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6 hrs ago

"Homeschooled Jungle Freaks"

On this episode of COVID and the Classroom, Mary Clare sits down with two incredible moms, Bethany Mandel and Jenny Clark, to tackle some homeschooling stereotypes. Are homeschooled kids, as they are referred to in the movie Mean Girls, homeschooled jungle freaks? Bethany and Jenny also offer advice for parents looking into homeschooling for the first time due to the pandemic.

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7 hrs ago

President Trump Recognizes Heritage Scholar for Work on American History

President Trump recently praised the efforts of Heritage's Wilfred McClay for helping the National Endowment for the Humanities to promote a pro-American and patriotic national curriculum. “Under our leadership, the National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a grant to support the development of a pro-American curriculum that celebrates the truth about our nation’s great history,” said Trump.  
 

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7 hrs ago

Why the Electoral College Is so Necessary

As the presidential election draws nearer, leftist leaders have grown bolder in their calls to fundamentally change America’s electoral system by abolishing the Electoral College. Experts at The Heritage Foundation have produced a website that explain why this would be disastrous.  

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Sep 25

Heritage Applauds Congressional Effort to Reduce Regulatory Burdens in COVID-19 Response  

“Government bureaucracy should not delay public health response efforts or stall economic recovery. Initial failures in coronavirus response caused by many unneeded, inefficient regulatory barriers are the consequence of heavy-handed government regulations," write Heritage experts in a statement. 

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Sep 24

COVID-19: Still a New York Story

New Heritage research shows, as of Aug. 22, the death rate of 2,196 per million residents recorded in the New York City metropolitan statistical area is almost twice that of its nearest rival, Detroit, at 1,177. Furthermore, the gap between New York City’s COVID-19-related death rate and those of cities that have experienced more recent outbreaks is even more pronounced.

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Sep 22

John Malcolm on Ben Shapiro Show

Heritage's John Malcolm joined "The Ben Shapiro Show" to discuss the process of filling the Supreme Court vacancy after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and President Trump's potential picks to fill this vacancy. 

Watch the must-see interview