Putin, Anti-Fracking Movement, and U.S. Energy Exports (Audio: Interview)
Dr. Merrill Matthews joins WAVA's Don Kroah to discuss what role Putin's Russia has to play in the anti-fracking movement here in the United States, as well as the global impact of U.S. energy exports.
American Manufacturing's Future Is In High Tech, Not High Tariffs (Audio: Interview)
IPI's Merrill Matthews joins Genesis Communications Network's Mike Siegel to discuss the main culprit behind disappearing American manufacturing jobs, and the answer may surprise you.
A New Year, A New President (Audio: Interview)
IPI president Tom Giovanetti joins 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis Show discussing the legacy of President Obama, the Trump team's upcoming confirmation hearings, and the new administration's tax reform priorities.
Trade and the 2016 Presidential Race (Podcast)
What’s the truth about trade and trade deficits, and what happens when governments cut off your ability to freely trade with people from other countries? IPI experts discuss in this installment of the Policy Wonks podcast.
The Quickest Way to Lower the Trade Deficit (Audio: Interview)
In this interview with WAVA’s Don Kroah, IPI’s Merrill Matthews applauds the US House of Representatives for approving to lift the ban on crude oil exports, saying it’s the best way to not just lower the trade deficit but also to counter Iran.
Oreos Moves To Mexico; Should We Boycott? (Audio: Interview)
Americans should be troubled when a company decides to invest overseas rather than domestically. The US should do a better job on free trade and competing internationally.
Oreos And U.S. Global Competitiveness (Audio: Interview)
Tom Giovanetti joins KMED’s Bill Meyer on Oreo’s move to Mexico from Chicago, pointing out how onerous taxes, regulations and labor costs make the U.S. a prohibitively expensive place to invest for businesses.
Hope for Jeb Bush? (Audio: Interview)
He may be the best of the Bushes and even win the Republican presidential nomination, but Jeb Bush doesn’t excite the conservative base like other candidates. Plus, Matthews explains why fast-track trade authority is a good thing and will allow Congress to give an up or down vote on trade partnerships.
SoundByte: Fast Track Trade Authority - Good Policy, Bad Politics for Democrats
Every president wants fast track authority for trade agreements. Unless they’re a Democrat on the campaign trail, says Dr. Merrill Matthews.
SOTU Highlight: Trade and the TPP (Audio: Interview)
One issue stood out in the SOTU that Republicans can likely work on with Obama: trade and Trans Pacific Partnership. In the following interview with KMED’s Bill Meyer, Merrill Matthews discusses the benefits of fast tracking the TPP.
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