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Heritage Expert on 'The Dr. Oz Show'
Should Americans be concerned about how Red Flag laws will impact their Second Amendment rights? Heritage expert Amy Swearer joined "The Dr. Oz Show" to discuss these laws—and how they work.
O'Brien An 'Excellent Choice' for National Security Adviser
“President Trump has made an excellent choice in appointing Robert O’Brien as his new National Security Adviser," said Heritage experts in a statement. "O’Brien’s diplomatic experience and record of national service will serve him well as he steps up to lead the National Security Council ... "
How the Air Force Got Its Start 72 Years Ago
Conceived in World War I and born out of the Army Signal Corps two years after the end of World War II, the Air Force was established through the National Security Act on Sept. 18, 1947. While by far the youngest of the four military branches within the Department of Defense, the Air Force crosses the boundaries of, and directly impacts the success of, every other branch and their collective support of the National Military Strategy.
Happy Constitution Day
Today marks 231 years since the most influential set of American laws were enacted. Even though the United States of America is a relatively young country, the U.S. Constitution is the oldest national constitution in continual use in the world. By articulating stable principles rather than detailed rules, the Founders gave us a timeless guide for good governance.
Heritage Expert Praises Repeal of Obama-era WOTUS
“The EPA and Army Corps of Engineers protect our nation’s waters best when they define what waters are regulated under the Clean Water Act in a manner consistent with the law itself, the U.S. Constitution, and a recognition that clear and objective definitions achieve positive environmental outcomes," said Heritage expert Daren Bakst. "The Obama Clean Water Rule — notorious for garnering widespread opposition — failed on all counts."
We Must Never Forget 9/11, Or the Lessons We Learned From It
"Of course, we should be willing to negotiate an end to conflict if we believe it might actually result in lasting peace. But if we just walk away and signal that we want out at all costs, we send the Taliban and others a message: that they can return to their malicious activity unabated," writes Heritage expert David Inserra.
Most gig workers love being their own bosses. But California lawmakers want to change that. https://herit.ag/2kqRuyf