In an interview with Mike Siegel, Merrill Matthews discusses the latest news from the Democratic presidential race, President Trump’s border fight, the chances of a GOP healthcare win after the 2020 elections, and more.
A president invoking emergency powers is not uncommon, explains Dr. Merrill Matthews on WAVA’s Don Kroah Show. In this interview, Matthews also highlights four acts of emergency conditions which may apply in the president’s case for the border wall.
IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews reacts to President Trump’s Oval Office speech regarding border security as well as the response from Democratic congressional leaders, offering his thoughts on how the two branches can compromise.
IPI's Dr. Merrill Matthews joins WAVA's Don Kroah to discuss the Honduran immigrant caravan headed toward the U.S. border, pointing out that those who don't want a wall on our southern border will come closer to seeing one built if the marchers force their way in.
IPI’s Dr. Merrill Matthews joins Point of View with Kerby Anderson and Penna Dexter discussing the week in review. They tackle the subjects of border security and immigration, the U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, the federal budget and Hill fiscal fights, and also eminent domain, with a new film debuting based on the Kelo decision.
Tom Giovanetti joins Genesis Communications Network syndicated host Mike Siegel to discuss a range of topics, including immigration reform, civil liberties and the so-called "bathroom bill" legislative efforts, healthcare reform and more.
Tom Giovanetti joins WWNC's Pete Kaliner to discuss a measure included in the president's recent executive order that was proposed by IPI: biometric entry/exit for immigrants.
IPI president Tom Giovanetti and resident scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews discuss what could happen in the Trump administration's first 100 days, with a special look at the policy priorities for repealing and replacing Obamacare, tax reform, and immigration.
Dr. Merrill Matthews discusses the recent Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action and President Obama's executive amnesty, as well as the Republican outline to repeal and replace Obamacare.
While the White House is downplaying a federal judge’s decision Tuesday night to keep in place a hold on President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty order, IPI's Merrill Matthews said he’s not surprised by the latest ruling. In this interview with World News Group's Jim Henry, Matthews said the administration misled the judge about accepting amnesty applications before the hold order went into effect.