Archive for the 'Video' Category

2015 Founders’ Night VIDEO Invitation

Posted by on Feb 27 2015 | Events, Video

Julie Mallon cordially invites you to attend our 30th anniversary Founders’ Night dinner on Thursday, April 9th! Our keynote this year is comedian, actor, author, magician, and Cato Institute H.L. Mencken Fellow Penn Jillette! To purchase your ticket on the phone, call us at 303-279-6536. If you’d like to purchase them online, visit our webpage here.

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Urban Renewal and Littleton’s Ballot Measure 300

Posted by on Feb 13 2015 | debt, Economics, Regulation, Taxes, Video

Mike Krause intro’s former Littleton mayor Doug Clark’s explanation of why gambling with taxpayer money on real estate is almost always a bad idea in this short 1 minute video.

Littleton voters will be able to have a say on whether government uses their money to get into the land speculation business with Ballot Measure 300.

To learn more about tax increment financing (TIFs), urban renewal authorities (URAs), and Littleton Ballot Measure 300, watch the full Devils Advocate episode below.

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Freedom Minute | Obamacare and the Rule of Law

Posted by on Feb 04 2015 | Health Care, health control law, obama, obamacare, Video

In our latest Freedom Minute, Health Care Policy Center Director Linda Gorman questions whether government officials in charge of implementing are attempting to follow the law or just making it up as they go along.

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Freedom Minute: Obamacare helps the poor?

Posted by on Feb 02 2015 | Health Care, health control law, obamacare, Video

In our latest Freedom Minute, Health Care Policy Center Director Linda Gorman questions the idea that Obamacare is actually helping the poor – on net.

To see all the Freedom Minutes we have online, visit our IITV YouTube page here.

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Do you have a minute? For our Freedom Minute?

Posted by on Jan 29 2015 | Economics, education, Regulation, Taxes, Video

We just got a cool new green screen here at the Independence Institute offices so…. we decided to make one minute, editorial videos. Cause why not?

You can find all of our Freedom Minute’s on our YouTube channel, IITV.

Here are the first few that we’ve done:

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VIDEO: Is There a War on Women debate

Posted by on Oct 30 2014 | Events, Video, war on women

We’d like to thank everyone who came out on Tuesday to see our debate on the age old question: Is there a war on women?

If you couldn’t make it out to the Denver Post building to catch the debate in person, you can watch the whole thing on YouTube here.

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Is There a War on Women? Live Stream the Debate

Posted by on Oct 28 2014 | Events, Video, war on women

We hope to see you all tonight at the Denver Post building for our war on women debate. Doors open at 5:30, the debate goes from 6-7p.

But if you can’t make it in person, you can live stream the debate here on our UStream channel.

The stream will start when the debate begins at 6.

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VIDEO: Prop 105 GMO Labeling Debate

Posted by on Oct 23 2014 | Events, Proposition 105, Video

This past Thursday, Oct. 16th, the Independence Institute hosted a debate at the Denver Post building about Colorado’s Prop 105. Prop 105 would require labeling on genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Below you’ll find the debate video.

Also, don’t forget about our upcoming firecracker of a debate titled, “Is there a war on women?” We will be hosting again at the Denver Post building from 5:30-7p on Tuesday, October 28th. Do not miss this one!

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Devil Inside the Beltway: A Small Business Nightmare

Posted by on Oct 16 2014 | Events, Video

On Wednesday October 15, the Independence Institute hosted author and former small business owner Michael Daugherty. His book, “Devil Inside the Beltway” is an ongoing tale of the big guy (government) vs. the little guy (Michael and his company). Listen as Michael tells a magnificent tale of government overreach and cronyism. And he’s still fighting to this day.

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IITV: Why is Latin so important for Constitutional studies?

Posted by on Oct 01 2014 | Constitutional Amendments, Constitutional History, Constitutional Law, Constitutional Theory, U.S. Constitution, Video

In the latest episode of IITV, our constitution scholar Rob Natelson sits down with host Justin Longo to discuss why learning Latin (the “dead” language) is so important for fully understanding our nation’s founding and the Constitution.

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