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SEPTEMBER 22, 2015

Should Conservatives Have a Climate Insurance Policy? (Audio: Interview)


In this interview with 660 AM – The Answer’s Mark Davis, IPI president Tom Giovanetti discusses how innovation should be a key component of conservatives’ plan on climate policy, and an IPI event on Sept. 25 will present three unique perspectives on the debate. 

MAY 19, 2015

Two Things That Hurt: New CAFE Standards and the Obamacare Health Exchanges (Audio: Interview)


There's no sugarcoating how badly many of the state Obamacare exchanges have failed, and the problems are only just beginning, says IPI's Merrill Matthews in this interview with Washington DC radio host Don Kroah. Plus, a new draconian CAFE standard will only mean more high-priced, unsafe cars for US motorists. 

APRIL 9, 2015

IPI Podcasts: Texas Isn't As Free Market As It Thinks


What? You can't buy a Tesla directly from the manufacturer? You can't buy liquor from a publicly traded company? From liquor codes to car sales regulations, there are some nonsensical laws on the books in Texas that ought to be eliminated. 

FEBRUARY 27, 2015

Welcome to the Stupid Internet (Audio: Interview)


The stunning FCC power grab was far more than just net neutrality regulations, says Tom Giovanetti to WAVA's Don Kroah. 

JANUARY 21, 2015

Let's Make Education Investments Tax Deductible (Audio: Interview)


Tom Giovanetti joins Mark Davis in-studio at 660 AM-The Answer to recap the State of the Union address, and challenges the notion that government be involved in more taxpayer-backed education-funding schemes.

JANUARY 16, 2015

A Horrifying Violation of Separation of Powers (Audio: Interview)


Tom Giovanetti tells WAVA's Don Kroah the president's push to preempt laws in 19 states limiting municipal broadband schemes is a "horrifying violation of separation of powers" unlike we've yet seen. 

JANUARY 15, 2015

Minimum Wage Myths (Audio: Interview)


Merrill Matthews joins nationally syndicated Janet Mefferd in her Salem studio to discuss common economic myths about the minimum wage. 

JANUARY 14, 2015

Welcome to ObamaNet (Audio: Interview)


If you like your Post Office and your DMV, you’ll love ObamaNet, says Tom Giovanetti on Omaha's KFAB. 

NOVEMBER 7, 2014

President Obama Loses His Human Shield; Now What? (Podcast)


Under Senator Harry Reid, the U.S. Senate virtually stopped functioning—no hearings, no legislation, and no budget. But now with a Republican majority approaching in January, IPI's Tom Giovanetti and Merrill Matthews, Ph.D. discuss what’s next for a lame-duck Senate, especially for legislation such as the Internet Tax Freedom Act, the Marketplace Fairness Act, and the tax extenders. And what may the new Republican-led Senate attempt to accomplish in Obama’s final two years?

OCTOBER 21, 2014

SoundByte: Obama Tries Sinking His Teeth Into Competition


Is the Obama administration finally putting some teeth behind boosting competition? 

 

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