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Free Enterprise Is the Best Remedy for Online Bias Concerns
By enacting government licensing of online speech, the Ending Support for Internet Censorship Act would risk increasing censorship instead of preventing it. "To the extent that platforms censor political views, the solution is not to impose government censorship. The better policy is to apply fundamental conservative principles that empower consumers, investors, and competitors—not government," writes Heritage's Diane Katz.
Climate Change: Are We on the Brink of a Mass Extinction?
The second season of our hit podcast, "Millennial Myths," makes its debut today. In this week's episode, our host asks young Americans about the "climate change crisis," and then debunks the myths with Nick Loris, deputy director of Heritage's Roe Institute for Economic Freedom and the Herbert and Joyce Morgan fellow.
Federal Clerkship Training Academy
We will host our 2nd annual Federal Judicial Clerkship Training Academy on Feb. 26-28, 2020. The academy includes sessions on originalism, textualism, legal writing, and other legal matter, all aimed at preparing attendees to excel as clerks in the U.S. federal court system. We have already confirmed several prominent circuit court judges, law professors, and practitioners to serve as speakers. Applications are due Nov. 22.
Index of Military Strength Finds Preparedness to Defend Homeland ‘Marginal’
The latest Index of U.S. Military Strength is a one-of-a-kind assessment, which unpacks American preparedness to achieve three primary goals by measuring U.S. military capacity, capability, and readiness. These metrics suggest that the United States must maintain a sufficiently sized and advanced military force that is ready to “fight tonight” if needed.
A Conversation with Alex Flint and Alex Brill
In the 7th episode of Liberty & Justice for All, Heritage’s Jack Spencer and Paul Winfree talk with Alex Flint of the Alliance for Market Solutions and Alex Brill a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute about the carbon tax.
What Happens if the House Impeaches Trump?
If the House of Representatives votes to impeach president Trump like they did with Clinton and Johnson, what happens next in the Senate? What will the media landscape be like? Listen to or read part one of Heritage's three part podcast series on impeachment.
Much of the attention for House Resolution 660, has failed to note the significant differences with resolutions authorizing previous presidential impeachments. https://herit.ag/2pfqeoQ