Category Archives: The Heritage Foundation

George Mason University Honors Scalia Legacy by Naming Law School After the Late Justice

George Mason University Honors Scalia Legacy by Naming Law School After the Late Justice Elizabeth Slattery / April 01, 2016 George Mason University has announced it will rename its law school after the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. This stands in stark contrast to Georgetown Law Center, which sadly was embroiled in controversy over whether to even mourn the… Read more »

The Insider – what the conservative movement has been thinking, writing, saying, and doing to win battles for liberty.

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    The Insider – what the conservative movement has been thinking, writing, saying, and doing to win battles for liberty.  April 2, 2016     The question of mandatory union fees will be settled another day, as the Supreme Court has punted on Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association. Meanwhile, compelled union politics appears alive and well in Chicago. It… Read more »

Georgia’s Republican Governor Nathan Deal, Caves to Big Business, Vetoes Religious Freedom Bill

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  Georgia’s Republican Governor Nathan Deal, Caves to Big Business, Vetoes Religious Freedom Bill Ryan T. Anderson / March 28, 2016 Georgia’s Republican Governor Nathan Deal has caved to pressure from big business and special interests and vetoed a very modest religious liberty bill. This shows the lack of courage of many in the political class, and it also highlights… Read more »

After Huge Minimum Wage Hike, What California’s Economic Future Could Look Like

Bernie Aanders $15-hour minimum wage

  After Huge Minimum Wage Hike, What California’s Economic Future Could Look Like Melissa Quinn / March 28, 2016 California lawmakers and labor leaders are cheering a new deal that, if passed, raises the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, making the Golden State the first in the country to do so. But labor experts are already warning that… Read more »

The Heritage Insider – The Little Sisters of the Poor had their day in court this week

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The Heritage Insider –  The Little Sisters of the Poor had their day in court this week March 26, 2016     The Little Sisters of the Poor had their day in court this week; they want to know why Pepsi, Exxon, and Visa get an exemption from the contraception mandate, but they don’t. ObamaCare is 6-years-old and the results… Read more »