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Mixed audio and video content from the Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI), a conservative, free-market public policy think tank. Supply-side economics, tax cuts, entitlement reform, deregulation. We advocate lower taxes, fewer regulations, and a smaller, less-intrusive government.

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Mixed audio and video content from the Institute for Policy Innovation (IPI), a conservative, free-market public policy think tank. Supply-side economics, tax cuts, entitlement reform, deregulation. We advocate lower taxes, fewer regulations, and a smaller, less-intrusive government.

    The Grave Threat of an Impending Rail Strike on the U.S. Economy (Audio: Podcast)

    The Grave Threat of an Impending Rail Strike on the U.S. Economy (Audio: Podcast)

    In the face of a threatened freight rail strike, just as the country is pulling out of supply chain problems, IPI records a special timely podcast episode with experts on the issue: Daniel Ogden, Professor of Global Trade and Supply Chain at Baylor University, and Jerry Glass of F+H Solutions Group, a management and labor consulting organization. Why is a strike threatened? Are the unions being reasonable? What can the Biden administration or Congress do? And how much damage to the economy might result from a strike? With the able assistance of IPI Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews and IPI President Tom Giovanetti.

    How Wokeness Sucks All the Fun out of Life (Audio: Podcast)

    How Wokeness Sucks All the Fun out of Life (Audio: Podcast)

    IPI President Tom Giovanetti and Commentary Magazine Associate Editor Noah Rothman discuss Noah's recent book "The Rise of the New Puritans: Fighting Back Against Progressives' War on Fun." Lefties used to be the "anything goes, don't judge me" crowd, but today the progressive woke left politicizes everything and sucks all the fun out of food, sports, dating and sex, even gardening! Noah explains how and why this change happened, how it affects American society, and how it's harming everything from how we eat and play to how we love and form relationships. It's a great read and a great discussion

    Is a 25th Amendment Removal in Joe Biden's Future? (Audio: Podcast)

    Is a 25th Amendment Removal in Joe Biden's Future? (Audio: Podcast)

    IPI Resident Scholar discusses his recent piece in The Hill raising questions about President Biden's obvious slippage with IPI President Tom Giovanetti. Because there is little to no partisan advantage to either party to remove Biden, raising the question isn't about partisan politics but rather is about the good of the nation, and of the free world. And it's not as if a 25th Amendment removal wasn't almost a constant topic in the media during the Trump administration. Double-standard much?

    The 25th Amendment and Joe Biden's Future (Audio: Interview)

    The 25th Amendment and Joe Biden's Future (Audio: Interview)

    How We Know State Election Integrity Laws Aren't Suppressing the Vote (Audio: Podcast)

    How We Know State Election Integrity Laws Aren't Suppressing the Vote (Audio: Podcast)

    An analysis of voter turnout in states that pass voting integrity laws in the last two years, including by racial group breakdown, demonstrates that the recent election integrity laws are not suppressing voter turnout. With IPI Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews and President Tom Giovanetti.

    IPI Policy Basics: Who Are the Uninsured? (Audio: Podcast)

    IPI Policy Basics: Who Are the Uninsured? (Audio: Podcast)

    IPI Resident Scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews talks us through an analysis of the composition of the uninsured population in the United States. IPI President Tom Giovanetti reminds us of the problem of large numbers, and both conclude that the problem of the uninsured is exaggerated or at least overestimated.

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Free Market Texan ,

Excellent content.

This should be mandatory for all US elects officials and federal workers!!!

GiovanH ,

The ultimate podcast

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PrefectGuy ,

Partisan hack podcast. Complete trash.

Parsing through all the lies and nonsense while working in public policy is a tough job and we do not need unethical trash like this adding to the noise. This podcasts is almost entirely devoid of facts, chock full of misinformation and empty rhetoric, and add nothing useful to the public policy arena other than trying to sway minds for partisan political outcomes. In the most recent episode concerning whether Hillary Clinton broke the law they simply made a reference to the Espionage act and said they think she broke it. No details. No actual discussion of what the act actually says. No legal evaluation of the elements of the act she violated. Nothing. Just said she broke the espionage act and then went on a tirade about how she will never be prosecuted under the President because the party won’t allow it. Political hacks and amateurs. These kind of unethical dirtbags and partisan propagandists make me sick.

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