Aouste is a graduate from DePaul University with a BA in Political Science. While studying he participated in the Fund for American Studies program in Washington D.C. Prior to joining Heartland in 2015, he was a staff intern on Bruce Rauner’s successful Illinois gubernatorial campaign. Aouste resides in Hainseville, Illinois.
Latest posts by Billy Aouste (see all)
- Heartland Weekly – Tax Cuts Providing Historic Gains - July 9, 2018
- Heartland Weekly – Sen. Rand Paul on Heartland Podcast - July 2, 2018
- Heartland Weekly – Fossil Fuel Benefits Outweigh Costs - June 25, 2018
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CA Billionaire Wants to Raise Energy Bills
Tim Benson, Detroit News
Leftist billionaire Tom Steyer, a former hedge fund manager who made a fortune in coal, is spending hundreds of millions to promote his green agenda.
E&E News: ‘Joe Bast Is a Winner’
Robert Brady Jr., Master Resource
E&E News calls former Heartland Institute President and CEO Joseph Bast a winner, though not in the way the leftist publication would hope.
President Trump Signs Right to Try
Tim Huelskamp, The Heartland Institute
Heartland Institute President Tim Huelskamp suggested to the White House that President Trump push for Right to Try, earning a seat at the signing ceremony.
Fixing the Student Debt Crisis
Host: Lennie Jarratt
Guest: Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
Foxx discusses how Congress is proposing to fix the student debt crisis while holding colleges and universities accountable the PROSPER Act.
Housing “Boom,” Volcanic “Bang”
Host: Jesse Hathaway
Guest: Keli’i Akina
Grassroot Institute of Hawaii President Keli’i Akina about how the s state government’s housing policies have gone “bang”— literally.
Separation Between Church and State
Hosts: Lindsey Stroud and Chris Talgo
Guest: David Shestokas
This episode of Constitutional Soundbites reveals the true origins of the much-misunderstood “wall of separation between church and state.”
Seattle Head Tax Dangerous
Matthew Glans, Investor’s Business Daily
To the detriment of its residents and businesses, Seattle has been more active than any other city in pursuing new tax-per-worker revenue.
Moving Children to Safer Schools
Robert Holland, Townhall
The Heartland Institute has unveiled a proposal to give parents much faster and broader access to safer schools when they find their children endangered.
Reagan Antitrust Movement Rebirth
Peter Ferrara, The Hill
Thanks to the recent efforts of Congress and the White House, the United States is moving back to President Reagan’s approach to antitrust law.
Chance to Reform Farm Handouts
Darren Bakst, The Hill
Legislators who voted for the failed bill get a second chance to do the right thing: Stop ignoring the need for reforming out-of-control farm handouts.
Banks Make Money By ‘Making Money’
D. Brady Nelson, Townhall
Professional clown and supposed economist Paul Krugman has a misconception about how the United States banking process works.
Stop Censorship on Twitter
Paul Driessen, Heartland.org
Trump should embrace (and expand) court ruling that his Twitter account is free speech forum, applying it to all of Twitter to stop censorship.