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Section 230—Mend It, Don’t End It

Klon Kitchen

Oct 27, 2020 18 min read

Heritage’s Perspective

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Heritage Foundation PSAs Encourage All Americans to Vote

“The right to vote is among the most sacred rights we have as Americans. It is fundamental to our democracy,” says Heritage Foundation President Kay C. James. “This election season, everyone must exercise his or her right to vote. And all of us must work together to ensure that our elections are safe and that each vote is counted with the highest level of integrity.” 

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Perspectives: Justice Amy Coney Barrett

Senators Blackburn and Ernst reflect on a successful confirmation process. The Senators also speak about what it means to have the courage of your convictions and give their advice to anyone thinking about public service.

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23 hrs ago

Does the Us Owe Amnesty to Future Illegal Immigrants?

"Promise of amnesty is the single greatest public relations coup for coyotes (smugglers) imaginable. They will use that promise to recruit many tens-of-thousands of illegal immigrants to pay them many tens-of-millions of dollars to try to sneak them, including children, across the border," writes Heritage's Lora Ries in The Hill. 

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Oct 26

Identity Politics and Woke Culture

Identity politics and "woke culture" have taken over our schools. How did this start? Where is it going? And what can we do to stop this? Mary Clare is joined by The Manhattan Institute's Max Eden and The Heritage Foundation's Mike Gonzalez to discuss these tough issues.

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Oct 26

How Critical Race Theory is Dividing America

How woke is your workplace? This week, on the “Heritage Explains” podcast, Christopher Rufo, a Heritage Foundation visiting fellow, explains what critical race theory is and how it’s dividing America.

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Oct 23

The Truth About a $15 Federal Minimum Wage

Artificially driving up the minimum wage to $15 eliminates jobs that do not create $38,000 worth of value or more per year (the cost of wages, required taxes, and the Obamacare penalty). A $15 minimum wage has exacerbated homelessness in San Francisco, where employers cannot afford to hire homeless people who simply do not provide $15 worth of work.

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