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Here’s How Much Red Tape Trump Has Cut

Diane Katz

Oct 17, 2018 5 min read

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Oct 19

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.

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Oct 19

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.

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Oct 17

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. 

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Oct 15

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. 

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Oct 12

How Strong is the United States Military?

After a long needed boost in defense spending, does the United States military have what it needs to protect our interest at home and abroad? On this episode of "Heritage Explains," Dakota Wood, a senior research fellow in Heritage's Center for National Defense and editor of the Index, walks us through some of the reports most important findings.

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Oct 11

Will Nikki Haley Lead Again?

"Nikki Haley's resignation as ambassador to the United Nations inevitably set off speculation about her future plans, including a White House run. There’s no question she’d make a great foreign policy president, full stop. That said, the prospects of a President Haley has a lot more consequence for global geopolitics than American politics," writes Heritage's James Carafano in The Hill. 

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