In an interview with WINA's Rob Schilling, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the role government has given itself in propping up the sales of electric vehicles, despite their unpopularity with consumers.
IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Point of View as co-host with Kerby Anderson as they touch on climate change issues, the status of tax reform in Congress and also Obamacare.
Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses recent efforts by Congress to bail out Obamacare, which are simply useless and a waste of taxpayer money. Matthews also addresses the Russia investigation and the unmasking of Russia’s influence on US environmental groups in an attempt to undermine US energy.
Joining Vicki McKenna on WIBA and WISN, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses how the investigation into Russian interference in U.S. elections has unmasked the significant effort by Russia to prop up anti-fracking groups.
In an interview with USA Radio Network’s John Clemens, Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses lessons learned for the energy industry in the wake of 2017’s destructive hurricane season, notably how well the U.S. energy industry fared despite the devastating storms.
An important lesson from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma is how the U.S. needs new refineries in different locations other than the Gulf Coast. In an interview with USA Radio’s John Clemens, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses how the Gulf Coast, devastated by Hurricane Harvey, accounts for about 55 percent of overall U.S. refining capacity. Matthews calls on Washington to remove obstacles for refineries and to encourage constructions.
In an interview with Genesis Communications Network's Mike Siegel, IPI resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the latest on Hurricane Harvey's impact on Texas, challenges facing the environmentalist movement, and also the imminent threat of a single-payer healthcare system taking effect as Obamacare implodes.
"When you have a mandate with momentum—you act on it." So says Dr. Merrill Matthews in this interview with Don Kroah of WAVA, Washington DC.
Dr. Merrill Matthews joins WBAP’s Chris Salcedo Show discussing why President Trump should give the U.S. Senate right of refusal on the Paris climate accord, a redistributionist scheme signed onto by President Obama.
Ford's CEO is out, in part from onerous and unrealistic CAFE standards which are forcing car manufacturers to build small, fuel-efficient cars very few people want. IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews joins KMED's Bill Meyer to discuss what President Trump should do to boost the U.S. auto industry.