In his “Viewpoint” spotlight, Kerby Anderson of the nationally syndicated talk show Point of View discusses IPI resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews’s new book, “On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff,” co-authored by Mark E. Litow.
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's Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Janet Mefferd Today to discuss the federal spending crisis and his new book, "On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff."
Merrill Matthews joins 660 AM - The Answer's Mark Davis to discuss his new book, "On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff."
In an interview with KMED's Bill Meyer, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the failed entitlement state, as evidenced by the dismal 2019 Social Security Trustees Report.
Merrill Matthews joins Point of View host Kerby Anderson in studio for a whirwind of topics: Equal Pay Day and the so-called "gender pay gap", the Electoral College, the latest in the crowded race for the Democratic presidential nomination, and the coming entitlement's crisis.
In an interview with WAVA's Don Kroah, IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses how to achieve long-lasting, actuarily sound reform to the current entitlements crisis.
Merrill Matthews joins Houston’s KTRH to discuss the federal government’s warning that Social Security's funds will be depleted by 2035.
Dr. Merrill Matthews joins The Schilling Show on WINA discussing his new book, “On the Edge: America Faces the Entitlements Cliff,” and how imperative it is for Congress to reform the nation’s crumbling patchwork of entitlement programs.
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.