Frontier Recommended Video
Thatcher: There is no such thing as public money (~2min) – April 8, 2013
Margaret Thatcher addresses the Conservative Party conference in 1983.
Episode 3 with John A. Allison - Ayn Rand and Her Legacy (~26min) – April 7, 2013
John A. Allison is the former Chairman and CEO of BB&T Corporation. He briefly worked as Distinguished Professor of Practice at Wake Forest University’s School of Business, before becoming in 2012 the new head of the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank headquartered in Washington, D.C. Part 3 of a video series produced by the Montreal Economic Institute, www.iedm.org
Preston Manning and Ron Paul: MNC 2013 (~14min) – April 3, 2013
Preston Manning and Ron Paul at the 2013 Manning Networking Conference. (~14 min.)
Episode 2 with Steve Forbes - Sound Money and Capitalism (~26min) – April 1, 2013
Steve Forbes is Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media, which publishes Forbes magazine. He twice ran for the Republican nomination for the Presidency of the United States, in 1996 and in 2000, campaigning for market reforms like the flat tax. His latest book, How Capitalism Will Save Us, was published in 2009. Part 2 of a video series produced by the Montreal Economic Institute, www.iedm.org
First Nations Transparency Press Conference (~10min) – March 31, 2013
Feds announce Bill C-27 on First Nations transparency receives Royal Assent
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard: Manning Centre Conference 2013 (~27min) – March 27, 2013
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard at the 2013 Manning Networking Conference. (~27 min.)
Episode 1 - Michel Kelly-Gagnon - The Role of Think Tanks (~26min) – March 25, 2013
Michel Kelly-Gagnon is President and CEO of the Montreal Economic Institute. Early in his career he practiced law with Colas & Associates in Montreal, and then went into business as an associate of Formatrad, a company specializing in employee training. Part 1 of a video series produced by the Montreal Economic Institute, www.iedm.org
Green Conservatives? (SunTV) (~32min) – March 22, 2013
An intelligent rebuttal to BIG GREEN conservatism.
Matt Ridley on How Fossil Fuels are Greening the Planet (~19min) – March 20, 2013
Matt Ridley, author of The Red Queen, Genome, The Rational Optimist and other books, dropped by Reason's studio in Los Angeles last month to talk about a curious global trend that is just starting to receive attention. Over the past three decades, our planet has gotten greener!
Cato on Obama 2013 State of the Union Address (~12min) – February 13, 2013
Cato Institute scholars respond to President Obama's 2013 State of the Union Address.
Overestimated Global Warming (SunTV) (~5min) – February 1, 2013
Tom Harris on leaked reports that show the IPCC overestimated the "science" of global warming.
3D Printing and the Future of Shopping (~6min) – January 19, 2013
Nick Gillespie, editor in chief of Reason TV interviews Peter Weijmarshausen - the CEO of the on-demand 3D printing company Shapeways.
An Honourable Mea Culpa on GMOs (~54min) – January 17, 2013
A prominent British author, journalist and environmental activist, Mark Lynas reverses his position on GMOs - "So my message to the anti-GM lobby, from the ranks of the British aristocrats and celebrity chefs to the US foodies to the peasant groups of India is this. You are entitled to your views. But you must know by now that they are not supported by science."
Mark Lynas - Lecture to Oxford Farming Conference (Video) (~1min) – January 17, 2013
Video of Mark Lynas' lecture at the Oxford Farming Conference on January 3, 2013 in which he reverses his long held position on GMOs and moves from opposing to endorsing their use.
The Indian Industry (SunTV) (~13min) – January 15, 2013
Frances Widdowson, co-author of "Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation," speaks with Ezra about Canada's bloated and broken Indian Industry.
Reflections on the Life and Work of James Buchanan (~8min) – January 9, 2013
Reflections on the Life and Work of James Buchanan features photographs, video images and interview clips, and attempts a concise retelling of his life and major achievements.
John Stossel's Broken Window Fallacy (~2min) – December 28, 2012
John Stossel explains why government spending to fix so-called "broken windows" does not stimulate the economy.
The Greatest Story Ever Told (~53min) – December 17, 2012
Professor Steven Landsburg discusses the power of economic growth at the Cato Institute, July 2012.
The Anti-Capitalist Hypocrisy of Environmentalism (~12min) – December 14, 2012
Climate change skeptic Lord Christopher Monckton explains why despite the cries of environmentalists, it isn’t capitalists destroying the natural earth. (~12 min.)
I Pencil, The Movie (~6min) – November 22, 2012
A film from the Competitive Enterprise Institute, adapted from the 1958 essay by Leonard E. Read. For more about I, Pencil, visit http://www.ipencilmovie.org