Statement by The Heartland Institute on Peter Gleick Confession
FEBRUARY 20, 2012 -- The Heartland Institute has issued the following statement concerning Peter Gleick's confession with respect to stolen and forged documents.
The Heartland Institute Sends Legal Notices to Publishers of Faked and Stolen Documents
FEBRUARY 19 — The Heartland Institute has sent legal notices to numerous Web sites, blogs, and publications asking them to take down the stolen and forged documents and what it views as malicious a
Heartland Institute Responds to Stolen and Fake Documents
FEBRUARY 15, 2012 – The following statement from The Heartland Institute – a free-market think tank – may be used for attribution.
Heartland Institute Legal Expert, Wisconsin Resident, Reacts to Walker Recall
Democrats in Wisconsin yesterday turned in more than a million signatures to force a recall election of Gov.
Heartland Institute Comments on Indiana Right-to-Work Bill, Democratic Boycott
On Monday afternoon, House Democrats in the Indiana Legislature ended their boycott, which denied the quorum necessary to consider a right-to-work bill favored by Republicans.
Heartland Institute Experts React to NLRB Dropping Boeing Case
The National Labor Relations Board Friday announced it has abandoned its case against Boeing for opening up a non-union plant in South Carolina, a right-to-work state.
Heartland Institute Reacts to Fast and Furious Hearing
Attorney General Eric Holder today testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the “Fast and Furious” program that allowed American guns to “walk” into the hands of Mexican drug gangs.
Heartland Institute Responds to Court Decision on Tobacco Warning Labels
A federal judge on Monday blocked the Food and Drug Administration’s new mandate that packs, cartons, and advertisements for cigarettes come with large and graphic new warning labels.
Heartland Legal Expert Exposes Flaw in Virginia Obamacare Ruling
Fourth Circuit’s Factual Error Throws Last Week’s Decision in Doubt
Heartland Institute Reacts to Closed Investigation of Alleged Wisconsin Justice Scuffle
The special prosecutor appointed to investigate the alleged fisticuffs between two justices on the Wisconsin Supreme Court decided Thursday that no criminal charges ought to be filed.
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