Patients save on expenses and anxiety when they visit Dr. Kathleen Brown’s clinic, Oregon Coast Dermatology. Brown converted her practice almost entirely to a cash business in 2011, after 16 years of diverting her own and her patients’ time and money to satisfy cumbersome requirements foisted upon doctors by the federal government and insurance companies.
Heartland Senior Fellow Peter Ferrara joins the Made In America radio show with host Neal Asbury to talk about a new Heartland policy brief titled “Why the United States Has Suffered the Worst Economic Recovery Since the Great Depression.”
In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH) joins the show to talk about the subpoena the science committee issued to state AGs and environmental groups to gain access to documents showing how they collaborated in their persecution through investigations of climate skeptics.
With all the attending awfulness you expect. The laxness, the arrogance – the terrible performance. (See: ObamaCare, the Post Office, “green energy,” your Department of Motor Vehicles,….) And the willful denial of the fact that innumerable past failures – portend more of the exact same, should we be foolish enough to yet again try the exact same.
The Soviet regime had ruled Russia and the other 14 component republics of the U.S.S.R. for nearly 75 years, since the Bolshevik Revolution in November 1917 led by Vladimir Lenin and his communist cadre of Marxist followers. During that almost three-quarters of a century, first under Lenin and especially Josef Stalin and then their successors, historians have estimated that upwards of 64 million people – innocent, unarmed men, women and children – died at the hands of the Soviet regime in the name of building the “bright, beautiful future” of socialism.
In this episode of The Heartland Institute’s weekly Budget & Tax News podcast, research fellow and managing editor Jesse Hathaway talks with Dartmouth College lecturer Jason Sorens about “Freedom in the 50 States,” a comprehensive study ranking all 50 states on how well they protect individuals’ civil and economic freedom.
Earlier this year, the usual group of suspects, led by well-known anti-fracking activist Bill McKibben, planned a “global wave of resistance” called BreakFree2016—scheduled to take place from May 3-15—on six continents.
Does fracking make people sick? In this edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Dr. Ted Them and research fellow Isaac Orr discuss the scientific research that has attempted to determine if there are health impacts due to hydraulic fracturing. Dr. Them debunks the claims of Dr. Howard Zucker, the Commissioner of the New York Department of Health who’s recommendation to the Governor resulted in New York banning hydraulic fracturing.
John and Donny continue their weekly exploration of think tanks across the country in episode #51 of the In The Tank Podcast. This weekly podcast features (as always) interviews, debates, and roundtable discussions that explore the work of think tanks across the country. The show is available for download as part of the Heartland Daily Podcast every Friday. Today’s podcast features work from the Beacon Center of Tennessee, The Heartland Institute, the National Center For Policy Analysis, and the Foundation for Economic Education.
If you don’t visit Somewhat Reasonable and the Heartlander digital magazine every day, you’re missing out on some of the best news and commentary on liberty and free markets you can find. But worry not, freedom lovers! The Heartland Weekly Email is here for you every Friday with a highlight show.
In this podcast, Brase joined Health Care News Managing Editor Michael Hamilton to tell the world that patients and physicians are flocking to cost-effective, free-market, patient-centered alternatives to the predominant health insurance and government-payer model. These alternatives are “the wedge,” and they’re setting patients and doctors free.
In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Dr. Barry Poulson, Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado and advisor to the Task Force on Tax and Fiscal Policy at the American Legislative Exchange Council, joins the show to talk about America’s debt crisis.
In this episode of The Heartland Institute’s weekly Budget & Tax News podcast, research fellow and managing editor Jesse Hathaway talks with Dan Johnson, executive director of the Tax Revolution Institute, a national think tank rolling out a new project to “Audit the IRS” and shine light and transparency on one of the most secretive and powerful federal government agencies, the Internal Revenue Service.
Energy has long lost media attention; so we no longer think about ways we use energy and its effect on national policy or our pocketbooks. However, problems of energy supply we deemed a crisis in the 1970’s are still with us. U. S. warships still protect Persian Gulf supply of Middle East oil which accounts for one-quarter world’s oil production.
Final federal approval for what is being called the “new Keystone” came from the Army Corps of Engineers on July 26—allowing the pipeline to move forward. The 1,168-mile long Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), also called the Bakken Pipeline, is comparable in length to the Keystone XL. It will cross four states and carry 450,000 barrels of oil a day from North Dakota to a transfer terminal in Illinois where it will connect with other pipelines and be taken to refineries.
In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Kathleen Hartnett White, Director at the Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment Texas Public Policy Foundation. White joins the show to talk about the new book she co-authored with Stephen Moore titled Fueling Freedom: Exposing the Mad War on Energy!
Trump supports this proven and safe technology to develop America’s enormous oil and natural gas deposits, create millions of jobs and generate billions in revenues. However, his stance on local veto power is the same as Hillary Clinton’s, though she would also try to regulate fracking into oblivion.