’t
The coronavirus shutdowns have acutely and starkly highlighted the differences between Big Government states and Less Government states.
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Climate Change
August 6, 2020
Biden’s Climate Plan Would Put Us on the Road to Serfdom
Climate Change Weekly #368
Environment
August 6, 2020
Heartland Institute Experts React to Court Ruling Keeping Dakota Access Pipeline Open
‘There is a safety benefit in keeping the pipeline open, because rail transport is far more accident-prone than a pipeline.’
Health Care
August 6, 2020
Coronavirus Accelerates the Trend of Declining U.S. Transit Ridership
U.S. public transit ridership has been declining for the last five years and the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating the decline.

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August 13, 2020
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #369
August 10, 2020
By Greg E. Walcher
One should not blame sophisticated and well-funded activists for wanting to use the current situation to push their agenda, however far-fetched it may seem.
August 10, 2020
By Seton Motley
The coronavirus shutdowns have acutely and starkly highlighted the differences between Big Government states and Less Government states.
August 6, 2020
By H. Sterling Burnett
Climate Change Weekly #368
August 6, 2020
By Anthony Watts, H. Sterling Burnett, Tim Benson
‘There is a safety benefit in keeping the pipeline open, because rail transport is far more accident-prone than a pipeline.’
August 6, 2020
By Nancy J. Thorner
With the COVID-19 issue still lingering, Democrats are going to continue their strong push toward voting by mail as a way to prevent large crowds from gathering at polling places, fully realizing this method of voting is conducive to voter fraud.
August 6, 2020
By Steve Goreham
U.S. public transit ridership has been declining for the last five years and the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating the decline.
August 4, 2020
By Larry Sand
The one-size-fits-all regimen for schools needs to end.
August 4, 2020
By Richard Ebeling
Paul Krugman may hide behind rude and crude ad hominem attacks on those who do not share his views, but that does not prove his case. It only serves to harm his own reputation and legitimacy in the arena of public policy debate.
August 4, 2020
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
California just experienced a catastrophic loss from the COIVD-19 impact on the economy, as one of its major refineries, Marathon Martinez, has just announced it will be idled indefinitely.