In this Heartland Institute podcast, IPI resident scholar Merrill Matthews reviews the innovations that have been sustained by fossil fuels. In terms of human well-being and prosperity, and environmental quality, the world is getting better and better, despite what climate alarmist are indoctrinating kids to believe.
In an interview with Brian Estridge on the WBAP Morning News, Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the drone attacks on the Saudi oilfields, President Trump's response, and what it means for the U.S.
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.
In a live, in-studio discussion with Kerby Anderson on Point of View, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses how the Trump administration is changing how the EPA and other agencies approach their predictions driving climate policies.
Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Brian Estridge and Hal Jay on Dallas-Fort Worth's WBAP Morning News to discuss the Gulf of Oman tanker attacks and how the Mideast unrest is having little to no impact on the world's energy markets.
In an interview with WAVA’s Don Kroah, IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses Russia’s efforts to use energy as a foreign policy weapon, and how it's now being undermined by the U.S. oil and gas boom.
In this discussion with Mike Siegel on the Genesis Communications Network, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews explains why the coal industry is on its last leg, and is being replaced by natural gas.
In an interview with 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis, IPI president Tom Giovanetti discusses the three finalists to which President Trump has narrowed his choice for the Supreme Court, and offers analysis regarding the resignation of EPA administrator Scott Pruitt.
Matthews discusses five undeniable truths about tariffs, what’s impacting Arctic sea ice, and the unintended consequences of ethanol’s use as fuel.
In an interview with Rob Schilling on WINA, Dr. Merrill Matthews explains the Renewable Fuel Standard, why we have it, and why the EPA chief is calling for it to be reformed.