The Southwest Public Policy Institute, a nonprofit nonpartisan think tank focusing on the real issues impacting families and businesses in the American Southwest, is pleased to announce its partnership with Amazon has been renewed for a second year.
We are thrilled to announce that Patrick Brenner, president of the Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI), will be representing SPPI as a distinguished panelist at the Independent Women’s Forum. The panel will test a simple, powerful idea: how do we ensure fair lending policies for vulnerable Americans; and will bring together experts to address the […]
Join us on the next episode of SPPI-TV as we dive into the latest Native American current events with our special guest, Dr. Katherine Spilde. In this episode, we'll explore two significant developments: the Chaco Canyon buffer zone update and the groundbreaking Haaland v. Brackeen Supreme Court decision. First, we'll discuss the controversial 10-mile barrier […]
In a recent interview with Stacy Washington from Stacy on the Right on Sirius XM Patriot, we delved into the deeply concerning ASK Academy rape incident, shedding light on the impact of gender-inclusive policies on women's safety in schools. This thought-provoking discussion explored the case in detail, the challenges faced by the victim's family, and […]
In the latest episode of SPPI-TV, the public policy podcast of the Southwest Public Policy Institute, join host and SPPI president Patrick M. Brenner as he embarks on a captivating international journey. Titled "Discussions Abroad," this episode offers a unique glimpse into the lives and perspectives of Patrick's family members, who are currently enjoying their […]
The unintended consequences of price controls on consumer access to credit.
Parents of Las Cruces Public Schools students are generally dissatisfied with the public school system. What’s the solution?
The two organizations forge a strategic partnership to drive innovation in energy and public policy, aiming to improve the quality of life in the American Southwest and promote sustainable solutions.
Patrick Brenner will join Emmy Award-winning journalist Lou Young on “Tough Times with Lou Young” radio show to discuss the recent approval of Holtec International’s permit for a consolidated interim storage facility of spent nuclear fuel.
Why and How to Stop Taxpayer-Funded Advocacy