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SCOTUS 101: RBG is Back

This week, Jason Snead joins Elizabeth Slattery to talk about Ruth Bader Ginsburg's return and the Court's ruling in an important 8th Amendment case. Elizabeth also chats with Judge Carlos Bea about being "the Great Dissenter of the Ninth Circuit."

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Feb 21

Europe Has a Choice -- Stand With the Free World, Or Stand With Iran

On Fox News, Heritage exert Nile Gardiner says that America’s European allies have a clear choice: Stand with the United States and the free world, or continue to appease the Iranian regime, the world’s biggest state sponsor of terror. 

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Feb 19

Heritage Explains: The Green New Deal

This week on the “Heritage Explains” podcast, Nick Loris, Heritage’s Herbert and Joyce Morgan Fellow in energy and environmental policy, explains what’s in the Green New Deal, how much it would cost, and if it would even combat climate change.

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Feb 19

The National Debt Should be a Bipartisan Issue

“Something that nobody is talking about here that should be a bipartisan issue is the national debt. Every American right now owes almost $70,000, or that’s their share of the national debt. It’s going to go up about $30,000 over the next 10 years," said Heritage expert Justin Bogie on CNBC's "Countdown to Closing Bell." 

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Feb 18

It's Washington's Birthday, Not Presidents' Day

"The third Monday in February has come to be known, wrongly, as President's Day. America's political leaders should take this occasion to remember Washington's deeds, recollect his advice, and again call the holiday celebrating him by its legal name: Washington's Birthday."

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Feb 15

What’s Good, Bad, and OK in the Omnibus Bill

Congress is back at it with a last-minute, massive spending bill that no one will have time to read. Late Wednesday night, House and Senate negotiators released text of a nearly 1,200 page omnibus spending bill that does nothing to reduce wasteful spending and is a letdown for America’s taxpayers. Lawmakers are expected vote on the bill by Thursday evening ..."

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