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Peter Brookes: U.S., Saudi Arabia Have 'Important Partnership'
Heritage expert Peter Brookes joined Fox News to talk about the recent news from Saudi Arabia, if it was a "rogue operation," and the need for patience as we move forward. "We need to do our own investigation," says Brookes. "We have a crisis here in our relationship and a personal tragedy and a human tragedy."
America Needs to Stabilize Libya
"As unpalatable as it may be, the United States should become more involved in one of the world’s most destabilizing conflicts. We are talking about Libya. The North African country remains in turmoil with the effects of the conflict rippling through three continents, and no realistic prospect of a resolution soon," write Heritage experts James Carafano and Joshua Meservey in The Hill.
SCOTUS 101: 4-4 Splits & Potential Rearguments
Sheldon Gilbert from the National Constitution Center joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about Justice Kavanaugh's first week at SCOTUS and what might happen with potential 4-4 decisions. They play a round of Supreme Trivia. Elizabeth also chats with new 11th Circuit Judge Lisa Branch.
Elizabeth Warren Shows How Unpopular Identity Politics Is
"Warren is making it plainly obvious that we’re all a mix, a bit of this and a dash of that. If there is a power struggle taking place, it is internal — your French genes fighting your English ones in some intestinal Waterloo," writes Heritage expert Mike Gonzalez in The Hill.
McConnell, Graham Recount Highlights, Lowlights of Kavanaugh Fight
Tonight, Sen. Lindsey Graham and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered remarks at The Heritage Foundation President's Club Meeting. "The man I'm about to bring to the stage is responsible for single-handedly saving the Supreme Court and the judiciary," said Heritage's John Malcolm as he introduced McConnell.
Congress Can Slash the Cost of Health Care Premiums
A proposal to repeal Obamacare entitlements and replace them with grants to states would reduce premiums for individual coverage by as much as 32 percent, according to an analysis by the Center for Health and Economy.