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Isaac Orr: Texas Textbooks

ECN PODCAST - Isaac Orr explains the how the Texas Board of Education is moving toward climate reality by citing the works of Joe Bast and James Taylor of The Heartland Institute in their social studies textbooks. The textbooks acknowledge the pause in global warming and accurately state that natural causes may have a larger influence than previously thought. This has provoked outrage among left-leaning activist groups. This podcast explains what the other side is saying, and why we need to band together to support the Texas Board of Education as they move toward responsible climate education.

James Taylor: Welcome H. Sterling Burnett

ECN PODCAST - James Taylor introduces H. Sterling Burnett, as new Environment & Climate News managing editor to the Heartland Team.

Joseph Bast and Herbert Walberg: Economic Aspects of Rewards

SRN PODCAST - Joseph Bast and Herbert Walberg discuss Chapter 2 of their new Book "Rewards: How to use rewards to help children learn – and why teachers don’t use them well" with Heartland Senior Fellow George Clowes.

Isaac Orr: Net Metering

ECN PODCAST - Heartland Research Fellow Isaac Orr discusses Net Metering Champaign Wishes and Caviar Dreams.

Jay Lehr - Replace the EPA

ECN PODCAST - The other day, Science Director Jay Lehr was a guest on the AgraTalk Radio Network.He and host Mike Adams discussed Jay's New Paper "Replacing the Environmental Protection Agency."

Greg Scandlen: How Mutual Aid Can Protect Families in Times of Trouble

BTN PODCAST - Aid societies used to be prevalent in American life. They promoted civic and moral virtues and provided important financial and insurance benefits to members and their families. Beginning 100 years ago, government began throwing up obstacles to the work of aid societies. Greg Scandlen explains what government has done to shrink the importance of aid societies . . . and the reasons such societies could again rise in importance.
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