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Posted: Wed. March 2, 2022, 1:31pm PT

Ivan Eland, author of War and the Rogue Presidency appears on WTIC radio in Hartford, CT. Eland discusses the latest in Ukraine and the history of the Russia and NATO's expansion toward Russia's border.

Posted: Wed. March 2, 2022, 10:34am PT

In this thirty-third episode of Independent Outlook, David Theroux, Williamson Evers, and Graham Walker examine Biden, NATO, and the U.S. in the midst of the Russia's invasion of Ukraine; the impact of the Freedom Convoy in Canada and now the People's Convoy in the U.S.; school board recalls and the rebellion against woke schooling; John Durham's indictment of Hillary Clinton's corruption; honoring the late P.J. O'Rourke; and more.

Posted: Wed. February 23, 2022, 9:24am PT

Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate appears on KSKW's Jon James show “Freedom’s Pep Rally.” Legates talks about the politics behind climate change information. He published an article debunking the “97% of scientists agree about man made climate change” demonstrating the misinformation in the media about climate alarmism.

Posted: Tue. February 22, 2022, 12:54pm PT

Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate appears on KMED's Bill Meyer show. Legates discusses the politics, rhetoric and "groupthink" of climate change. He also discusses why carbon dioxide is a "bit player" in climate fluctuation, but it's not the main driver of any change in the earth's temperature.

Posted: Fri. February 18, 2022, 3:56pm PT

Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of the book Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate appears on the Vic Porcelli show on KFTK News Talk St. Louis. Legates discusses the cycles of the varying climate and whether or not it is changing due to carbon dioxide. Legates says if you really want to change the climate, then change the Sun.

Posted: Fri. February 18, 2022, 10:44am PT

Sr. Fellow Stephen Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms: A Constitutional Right of the People or a Privilege of the Ruling Class? appears on the Michael Dukes show on KMVN Anchorage, AK. Halbrook talks about the history of the Second Amendment, its simplicity and how that right has been stripped in many states. An upcoming US Supreme Court case may give the right to carry, back to the state of New York and other states where the right is disrespected. The conversation expands to a recent $73 million settlement by Remington for the shooting deaths in Newtown, CT in 2012.

Posted: Fri. February 18, 2022, 9:41am PT

In this thirty-second episode of Independent Outlook, Research Fellow William J. Watkins, Jr., joins with Williamson Evers, and Graham Walker to examine the complex issues surrounding the military tensions between Russia, Ukraine, and the West, especially President Biden's recent steps to threaten both economic sanctions and military action in response to Russian activity in the region. We also look at what the Beijing Olympics are revealing about the Chinese Communist regime, which is using the Covid crisis to implement massive and detailed social controls that are not being scaled back as the health crisis recedes—and probably never will be. We further consider the increasingly coercive atmosphere in American academe, illustrated by Georgetown University's punishment of Ilya Shapiro for expressing disagreement with the Affirmative Action policy behind President Biden's SCOTUS nomination plan. And of course, there is much more!

Posted: Wed. February 16, 2022, 12:40pm PT

Research Fellow David Legates, co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science appears on KFTK radio in St. Louis. Legates talks about the biggest myths of climate science regarding the destruction of the planet. He says the climate is one of the most complicated systems and everything effects it. It cannot be simplified, he says, and if it is oversimplified, some come up with theories about controlling carbon dioxide. Changes in land use can change the warming of the earth, Legates says.