The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, and Chris Talgo present episode 325 of the In The Tank Podcast. On this episode, the ITT crew talks about the Tornadoes that ravaged across America’s Heartland, the Build Back Better Act dying in Congress, the ongoing inflation we are seeing, and a few signs suggesting COVID-19 alarmism may finally be fading.


Fox Business – CBO score ‘blows up’ White House lie that Build Back Better costs zero dollars: Morabito

(video) Psaki Claims BBB will lower deficit

CNN – Talks between Manchin and Biden at standstill as Build Back Better likely stalled until next year


Breitbart – Bidenflation: Producer Price Index Rises by Record 9.6%, Worse Than Expected

(video) Psaki Blames Corporate Greed for inflation


NYT – We Can Live Better Lives While Being Smart About COVID

CPR – Interview: Gov. Polis leaves mask mandates to local officials, says the state shouldn’t ‘tell people what to wear’

Yahoo – Gov. Whitmer says President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate a ‘problem,’ report says

The Atlantic – Where I Live, No One Cares About COVID

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  1. Boney Cole Member
    Boney Cole

    I recently had an interview for a job with an NGO called Dig Deep.  They specialize in doing water and wastewater projects in impoverished areas of the US.  In reading through their stuff, I noticed a familiar name among their advisors. It was Peter Gleick.    I vaguely recalled some sort of bad publicity about him, so I looked him up on the internet, and was reminded of his crimes against Heartland.  Just so you know,  he was listed as President Emeritus of the Pacific Institute.  Small world. 

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