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October 7, 2019

Incriminating Photo Bad News for Biden

A political scholar believes the controversy surrounding Joe Biden's son could weigh down on the former vice president. 

October 3, 2019

Warren Takes the Lead

Political scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews of IPI says three main factors contribute to Elizabeth Warren's rise in the Democratic presidential polls.

September 24, 2019

GOP, Progressives, Insurers - All Cast Skeptical Eye at Pelosi Drug Plan

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) formally released her long-awaited drug-pricing bill last week, and very few individuals and organizations endorsed it outright. 

September 23, 2019

Where Trump and Pelosi Can Come Together on Drug Prices - and Where They Can't

Trump’s motivation combined with some degree of real agreement on policy issues suggest that lawmakers could find a way to craft legislation aimed at controlling drug prices. But there are still plenty of reasons to think the effort will go nowhere.

September 19, 2019

NASA Administrator Brings Moon Return Mission Sales Pitch to North Texas

The moon is the proving ground. Mars is the destination," Jim Bridenstine said of the 2024 target to put men and women on the lunar surface.

September 11, 2019

Giovanetti Nails It

This is hands-down the best piece I have ever read. 

September 6, 2019

Trump Administration Rescinds Obama-Era Methane Regulation

“The cost of complying with the Obama methane regulations are a rounding error to major companies but are a significant burden to smaller, more entrepreneurial companies, and we need both," said Tom Giovanetti. “The real solution is for Congress to pass legislation that creates predictability with these environmental regulations.” 

July 30, 2019

Congress Considers Bill Targeting Hospital Consolidation

IPI's Merrill Matthews says the GOP-sponsored bill increases bureaucracy, imposes price controls and is not free market.

July 16, 2019

Biden: You Like Obamacare? We're Gonna Keep It!

Former Vice President Joe Biden has released his proposed health care plan – and in the process channeled a historic Barack Obama promise that many Americans later discovered to be a lie.

July 11, 2019

Should People in Prison Be Allowed to Vote?

Only two states, Maine and Vermont, allow prisoners to vote. The other 48 states bar incarcerated people from voting, and in many cases, have complex rules that make it difficult for felons to vote even after they’re released.

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