Heartlander: November-December 2010 (full text pdf)
The November-December 2010 issue of The Heartlander features part one of a two-part essay by Heartland President Joseph Bast, who addressees the topic, “Who has the best plan to restore American prosperity?”
This issue also summarizes several new Heartland publications:
- The Patriot’s Toolbox, a 260-page book that has proven especially popular among Tea Party activists;
- “Ten Principles of Federal Tax Policy,” No. 9 in Heartland’s Legislative Principles series;
- Heartland Policy Study No. 129, “2010 State School Report Card”;
- and two Heartland Policy Briefs on regulatory issues: “Why Regulate?” by Heartland President Joseph Bast and “Regulatory Issues Affecting Recycled Auto Parts,” by senior fellows Alan Smith and Eli Lehrer.
Also in this issue:
- a recap from the Fifth International Conference on Climate Change, which we hosted in Sydney, Australia in October;
- an update on activities of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) and our distribution of Climate Change Reconsidered in India;
- a description of our new Parent Trigger initiative;
- an update on our ongoing Free To Choose Medicine initiative;
- summaries of our publications, public relations, and government relations work on budget and tax policy, environment, health care, information technology and telecommunications, school reform, lawsuit abuse, and finance, insurance, and real estate;
- and much more!
This issue announces the departure of Peter Fotos, who has taken a position in the private sector, and the promotion of John Nothdurft to the position of government relations director.