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.
Dr. Merrill Matthews joins KLIF's Stinchfield Report to discuss the new EPA head, former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, who Matthews describes as President Trump's "best pick yet."
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.
On 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis Show, Merrill Matthews discusses the upcoming presidential caucus in Iowa and its policy implications for ethanol subsidies and mandates.
In an interview with KLIF's Grant Stinchfield, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews says it's no surprise that the Obama administration has officially killed the Keystone XL, regardless that phases of the Keystone pipeline have been running for years with no problem, and even the State Department has reported the project would do no harm to the environment and would also create jobs. So can anything be done to revive the project?
Tom Giovanetti tells the Don Kroah Show that President Obama’s killing the Keystone XL will cloud his presidential legacy and show him to be a leader unwilling to work with Congress on anything.
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.