In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, we listen in to part 2 of a conversation between Heartland President Joe Bast, and scholars Angelo Codevilla and Donald J. Devine Ph.D. Codevilla and Devine were both featured speakers at the Heartland Institute’s 31st anniversary benefit dinner. In this conversation, they speak with Bast about their latest books and how the ruling class is distorting the way America was intended to operate.
In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, we listen in to a conversation between Heartland President Joe Bast, and scholars Angelo Codevilla and Donald J. Devine Ph.D. Codevilla and Devine were both featured speakers at the Heartland Institute’s 31st anniversary benefit dinner. In this conversation, they speak with Bast about their latest books and how the ruling class is distorting the way America was intended to operate.
John Nothdurft returns as co-host with Donny Kendal in episode #7 of the In The Tank Podcast. This weekly podcast features (as always) interviews, debates, roundtable discussions, stories, and light-hearted segments on a variety of topics on the latest news. The show is available for download as part of the Heartland Daily Podcast every Friday.
Eagle Council XLIV was held two weekends ago at the Marriott St. Louis Airport – St. Louis, Missouri. Six hundred members and friends attended. Conservative icon, Phyllis Schlafy, who started Eagle Forum in 1972, was celebrated for building a grassroots conservative movement and her victory against the Equal Rights Amendment.
In today’s episode of In The Tank, Donny and John bring in special guest, Justin Haskins, an editor and writer for The Heartland Institute, to discuss some of latest stories in the news cycle. These stories include Scott Walker’s campaign implosion, World Rhino Day, taxing Netflix, and regulating Fantasy Football. John and Justin also go head to head on a new.
The EPA is doing everything it can to avoid taking responsibility for the Gold King Mine disaster, where the EPA spilled millions of gallons of toxic waste water into the Animus river. So far, the Committee responsible for investigating the spill has faced EPA delays, withheld documents and even, it seems, doctored video.
With the tragic deaths of two newscasters at the hands of a disgruntled ex-employee on Wednesday, August 26 come the predictable calls for tighter gun control and keeping guns out the hands of “crazy” people. In no case, however, do the proposed solutions bear any relationship the crime itself. According to the media and progressive politicians, we have a “crime problem” and a “gun problem.”
In today’s episode of the In The Tank Podcast, Host Donny Kendal and John Nothdruft discuss some of the latest interesting news stories. These stories include Illinois’ Lotto mishap, robots taking over, price fixing, police body cameras, and selfies in the ballot box. Kendal and Nothdruft also play Who Said It? – Kayne West or Donald Trump.
With the seventieth anniversary this year of the end of the Second World War, a number of commentators have focused on the presumed “unity” of America seven decades ago to “win the war” against global tyranny and international aggression by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. Individuals put aside their individual personal and petty interests to support and fight for a “greater collective cause.”
In the same way that EPA has extended its control over water—and even land—under clean water laws (See Part 1), it has exceeded Constitutional authority and the intent of Congress under the Clean Air Acts. Once again, it has caused an enormous waste of billions of taxpayer dollars on government itself—and costs approaching a trillion dollars for compliance in the private sector. All this with measures that have little benefit—and often negative consequences—to the environment or human health. Take carbon dioxide for example.
Quite remarkably, for the second time in a week, The New York Times has shown some economic sense. Let me repeat that, with some emphasis added: For the second time in a week, The New York Times has shown some economic sense.
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