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  • Humans aren’t to blame for change at ntl. parks

    This article originally appeared on heartland.org. The climate is changing, but Professor Daniel B. Botkin believes the best-available evidence does not show those changes are humankind’s fault. Botkin, professor emeritus in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology at | Read More »

  • 10 things you didn’t know about the Heartland Institute

    CHICAGO – When it comes to free market solution to social and economic problems, Chicago’s Heartland Institute’s research and information is the first place many researchers and lawmakers look. Heartland Institute been at the forefront of developing and promoting free | Read More »

  • College Board won’t reveal its AP U.S. history authors

    This article originally appeared on heartland.org. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? The Second Continental Congress assigned that responsibility to a committee that included Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Roger Sherman, and Robert Livingston. After discussing the general outline | Read More »

  • A free-market healthcare alternative in Oklahoma

    A free-market healthcare alternative in Oklahoma

    A Christian healthcare alternative to insurance.

  • Survey: Regulations top concern to small business owners

    Survey: Regulations top concern to small business owners

    Small business-owners ranks their cities, states.

  • Most states reveal jobs subsidies . . .

    Most states reveal jobs subsidies . . .

    …and do it poorly.

  • OBAMACARE

    OBAMACARE

    Report: Obamacare discourages marriage.

  • Warmists urge allies to support nuclear power

    Warmists urge allies to support nuclear power

    From the Heartland Institute: Four scientists at the forefront of global warming activism published an open letter this week encouraging their fellow warmists to embrace safe nuclear power as a means of reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The four scientists are | Read More »