Global Think Tank Virtual Town Hall Features Heritage Foundation Leaders
Heritage's Rob Bluey and Bridgett Wagner were among presenters at last week's Global Think Tank Virtual Town Hall. The meeting, organized by the University of Pennsylvania’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program, brought together over 550 scholars and executives from the leading think tanks from around the world.
SCOTUS 101: The Grand Finale
The term has ended with a bang! In this final episode of the season, GianCarlo and Amy discuss the blockbuster cases handed down this week, which addressed whether the President must release his tax returns, whether nearly half of Oklahoma is, in fact, an Indian reservation, whether the Little Sisters have to provide contraceptives in violation of their religious beliefs, and more.
Supreme Court Ruling Finally Lets Nuns Live Out Their Faith
"It is truly heartbreaking that in a nation where we hold religious liberty as one of our highest ideals, government attempted to force religious organizations like the Little Sisters of the Poor to act against their most deeply held religious beliefs ...," said Heritage President Kay C. James. "This ruling preserves fundamental religious liberties and is good news for all Americans, regardless of faith.”
10 Recommendations for Reopening Schools
Many families rely on the custodial function of the physical K-12 school to enable them to go to work... The National Coronavirus Recovery Commission recently released a comprehensive set of 264 recommendations to guide America through this pandemic, while protecting both lives and livelihoods.
China Not Used to Pushback -- They're Finally Getting Some
Heritage's James Carafano joined Fox Business recently to talk about the latest from China, the Chinese Communist Party's broken promises to Hong Kong, and the need for strong U.S. policy toward China to protect U.S. interests. "A lot of people don't want to have to stand up to China," said Carafano, "but they're going to have to."
Will Postal Reform Leave Rural Americans in the Cold?
Would postal reform kill rural mail delivery? Some argue that reforms to give the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) more flexibility to decide its service levels and allow competition from private companies would leave rural areas behind, damaging or ending mail delivery to more remote locations. But the world in which government monopolies could keep competitors at bay is rapidly disappearing.