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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
In the United States, we have the right to remain silent. That is, unless you are a celebrity, a major corporation, a professional sports league or almost any other public entity when a … more
In yet another silly bid to win lefties’ love, Team Biden is extending the freeze on student-loan payments — which is mainly a gift to the well-off. Progressives want President Joe … more
Kevin Roberts, president of the Heritage Foundation (heritage.org) in Washington, has released the following statement on President Biden’s fiscal year 2023 budget request. “Excessive … more
Economic freedom is responsible for more advances in living standards, health, knowledge, multicultural harmony and social justice than anything else we’ve come up with in the last 2,000 years. … more
Ten months ago, Jeremy Siegel issued a dire warning about the trajectory of prices. “The money supply since the beginning of the pandemic … has gone up almost 30 percent,” … more
By SANDY HURLEYand BILL MOSS For decades North Carolina has ranked near the bottom of all states in the country when it comes to the public’s right to know what went wrong when a government … more
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