How to help the Heartland Institute survive the Koch brothers’ takeover

On Wednesday, the Heartlands Institute will close its doors and turn over its assets to the Charles Kochs, who are buying the assets for $1.5 billion.

It’s an interesting move, but the organization’s founders and the people who run it deserve a lot more credit.

The Heartlands has a long and storied history.

Its founders, John Galt and David Koch, both have been influential conservatives for decades.

In 1984, they founded the Cato Institute, a think tank that became a national model for free-market libertarianism.

In the 1990s, they formed the Center for Competitive Enterprise and the Heart of the Problem, a nonprofit focused on public health issues.

Its current president, Richard Burt, was a senior policy adviser for Sen. Rand Paul’s presidential campaign.

The Heartlands was the first of many Koch-funded think tanks that grew out of the Kochs’ political influence.

In recent years, it has focused on health issues and climate change, and its most prominent projects have been trying to get people to quit smoking.

Its website features an infographic on the Koch agenda, including a page that lists the groups that Koch has given money to and the ones that have given him money.

But the Koch-led think tanks are just the tip of the iceberg.

Since the early 1990s the Heart and its network of other think tanks have funded a host of climate-change denier groups, such as Americans for Prosperity and the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

In 2016, Heartland gave $100,000 to Americans for a Sound Economy, a group that claims climate change is caused by man-made global warming and opposes EPA regulations.

The Kochs also have a vested interest in spreading misinformation about climate change.

Heartland’s website describes itself as “a think tank dedicated to advancing science and policy to better inform Americans about the science and public policy issues that matter most to Americans.”

But its website is filled with falsehoods, misinformation, distortions, and outright lies.

The American Meteorological Society has repeatedly warned that climate change will worsen the threat of wildfires, the threat from rising sea levels, and the impacts of climate change on the health of our communities.

In its website, Heartlands says, “We also urge readers to ‘consider the facts’ before deciding to engage in a public debate.”

The Heart and the Koch networks have long promoted misinformation about the causes of global warming, from the false claim that CO2 is a pollutant that’s causing a global warming that’s caused by humans to the false claims that CO 2 is causing the climate to change.

In one instance, Heart and Koch have shared a link on the Heart’s website to a fact sheet that was authored by the Cato-affiliated American Enterprise Institute, which has promoted the false theory that global warming is caused primarily by human activity.

The article, written by Andrew Rosenberg, a senior fellow at the Cato institute, and a professor of global health at the University of California, Berkeley, says the study of the climate is important because it provides “a useful basis for developing the necessary policies to reduce CO2 emissions.”

That statement has been repeated by the Heart, the Cato, and other climate-denier groups.

Heartland’s misleading claim that global temperatures have risen for decades is false.

Global temperatures have declined steadily for the past three decades, and we’re likely in the midst of a warm period, not the long-term cooling trend it’s been trying and failing to push for.

It is true that global average temperatures have warmed.

It was true that temperatures have been increasing since the mid-20th century, but it’s a lot warmer than the average temperature at which humans live.

As a result, the climate change we’re experiencing is not primarily driven by human activities.

The climate change that the Heart claims is caused mostly by humans has been largely responsible for the observed warming in recent decades.

The global average temperature has been rising for decades, but that warming has mostly been driven by the increase in emissions from human activity and other natural sources.

If global temperatures continue to increase, there is a good chance that global averages will continue to fall, making global warming a far more serious problem than any human activity has ever been responsible for.

At the heart of the Heart group’s disinformation is the claim that the EPA regulations governing air pollution are bad.

That claim is wrong.

A 2007 study found that air pollution regulations are not likely to cause the warming that is occurring in the climate system.

And a 2013 report by the National Academy of Sciences found that the air pollution regulation proposed by the Obama administration is unlikely to be harmful to humans.

Instead, it could help protect the health and welfare of Americans and the environment.

As for climate change deniers, Heartand’s misleading claims about the health effects of CO2 and global warming have been repeated on the news and in conservative blogs.

But their claims about global warming are baseless.

The real threat from global warming isn’t

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