To Reach Younger Audiences, Policymaker should Turn to the Environment

It is no secret the conservative movement in America struggles to attract younger voters. Research conducted by the Pew Research Center shows that only 12% of millennials identify as conservative or mostly conservative. One policy issue that could help conservatives grow their ranks among younger voters is the environment.  Compared to other generations, younger voters have […]

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What to Watch for During Amy Coney Barrett’s Senate Confirmation Hearings

The second day of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings begin Tuesday morning. GianCarlo Canaparo, a Heritage Foundation legal fellow and co-host of the “SCOTUS 101” podcast, joins our show to discuss what to watch for and what questions he hopes Senate Judiciary Committee members will ask Barrett.  Canaparo also previews how he and Heritage […]

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A Look Back at Trump’s Health Care Reforms

This article is an excerpt from the “2020 Mandate for Leadership: A Clear Vision for the Next Administration.” It looks back at policy decisions made by the Trump administration over the past four years. You can purchase your copy of “Mandate 2020” here. The 2016 election produced a president and congressional majority committed to repealing and […]

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Former Uighur Detention Camp Teacher Describes Interrogations, Screaming, Imprisonments  

A woman who claims she formerly taught in Uighur detention camps in China said she witnessed conditions of the facilities and alleged that she heard screaming during interrogations of prisoners in an interview with Radio Free Asia. Fifty-one-year-old Qelbinur Sidik has told multiple media outlets, including Radio Free Asia, that she was forced to teach classes […]

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Mayoral Candidate in Texas Charged With Over 100 Counts of Voter Fraud

When police arrested Zul Mirza Mohamed on suspicion of voter fraud Wednesday night, prosecutors say, the candidate for mayor in Carrollton, Texas, was stuffing envelopes with mail-in ballot applications to send to Dallas County. However, Texas state and local law enforcement officials allege that Mohamed’s illicit activities ran far deeper than what he was caught […]

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Here We Go Again: Cuomo, de Blasio Blame Jews for Jump in COVID-19 Cases

Each year during the Jewish religious festival of Sukkot, New York City shuts down Kingston Avenue in Crown Heights to allow thousands of local residents the opportunity to safely celebrate in dance and song. But this past week—under the guise of fighting COVID-19—New York City attempted to shut down this religious gathering by using physical […]

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