High Court’s 9-0 Ruling Lowers Bar for Filing Anti-DEI Discrimination Lawsuits

 
 
April 18 2024
 
 
 
 
COMMENTARY
High Court's 9-0 Ruling Lowers Bar for Filing Anti-DEI Discrimination Lawsuits
By GianCarlo Canaparo

A low-profile case decided Wednesday by the Supreme Court could have big implications for employers' diversity, equity, and inclusion programs.
NEWS
EXCLUSIVE: Congressman Calls on House to Pass Bill Banning Earmarks
By Virginia Allen

"Basically, an earmark is taxpayer funding for a personalized pet project for a particular district or special interest group," says Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C.
NEWS
'Import a New Electorate': Congress Alarmed by Flyers in Mexico Urging Illegal Aliens to Vote Biden
By Fred Lucas

"Democrats want permanent power and they are willing to import a new electorate to get it," says Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind.
COMMENTARY
Brussels Authorities Shut Down Conservative Conference, Afraid of Conservatism Gaining Momentum in Europe
By Chris DeMuth

This was a political action by left-progressive politicians who do not like the views at the conference—and who fear the increasing success of nationalist and conservative ideas in European politics.
NEWS
Senate Dismisses DHS Secretary Mayorkas Impeachment Case
By Virginia Allen

Sen. Ted Cruz warns that Democrats' dismissal of the case sends a message to other Biden Cabinet members to ignore the law.  
COMMENTARY
Joining UAW Would Be Loser for Volkswagen Employees
By Diana Furchtgott-Roth

Volkswagen workers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, will vote this week on whether to join the United Auto Workers, and President Biden is trying to help.
ANALYSIS
What's Riding on a Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Case Before Supreme Court?
By Virginia Allen

Heritage Foundation legal expert Seth Lucas explains the details of the case and what the ruling will mean for those men and women who are facing charges for their actions on Jan. 6. 
NEWS
Rep. Stefanik Grills Columbia University President at Second House Antisemitism Hearing
By Jarrett Stepman

Rep. Elise Stefanik presses Columbia President Minouche Shafik on tenured Columbia Professor Joseph Massad, who called the Oct. 7 Hamas attack "awesome" a week after it occurred
COMMENTARY
Don't Look to Baby Boomers for Wisdom About Romance
By Katrina Trinko

The divorce of "Golden Bachelor" couple Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist comes as older Americans' divorce and STD rates are increasing.
COMMENTARY
ICYMI: 'Unpacking' the Court: Why the Left Wants Sotomayor Gone
By Peter Parisi

If ever there was proof that the Left views the Supreme Court as just another legislative body to lobby, it's their shameless efforts to pressure Justice Sonia Sotomayor to retire.
 
     
 
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