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.
In this radio interview on the syndicated talk show, Point of View, IPI President Tom Giovanetti unravels the confusion over monitoring speech on private social media platforms.
In a spirited conversation with 660AM Radio Host Mark Davis, IPI President Tom Giovanetti explains, even in a pandemic, the rule of law must be applied consistently--despite our personal sympathies.
In a conversation with 660AM Radio Host Mark Davis, IPI President Tom Giovanett discusses the governors' back to work orders, reminding us the Founding Fathers designed the scope of government to keep us "free", not keep us "safe."
In an interview with Chris Salcedo on Houston's KSEV, DFW's WBAP, and Newsmax TV, IPI president Tom Giovanetti says while no new laws are needed to confront the problem of mass shootings, it is time for a free America to self-organize and secure public and private spaces against the deranged.
In an interview with 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis, Tom Giovanetti discusses his op-ed in the Dallas Morning News on how we can prevent mass shootings without passing any new legislation, as well as IPI's upcoming event with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
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.