In episode #9 of the In The Tank Podcast, Host Donny Kendal is joined by John Nothdurft via Skype, who is out of town. 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.
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There is no court or parliamentary procedure or legal technicality which can defend against Obama’s actions at this point or short-circuit the process (or lack thereof) he’s going to employ for the rest of his presidency.
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TweetOn Friday’s Heartland Daily Podcast, I talk with Senior Fellow for Legal Affairs Maureen Martin about the latest developments on the gun-control front. The discussion was prompted by her recent[…]
TweetVice President Joe Biden, never one to allow the facts to stand in the way of a snide comment, was in typical form in his vice presidential debate with Paul[…]
TweetIn case you missed this recent edition of the Heartland Daily Podcast … Before the Vice Presidential Debate is overtaken by the next Obama/Romney showdown, let’s take a listen to what Heartland[…]
TweetThat was an interesting vice presidential debate Thursday night, if you consider it compelling or a surprising to have seen endless hectoring, laughing and smirking by Joe Biden — and[…]
TweetGet ready for the Ryan/Biden showdown Thursday night by reviewing this new Policy Brief by Peter Ferrara, senior fellow for entitlement and budget policy at The Heartland Institute. By selecting[…]
TweetPresident Obama seeking applause lines on the campaign trail for the Navy SEALs’ dispatch of Osama bin Laden is to be expected, of course. George W. Bush did the same[…]
TweetYesterday, Vice President Joe Biden — the country’s most famous Amtrak rider — announced that President Obama wants to spend $53 billion on high-speed rail over the next six years.[…]