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Been There, Done That on Imposing New Energy Burdens on Minority Communities

Been There, Done That on Imposing New Energy Burdens on Minority Communities Inspired by California’s “green energy” agenda, the Biden Administration is pushing a #Justice40 agenda, which aims to improve minority communities, but will actually impose huge new mandates, costs, and taxes on the very communities they aim to help. …

California

California Population Falls Again – The Start Of A Long-Term Trend Or A Short-term Blip?

By Kerry Jackson & Wayne Winegarden California lost population for the second straight year in 2021. Just as 2020’s loss was the first in state history, the repeat is unprecedented. This is not supposed to happen in America’s most dynamic state. Is California’s time at the top over? California is …

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Lance Izumi Joins Craig Roberts on Life!Line to Discuss California Woke Math Curriculum

Lance Izumi joins Craig Roberts on Life!Line to discuss his book The Homeschool Boom and California’s decision to change the state’s math curriculum to better promote proper socio-political outcomes:

Gas Prices

Wayne Winegarden Highlighted in Great Lakes Wire on Oil Production and Gas Prices in Michigan

Wayne Winegarden was highlighted in the Great Lakes Wire piece by David Beasley: ‘Allowing more oil production would help reduce gas prices quickly’ in Michigan. “The domestic actions that restrict oil production worsen the inflation problems and the budget squeezes that too many families are facing across the states,” Wayne …

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Henry Miller discusses the problems behind the United States funding the World Health Organization on the Lars Larson Show

Listen to Dr. Henry Miller discuss the problems behind the United States funding the World Health Organization (WHO) on the Lars Larson Show:

Commentary

Sally Pipes Quoted in Ken Artz’s Column in April’s “Health Care News”: “Single-Payer Health Care Stalls in California”

By Ken Artz A bill to establish a state-run, single-payer health care system in California was stopped without a vote in the state Assembly after supporters realized they didn’t have enough votes to pass it. A.B.1400 would have begun a state takeover of private insurance, Medicare, and Medi-Cal at a …

Business & Economics

Wealth Taxes are Economic Failures

By Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson California Assemblymember Alex Lee should have studied Europe’s experiences before introducing his wealth tax proposal. Had he done so, he never would have introduced Assembly Bill 2289 that, if adopted, would impose 1% annual tax rate on couples with net worths exceeding $50 million and …

Education

Watch PRI’s Webinar on the Homeschool Boom

Watch PRI’s 2022 National School Choice Week webinar featuring Lance Izumi discussing his new book, The Homeschool Boom. He moderates a panel discussion with teachers and parents discussing the rise in parents exercising the ultimate school choice option – the choice to educate their kids at home.

Health Care

Sally Pipes Talks CA Single Payer Bill on John and Ken Show

Listen to Sally Pipes, PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy, discuss AB 1400, the California single-payer legislation on the popular “John and Ken Show” on KFI Radio in Southern California.

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The FDA needs reform. Biden’s nominee is not the person to do it

By Henry I. Miller, M.S., M.D. and Jeff Stier When President Joe Biden nominated Obama-era Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf to return to his old post, he made what is widely seen as a safe, if uninspired, choice. Califf is a distinguished cardiologist and clinical trial specialist, …

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Been There, Done That on Imposing New Energy Burdens on Minority Communities

Been There, Done That on Imposing New Energy Burdens on Minority Communities Inspired by California’s “green energy” agenda, the Biden Administration is pushing a #Justice40 agenda, which aims to improve minority communities, but will actually impose huge new mandates, costs, and taxes on the very communities they aim to help. …

California

California Population Falls Again – The Start Of A Long-Term Trend Or A Short-term Blip?

By Kerry Jackson & Wayne Winegarden California lost population for the second straight year in 2021. Just as 2020’s loss was the first in state history, the repeat is unprecedented. This is not supposed to happen in America’s most dynamic state. Is California’s time at the top over? California is …

Press Release

Lance Izumi Joins Craig Roberts on Life!Line to Discuss California Woke Math Curriculum

Lance Izumi joins Craig Roberts on Life!Line to discuss his book The Homeschool Boom and California’s decision to change the state’s math curriculum to better promote proper socio-political outcomes:

Gas Prices

Wayne Winegarden Highlighted in Great Lakes Wire on Oil Production and Gas Prices in Michigan

Wayne Winegarden was highlighted in the Great Lakes Wire piece by David Beasley: ‘Allowing more oil production would help reduce gas prices quickly’ in Michigan. “The domestic actions that restrict oil production worsen the inflation problems and the budget squeezes that too many families are facing across the states,” Wayne …

Press Release

Henry Miller discusses the problems behind the United States funding the World Health Organization on the Lars Larson Show

Listen to Dr. Henry Miller discuss the problems behind the United States funding the World Health Organization (WHO) on the Lars Larson Show:

Commentary

Sally Pipes Quoted in Ken Artz’s Column in April’s “Health Care News”: “Single-Payer Health Care Stalls in California”

By Ken Artz A bill to establish a state-run, single-payer health care system in California was stopped without a vote in the state Assembly after supporters realized they didn’t have enough votes to pass it. A.B.1400 would have begun a state takeover of private insurance, Medicare, and Medi-Cal at a …

Business & Economics

Wealth Taxes are Economic Failures

By Wayne Winegarden and Kerry Jackson California Assemblymember Alex Lee should have studied Europe’s experiences before introducing his wealth tax proposal. Had he done so, he never would have introduced Assembly Bill 2289 that, if adopted, would impose 1% annual tax rate on couples with net worths exceeding $50 million and …

Education

Watch PRI’s Webinar on the Homeschool Boom

Watch PRI’s 2022 National School Choice Week webinar featuring Lance Izumi discussing his new book, The Homeschool Boom. He moderates a panel discussion with teachers and parents discussing the rise in parents exercising the ultimate school choice option – the choice to educate their kids at home.

Health Care

Sally Pipes Talks CA Single Payer Bill on John and Ken Show

Listen to Sally Pipes, PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy, discuss AB 1400, the California single-payer legislation on the popular “John and Ken Show” on KFI Radio in Southern California.

Commentary

The FDA needs reform. Biden’s nominee is not the person to do it

By Henry I. Miller, M.S., M.D. and Jeff Stier When President Joe Biden nominated Obama-era Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf to return to his old post, he made what is widely seen as a safe, if uninspired, choice. Califf is a distinguished cardiologist and clinical trial specialist, …

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