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Climate Change

Wayne Winegarden’s Findings on the Effects of Climate Change Litigation on Innovation Featured in The Epoch Times

Wayne Winegarden’s findings on the effects that recent climate change litigation is having on innovation was featured in Nathan Worcester’s piece, “Big Cities’ Climate Lawsuits Against Big Oil Scrutinized” in the Epoch Times: A recent wave of government climate change lawsuits against oil and gas firms may prove deeply harmful, actually inhibiting the growth …

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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:

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Dr. Henry Miller Discusses the Latest COVID Numbers and Mask Mandates on the Lars Larson Show

Dr. Henry Miller discusses the latest COVID numbers and mask mandates on the Lars Larson Show:

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 …

Business & Economics

NEW BRIEF: City and State Climate Change Lawsuits Drive Up Gas Prices, Discourage Clean Energy Innovation

SACRAMENTO – City and state climate change lawsuits discourage private sector innovation required to meet America’s clean energy goals – and expensive judgements in these cases can increase gas prices by 31-cents per gallon, finds a new issue brief released today by the nonpartisan Pacific Research Institute.   “Sustainably addressing …

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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:

California

Wayne Winegarden’s Comments Regarding California’s Population Declining for Second Year Featured in Associated Press

California’s population declined again in 2021 for the second consecutive year. Wayne Winegarden’s comments were featured in the Associated Press story, “California’s population fell again amid pandemic’s 2nd year”: “The migration is a manifestation of a lot of the problems that people face,” said Wayne Winegarden, a senior fellow with …

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Wayne Winegarden Joins NTD Business to Talk About NYC Amazon Employees Voting Against Unionizing

Wayne Winegarden, senior fellow of Business & Economics with Pacific Research Institute, joins NTD Business to talk about NYC Amazon employees voting against unionizing. Watch Dr. Winegarden discuss the impact unions have on businesses in the video below:    

Housing

Wayne Winegarden Discusses Inflation and the Housing Market with The Ledger

PRI Business and Economics Fellow, Wayne Winegarden, discusses inflation and its effect on the housing market with The Ledger’s reporter, Paul Nutcher in “Polk County housing prices increase 30% as mortgage rates increase.” “You would finally have recovered some kind of affordability from the housing bubble, where you had the …

Featured

NEW BRIEF: Broken System Imposes Higher Out-of-Pocket Costs on Patients, Puts Interests of Government and Insurers First

America’s broken third-party healthcare payment system prioritizes government and insurance companies as the largest payers, leaving patients with higher out-of-pocket costs, greater exposure to healthcare financial risk, and reduced access to care – finds the latest paper in the Coverage Denied series released today by the Center for Medical Economics …

Climate Change

Wayne Winegarden’s Findings on the Effects of Climate Change Litigation on Innovation Featured in The Epoch Times

Wayne Winegarden’s findings on the effects that recent climate change litigation is having on innovation was featured in Nathan Worcester’s piece, “Big Cities’ Climate Lawsuits Against Big Oil Scrutinized” in the Epoch Times: A recent wave of government climate change lawsuits against oil and gas firms may prove deeply harmful, actually inhibiting the growth …

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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:

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Dr. Henry Miller Discusses the Latest COVID Numbers and Mask Mandates on the Lars Larson Show

Dr. Henry Miller discusses the latest COVID numbers and mask mandates on the Lars Larson Show:

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 …

Business & Economics

NEW BRIEF: City and State Climate Change Lawsuits Drive Up Gas Prices, Discourage Clean Energy Innovation

SACRAMENTO – City and state climate change lawsuits discourage private sector innovation required to meet America’s clean energy goals – and expensive judgements in these cases can increase gas prices by 31-cents per gallon, finds a new issue brief released today by the nonpartisan Pacific Research Institute.   “Sustainably addressing …

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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:

California

Wayne Winegarden’s Comments Regarding California’s Population Declining for Second Year Featured in Associated Press

California’s population declined again in 2021 for the second consecutive year. Wayne Winegarden’s comments were featured in the Associated Press story, “California’s population fell again amid pandemic’s 2nd year”: “The migration is a manifestation of a lot of the problems that people face,” said Wayne Winegarden, a senior fellow with …

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Wayne Winegarden Joins NTD Business to Talk About NYC Amazon Employees Voting Against Unionizing

Wayne Winegarden, senior fellow of Business & Economics with Pacific Research Institute, joins NTD Business to talk about NYC Amazon employees voting against unionizing. Watch Dr. Winegarden discuss the impact unions have on businesses in the video below:    

Housing

Wayne Winegarden Discusses Inflation and the Housing Market with The Ledger

PRI Business and Economics Fellow, Wayne Winegarden, discusses inflation and its effect on the housing market with The Ledger’s reporter, Paul Nutcher in “Polk County housing prices increase 30% as mortgage rates increase.” “You would finally have recovered some kind of affordability from the housing bubble, where you had the …

Featured

NEW BRIEF: Broken System Imposes Higher Out-of-Pocket Costs on Patients, Puts Interests of Government and Insurers First

America’s broken third-party healthcare payment system prioritizes government and insurance companies as the largest payers, leaving patients with higher out-of-pocket costs, greater exposure to healthcare financial risk, and reduced access to care – finds the latest paper in the Coverage Denied series released today by the Center for Medical Economics …

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