IPI President Tom Giovanetti's address at the 25th Anniversary Celebration.
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Burger King and the Left's Demand for Taxes (Audio: interview)
WWNC's Pete Kaliner interviews Merrill Matthews on Burger King's corporate inversion with Tim Hortons and move to Canada. Plus, guess which Democrat mega-investor is helping the company make the move?
SoundByte: Warren Buffett Wants a Whopper of a Tax Cut
Investor Warren Buffett has famously wanted the rich to pay higher taxes. Just not him or any of his companies.
Podcast: Fracking Bans - But What About Property Rights?
The fracking issue has taken a new turn as a growing number of communities look to dramatically limit or even ban the practice. But what are the implications for property rights in light of fracking bans? IPI's Tom Giovanetti and Merrill Matthews take a look in this podcast.
Could the Attack on Rick Perry Backfire on Democrats? (Audio: Interview)
IPI's Merrill Matthews discusses the case against Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and explains not only how the case may backfire on Democrats, but could actually advance Perry's political prospects.
Rick Perry's Indictment Could Boost His Presidential Chances (Audio: Interview)
Texas Governor Rick Perry’s indictment could help his presidential prospects if voters see his actions as an effort to stand up for principle and public accountability. Merrill Matthews talks with Wisconsin talk host Vicki McKenna.
SoundByte: Time to Trim the Fat in Public Education?
Is it necessary for public schools to have one non-teacher for every teacher on staff?
Obamacare Implosion? (Audio: Interview)
A new report shows that Obamacare could be on the brink of implosion, plus the White House won't reveal documents related to ObamaCare website security. Merrill Matthews discusses the latest with nationally syndicated host Janet Mefferd.
Video: Giving Away the Internet?
In remarks delivered at the 2014 Red State Gathering, IPI president Tom Giovanetti warns that a majority of the world’s countries would like to see the functions of the Internet severed from the United States in order to change the way it works, and make it easier to filter and restrict websites, free speech, and especially political speech.
Podcast: Ebola, Sovaldi, and the Companies That Just Can't Win
No matter what pharmaceutical companies do, they just can’t win. And why is there an entitlement attitude when it comes to health and drug innovation?
SoundByte: The 'Woodwork Effect' May Cost You More Than Just Your Doctor
For people living in those states that refused to expand Medicaid, thanks to Obamacare, your doctor won’t be the only thing you’ll lose.