In an interview with WBOB’s Ed Dean, IPI resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the new U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods as well as his new book, “On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff.”
IPI president Tom Giovanetti joined 660 AM – The Answer’s Mark Davis discussing the Texas GOP leadership’s push for a sales tax increase to offset a property tax reduction.
The old Democrats are beginning to fear the far-left new Democrats will hand President Trump an easy reelection in 2020. In an interview, Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Vicki McKenna to discuss the off-the-rails proposals of freshmen Democrats, and how unserved Americans would be if the nation’s existing entitlement programs were radically expanded.
Unlimited Freebies and Asset Seizure: Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Have No Shame (Audio: Interview)
Universal free college tuition, socialized healthcare, student loan forgiveness, universal basic income… the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential hopefuls have an unlimited list of freebies they want to give out. Plus, Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to seize the assets of billionaires. IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Vicki McKenna on WIBA and WISN and discusses how Democrats have become so radical there’s not much separating their party platform from the basic principles of democratic socialism.
In an interview with 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis, IPI president Tom Giovanetti discusses the merits of the continuing government shutdown and what President Trump should say tonight in his primetime broadcast regarding border security.
On 660 AM – The Answer’s Mark Davis Show, Tom Giovanetti explores a bizarre attack by tv host Tucker Carlson against worker compensation decisions made by large corporations such as Amazon and Walmart, and also lauds President Trump’s recent decision to cancel an upcoming across-the-board civilian federal worker pay increase.
IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Point of View with Kerby Anderson and Penna Dexter discussing the week in review. They tackle the subjects of border security and immigration, the U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, the federal budget and Hill fiscal fights, and also eminent domain, with a new film debuting based on the Kelo decision.
Congress has signed a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill. In a conversation with WBAP Morning News, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews says, "If you were hoping Republicans would finally live up to their promise of being the party of limited government and fiscal responsibility, you're going to have to keep waiting for a while."
Live from CPAC, IPI president Tom Giovanetti joins Mark Davis on 660 AM - The Answer discussing Dallas's bike share program, safety in public schools, and IPI's upcoming Hatton W. Sumner Lecture Series event with acclaimed civil liberties attorney Alan Dershowitz.
In an interview with WAAV's Tyler Cralle, Tom Giovanetti discusses what he predicts is the next big fiscal crisis: the collapse of public pensions. Giovanetti describes the underfunded public pension systems as political rackets used to subsidize various crony schemes, and a taxpayer disaster-in-the-making.