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Mass Ave Episode 134: Tax Reform, Federal Spending & Jerusalem

This week, Heritage expert Romina Boccia discusses the latest on tax reform and federal spending. Also, Senior Research Fellow for Middle Eastern Affairs Jim Phillips breaks down the President's announcement on Jerusalem and why it's long overdue.

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Dec 7

Busting Budget Caps

Congress is considering another budget-cap-busting deal, increasing spending by $182 billion over this year and next. This deal would be bigger than the three previous deals combined. Congress should not bust the spending caps and prioritize defense spending with the spending limit enacted in the 2011 Budget Control Act law.

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Dec 7

SCOTUS 101: Sports Betting, Wedding Cakes & Lots of Bananas

This week, Elizabeth and Tiffany talk about SCOTUS advocates’ pre-argument rituals. They're also joined by Alliance Defending Freedom's Jordan Lorence to talk about the wedding cake case.

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Dec 6

Nile Gardiner to Testify on Brexit

Today, Nile Gardiner, director of Heritage's Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, and former aide to Lady Thatcher, will testify before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on emerging threats in Europe and Eurasia, the current state of Brexit negotiations, and the importance of a successful Brexit to the U.S.-U.K. Special Relationship. 

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Dec 6

Watch Expert Spar With LGBT Rights Advocate on Christian Baker Case

On Fox News’ “Outnumbered,” Heritage expert Ryan T. Anderson, discussed Jack Phillips' case with Wayne State University’s philosophy professor John Corvino. 

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Dec 4

Mass Ave Episode 133: Masterpiece Cakeshop Preview

This week, Heritage expert Emilie Kao is joined by Matt Sharp, senior legal counsel at ADF, to break down the upcoming Masterpiece Cakeshop Supreme Court case. Also, Nile Gardiner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, highlights the special relationship between the U.S. and U.K., including how the upcoming royal wedding and the President’s tweets will impact it.

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