Guest hosting Point of View, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews takes a look at the problem of widespread voter fraud and also illegal immigration with National Review’s John Fund and former Texas state senator Don Huffines.
In an interview with nationally syndicated host Michael Berry, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the new push from Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to restore by federal statute voting rights to convicted felons while in prison.
Bernie Sanders says convicted felons should be able to vote from prison. IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews weighs in on WJIM's Steve Gruber Show.
IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Don Kroah on WAVA in Washington DC to discuss whether incarcerated felons ought to be able to vote from prison.
There are valid private-sector uses of eminent domain, says Tom Giovanetti on 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis Show. In this interview, Tom clarifies some wayward and often problematic thinking regarding eminent domain, a difficult subject matter, but one that is guaranteed by the Constitution as long as two key conditions are met.
In a discussion on Point of View, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the temporary reinstatement of CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s White House press pass by a federal judge, what Congress can achieve in the lame-duck session, and whether there’s bipartisan support for efforts such as criminal justice reform.
In a conversation with 660 AM – The Answer’s Mark Davis, Tom Giovanetti compares the backgrounds and ideas of two very different women in politics, talks the latest on November’s midterm elections, and discusses which house of Congress is more important for conservative action.
As guest host of the nationally syndicated radio talk show Point of View, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the new movement among conservatives to push for criminal justice reform with Marc Levin, Vice President of Criminal Justice Policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
In a discussion with 660 AM – The Answer’s Mark Davis, IPI’s Tom Giovanetti reviews on the September 27th Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh and how it is a reflection of today’s heated political climate and shifting culture.
The concept of judicial supremacy is Constitutional heresy, says Tom Giovanetti in this interview with 660 AM – The Answer’s Mark Davis. Rather than kowtow to one branch, every branch of government has an equal responsibility to the Constitution.