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Heritage Explains: The Lies Fueling the Rise of Anti-Semitism
After the recent shooting at a synagogue in Southern California, and several other attacks against Jewish people happening around the country, Heritage expert Joel Griffith helps explain why Anti-Semitism is on the rise, and we shed light on the lies perpetuating it.
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The SAT 'Diversity Score'
It's problematic that you can't contest the college board's 'diversity score,' said Heritage expert Mary Clare Amselem on HLN Network.
Celebrating Women’s Right to Vote
Today marks the 100-year anniversary since the U.S. House of Representatives passed a constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote. It was approved by a vote of 304-90. To commemorate the event, House members will wear yellow roses on their lapels as they vote on a resolution marking the celebration. This is the first of many commemorative celebrations planned throughout the year.
SCOTUS 101: The Tweeter Laureate of Texas
Elizabeth Slattery chats with Fifth Circuit Judge Don Willett about how he learned he was on President Trump's Supreme Court short list, where to find the best BBQ in Austin, and why he walked away from Twitter.
SCOTUS 101: Abortion, Capital Punishment & iPhones
This week fellow Heritage scholar Tom Jipping joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about abortion, capital punishment, and iPhones. Elizabeth also chats with CNN's Joan Biskupic about what goes on behind closed doors at the Supreme Court and her new book about Chief Justice John Roberts.
America’s Biggest Issues: Religious Freedom
The first amendment to the United States constitution begins, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” Fast forward almost 250 years and religious freedom is one of the most pressing issues in American culture today.