In a conversation with 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis, IPI president Tom Giovanetti addresses the health of the Trump economy, keys to spurring further economic growth, and IPI's upcoming Dallas event featuring NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib says there should be a $20 per hour minimum wage. IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews responds in an interview with Washington DC's Don Kroah on WAVA.
Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the latest headlines with GCN’s Mike Siegel, including the Portland, Ore. Antifa-led attacks that injured conservative demonstrators, President Trump’s historic meeting with Kim Jong Un, AOC’s visit to the southern border, and a reflection on the Democratic debates and which candidates are pulling away from the herd.
On Point of View with host Kerby Anderson and Lt. Col. Allen West, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews reflects on the Democratic debates, observing how the Democratic Party is moving farther to the left and also attacking job-creating corporate America as the enemy of the state.
On WBOB's Ed Dean Show, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the stability of oil prices despite Iranian provocations in the Mideast, and how tariffs are taxes and drive up the cost of goods.
Merrill Matthews joins Vicki McKenna on WIBA to discuss two absurdities: a $40 per hour minimum wage and Sen. Ron Wyden’s proposed annual tax on unrealized capital gains.
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.
Self-proclaimed democratic socialists are increasingly driving the direction of the Democratic Party. IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Don Kroah on WAVA – FM in Washington DC to discuss how the “rogue element” is undermining Speaker Pelosi and Democrat leadership, whether or not it will last, and how it may shape the 2020 presidential election.
Today’s field of Democrat presidential hopefuls espouse such radical fringe ideas, they’re basically “full blown democratic socialists,” says Dr. Merrill Matthews on Janet Mefferd Live. How has today’s Democratic party pitched so far to the left, and does it have any hope of staying relevant?
In an interview with Mike Siegel, IPI’s Merrill Matthews discusses the Chinese trade war, its impact on the U.S. economy, and what may finally be spurring President Trump to cut a deal and bring it to resolution. And as Democrats voice their priorities in a new legislative session, Matthews addresses the raising the federal minimum wage, Medicare-for-all, and free college tuition.