A "Bathroom Bill" Alternative? (Audio: Interview)
Tom Giovanetti joins Genesis Communications Network syndicated host Mike Siegel to discuss a range of topics, including immigration reform, civil liberties and the so-called "bathroom bill" legislative efforts, healthcare reform and more.
Trump Executive Order Includes Biometric Entry/Exit (Audio: interview)
Tom Giovanetti joins WWNC's Pete Kaliner to discuss a measure included in the president's recent executive order that was proposed by IPI: biometric entry/exit for immigrants.
Policy Priorities for Trump's First 100 Days (Audio: Podcast)
IPI president Tom Giovanetti and resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews discuss what could happen in the Trump administration's first 100 days, with a special look at the policy priorities for repealing and replacing Obamacare, tax reform, and immigration.
Executive Amnesty Slapdown, Replacing Obamacare (Audio: Interview)
Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the recent Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action and President Obama's executive amnesty, as well as the Republican outline to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Administration Misled Federal Judge on Executive Amnesty (Audio: Interview)
While the White House is downplaying a federal judge’s decision Tuesday night to keep in place a hold on President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty order, IPI's Merrill Matthews said he’s not surprised by the latest ruling. In this interview with World News Group's Jim Henry, Matthews said the administration misled the judge about accepting amnesty applications before the hold order went into effect.
ObamaCare Faces A New Supreme Court Battle (Audio: Interview)
In this in-studio interview with Salem's Janet Mefferd, Merrill Matthews discusses the upcoming March 4 legal challenge for Obamacare before the Supreme Court, and how it could render the health care law unworkable in a majority of states.
Illegals Can Receive Up To Three Years Worth of Welfare (Audio: Interview)
Merrill Matthews joins KNWZ talk host Chad Benson to discuss how the IRS has confirmed those who have received amnesty will actually be eligible for up to three year's worth of welfare benefits through the Earned Income Tax Credit.
Amnestied To Receive Tax Credits On Taxes Never Paid? (Audio: Interview)
Merrill Matthews discusses with KMED's Bill Meyer Show how the IRS has confirmed that the newly amnestied will be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)—which is definitely “income-based aid.” The EITC is a sliding-scale, income-based, refundable tax credit wherein the federal government subsidizes low-income workers with taxpayer dollars. And once they have their Social Security cards they can file for EITC benefits for up to three years retroactively.
Newly Amnestied To Receive EITC (Audio: Interview)
In this interview with WGTK host Joe Elliott, Merrill Matthews discusses how IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has confirmed that the newly amnestied will be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)—which is definitely “income-based aid.”
Amnesty Recipients Eligible For Tax Credits On Taxes They've Never Paid (Audio: Interview)
Merrill Matthews joins Radio America's nationally syndicated Roger Hedgecock Show to discuss how illegal aliens that have received amnesty will be eligible to receive up to three years' worth of tax credits on taxes they've never paid.
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