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IPI President Tom Giovanetti talks with 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis about this week's congressional hearings regarding Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. He warns those advocating its abolishment may like the alternative even less.
Republicans are supposed to be the part of the “rich,” but not anymore. Democrats have out-raised and out-spent Republicans in the last several election cycles.
Importing drugs from other countries was first embraced by Democrats and now by some Republicans as a way of lowering Americans’ drug spending. But if there’s such a great demand, why has it never worked when implemented at scale? And why won’t anyone take FL Governor Ron DeSantis’ $30 million offer for a company to implement it in Florida? Hint: It might have to do with Medicare Part D, generic drugs, and the danger of counterfeiting.
IPI President Tom Giovanetti, solo this time, talks about how voters supported economic liberty up and down the ballot, even in blue states.
IPI President Tom Giovanetti discusses the “broken window fallacy,” and three key lessons it teaches us about how to think about policy.
Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews explains the five key turning points that have shaped US energy independence, going back to “peak oil” and the shortages of the 1970s, to the fracking revolution and US oil exports. Part of our IPI Policy Basics audio reference library.
Matt Mackowiak of Potomac Strategy Group joins Tom Giovanetti and Dr. Merrill Matthews for a discussion of the results of the November 2020 election. First episode of the Institute for Policy Innovation’s (rebooted) Podcast.
Although the presidential race is still in question, the clear winner is conservative values says IPI President Tom Giovanetti in a post-elecdtion day interview with 660AM the Answer's Mark Davis.
"For the first time since the late 1800’s the Supreme Court is stocked with judges that take the proper view toward constitutional interpretation,” says IPI President Tom Giovanetti in an interview with 660AM’s Mark Davis.
IPI President Tom Giovanetti points out "the problem with local control is who is in control." With the majority of urban counties controled by judges wanting to extend the shut down, economic liberty will continue to be denied to a major segment of the business community.