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The Washington Times
Hillary Clinton will raise taxesClinton’s plan will do nothing more than create a high-stakes game of economic
Hillary Clinton will raise taxes
The Washington Times / Posted 10 days ago
Clinton’s plan will do nothing more than create a high-stakes game of economic musical chairs, and America’s suburbs will likely end up being the loser. Here come the tax increases Justin Haskins is executive editor of The Heartland I... Read more
11d
Boston Globe
The rise of GOP mega-donor Rebekah Mercerby The Washington Post and GuideStar USA. The biggest recipients were the Medi
The rise of GOP mega-donor Rebekah Mercer
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
by The Washington Post and GuideStar USA. The biggest recipients were the Media Research Center (nearly $13 million), the Heartland Institute (almost $4 million), the Federalist Society ($3.65 million) and Citizens United Foundation ($3.6... Read more
16d
Naked Capitalism
Michael Hoexter: Living in the Web of Soft Climate Denialdenial, aided by fossil fuel company lobbyists that fund think tanks like the C
Michael Hoexter: Living in the Web of Soft Climate Denial
Naked Capitalism / Posted 16 days ago
denial, aided by fossil fuel company lobbyists that fund think tanks like the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Heartland Institute. The alliance of the Republican Party with the fossil fuel and extractive industries remains very strong,... Read more
17d
The Washington Times
Is Gary Johnson finished?the nation’s economy and would likely drive energy prices to all-time highs,” w
Is Gary Johnson finished?
The Washington Times / Posted 17 days ago
the nation’s economy and would likely drive energy prices to all-time highs,” wrote Justin Haskins, executive editor of The Heartland Institute. “For some, the economic tradeoff may be considered worthwhile, but it is more than a little bizarre for... Read more
18d
The Hill
Lawmakers should get with the program and stop taxing digital goodspopular with voters than tax hikes on services enjoyed by consumers every day.
Lawmakers should get with the program and stop taxing digital goods
The Hill / Posted 18 days ago
popular with voters than tax hikes on services enjoyed by consumers every day. Jesse Hathaway (jhathaway@heartland.org) is a research fellow with The Heartland Institute. The views expressed by authors are their own and not the views of The... Read more
20d
Daily Journal
COMMENTARY: Johnson’s carbon-tax fiasco could sink campaignhim a significant chunk of his support and any hope of capturing the White Hous
COMMENTARY: Johnson’s carbon-tax fiasco could sink campaign
Daily Journal / Posted 20 days ago
him a significant chunk of his support and any hope of capturing the White House in November. Justin Haskins is executive editor of The Heartland Institute. He wrote this for InsideSources.com. Read or Share this story: http://vineland.dj/2... Read more
27d
Orange County Register
This election is about the Supreme Courtmind less competition. The compounding cost of environmental regulations is th
This election is about the Supreme Court
Orange County Register / Posted 27 days ago
mind less competition. The compounding cost of environmental regulations is the rising tide that swallows up the dinghies, but luxury yachts are able to handle the costs just fine. Isaac Orr Minneapolis Research fellow, the Heartland In... Read more

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