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Space Force, Done Right, Will Move U.S. Ahead
Just as there is no doubt about our reliance on the things we've put in space, so there is no doubt that these valuable assets are vulnerable to everything from cyber attacks to satellites being shot down by hostile powers.
Interest to Surpass Defense by 2023
Growing spending is driving deficits to ever higher levels. The cost of servicing the public debt is projected to triple before the end of the decade. By 2023, the government will spend more on interest than national defense.
SCOTUS 101: Running the BK5K
Former law clerk Justin Walker joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about working for Judge Kavanaugh and Justice Kennedy, running the BK5K, and the single best Kavanaugh opinion.
The Santa Fe High School Shooting Survivors the Media Ignored
This week, The Daily Signal's Kelsey Harkness talks about her interview with Santa Fe High School students on the one month anniversary of the shooting. Also, Heritage expert Amy Swearer helps to explain some of the policy issues around our nations school safety crisis.
Is a Judge a Player or an Umpire?
"Judge Brett Kavanaugh has embraced the parallel between a judge and an umpire. In March 2015 speech at Catholic University School of Law, for example, he outlined ten principles by which a 'good judge' is like an umpire. 'To be an umpire as a judge,' he said, 'means to follow the law and not to make or re-make the law — and to be impartial in how we go about doing that.”'
Libertarianism vs. Conservatism
Tonight interns from the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation will go head-to-head to answer the question: Is libertarianism or conservatism the superior political philosophy?