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North Carolina is on the verge of having a new $27.9 million state budget, and there is much to like about it. Among the highlights: Teachers will receive a 4.2-percent average increase in … more
Following are a few reactions to Friday’s historic U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson. The ruling overturned both the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and the 1992 decision in … more
With people rightly fuming over record-high gas prices, President Joe Biden recently announced his latest plan for fighting inflation, including elevated prices at the pump. But after months of … more
No one should be happy about the baby formula shortage. There’s nothing good about watching families scramble to meet life-and-death needs of society’s most vulnerable … more
As a charter school leader in the South Bronx for the past decade, I’ve seen what happens when resources are forcibly removed from the “privileged” and given to the … more
As Americans struggle to put gas in the tank, President Joe Biden appears to praise high gas prices as a necessary part of our historic shift from fossil fuels. “Here’s the … more
EDITOR’S NOTE: In the wake of last week’s horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, we are publishing the following excerpt from an article which Heritage Foundation scholar Emilie Kao … more
While many politicians on the left continue to downplay the issue of election fraud, threats to free and fair elections continue at an alarming rate, as our newest batch of cases for The Heritage … more
They may or may not have been playing the song “The World Turned Upside Down” when Lord Cornwallis’s troops surrendered to General Washington at Yorktown in 1781, but there’s … more
By any normal standard Uncle Sam should declare bankruptcy. Publicly held federal debt is more than 100 percent of GDP. Yet proposals for more spending continue to emerge. Activists are pushing … more
Hypocrisy is the constant in all politics, and politicians who preach principles (such as free speech) typically wield those principles instrumentally rather than adhere to them … more
The crime wave in America keeps getting worse, as evidenced by the bloody Easter weekend in New York City, during which 29 people were shot, one fatally, in 24 different incidents. And New York is … more
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