Biden’s Actions Speak Louder Than His Words
President Joe Biden delivered a memorable inaugural address, filled with calls to unity and healing for a badly fractured nation. His words rang hollow, however, in light of the divisive executive orders he’s since issued. “If our new president is going to be more interested pandering to his base than in delivering for all Americans, he’ll go down in history not as the great healer, but as just another lip-service politician who squandered an opportunity to bring our country together,” James writes in her latest op-ed. Read the full op-ed to learn more about how Biden’s executive orders contradict his message of healing. For a better understanding of executive orders, read Heritage’s popular explainer.
Driving Conservatives Underground
It Doesn’t Matter Who Did or Did Not Own Slaves
By Destroying History, Liberals Make an Example of Themselves
The War for Free Speech Is Here
Who’s the Real Party of the Rich?
Joe Biden – There’s no fool like an old fool
How the man who eradicated smallpox would have handled coronavirus
Make Patriotism Viral Again
Mob Violence Must Not Be Tolerated
Equipping Medical Providers to Cope With the Next Pandemic
Pelosi Spreads Vicious Lie That President Trump Is Being Blackmailed
Five Justices vs. The People
A Sharpe Contrast on Religion
Pro-Life News Report
• Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Pro-Life Law Saving Babies From Abortion
• Pro-Life Groups Slam Chief Justice John Roberts for Selling Out Unborn Babies
• Trump’s Supreme Court Judges Both Voted to Uphold Pro-Life Law Saving Babies From Abortion
• Justice Clarence Thomas: Abortion is “Without a Shred of Support From the Constitution’s Text”
More Pro-Life News
• Joe Biden Celebrates Abortion, Calls Killing Babies in Abortions a “Constitutional Right”
• Planned Parenthood Celebrates Supreme Court Decision, Says Pro-Life Abortion Laws are “Racist”
• Vice President Mike Pence Slams Abortion: “All Lives Matter, Born and Unborn”
• Legislator Who Sponsored Pro-Life Law Slams SCOTUS: They Care More About Abortion Than Women
To read the news, visit LifeNews.com.
How Do We Prepare for Future Pandemics?
The National Coronavirus Recovery Commission released a new set of recommendations that focus on the steps that government leaders and the private sector can take to prevent future pandemics. Effective preparedness requires looking back at where big-government policies failed and providing solutions for governments at every level to better understand the scope of both their responsibility and accountability before the next crisis. “Saving lives and livelihoods in the wake of the coronavirus requires policymakers to honestly evaluate what went wrong as we prepare for another wave of the virus and future pandemics,” said Kay C. James, president of The Heritage Foundation and chair of the commission.
Read more to learn about the commission’s latest recommendations.
For those who are REALLY interested you can read the full 74 page report HERE
Apr 13, 2020
Good morning. To those who celebrated Passover and Easter in the last few days, I hope your celebrations were blessed and peaceful. So many people are eager to get back to work. At Heritage, we launched the National Coronavirus Recovery Commission, which released a five-phase plan for reopening America. You can read more about the plan below. Americans across the country are wondering if the measures we are taking to fight coronavirus are not worth the economic costs. Heritage President Kay C. James explains that this isn’t the right way to look at the matter: saving lives and livelihoods must be a two-fold goal. Read her latest op-ed. Meanwhile, the Left is attempting to use this opportunity to change the voting process to their advantage. Heritage legal expert Hans von Spakovsky explains why we must be vigilant to protect election integrity. Here in D.C., Heritage headquarters is still closed, but social distancing isn’t stopping us from hosting great events that you can “attend” online! Check out our list of upcoming webinars to find an event that interests you. Lastly, don’t forget that you can find a full collection of Heritage’s research on the coronavirus here: heritage.org/coronavirus
The National Coronavirus Recovery Commission held its first meeting Thursday, bringing together 17 experts whose mission is “save lives and livelihoods.” At the conclusion of Thursday’s meeting, the commission announced a five-phase plan for when and how to begin to get Americans’ lives “back to normal” again. Commission Chairwoman Kay C. James, president of The Heritage Foundation, said we must prioritize getting people back to work, but only as soon as it is safe enough to do so. “Americans want to ensure their families are kept safe and healthy,” James said. “The commission agrees that it is critically important to build the American people’s confidence that we can safely return to some semblance of normal soon. The way to build that confidence is to adopt a phased approach that mitigates the spread of the coronavirus, vastly improves testing, expands our capabilities to quickly find treatments and possibly a cure, and ensures we are better prepared to confront future pandemics.” Read more to find out the details of the commission’s five-phase plan and stay up to date by visiting CoronavirusCommission.com.