Heritage Action Headlines

  • Editorial: After Affirmative Action?

    The lawsuit against Harvard may spell the end of race-based college admissions. Applauding that end is right—but insufficient.

    The Weekly Standard
  • The Shared Benefits of Affirmative Action

    As an Asian-American alumnus of Harvard, I know it’s incorrect to think of race-conscious admissions policies as helping just the lucky few.

  • The Uncertain Fate of Affirmative Action

    “It remains an enduring challenge to our nation’s education system to reconcile the pursuit of diversity with the constitutional promise of equal treatment and dignity,” Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote in a Supreme Court opinion two years ago. The University of Texas, he a majority of justices concluded, had met this challenge with its admissions policies. The 4-3 ruling in 2016’s Fisher v. University of Texas effectively meant that American universities could lawfully consider racial diversity...

    The New Republic
  • Vision Zero Action Plan

    Denver city officials want to hear from residents and neighborhood groups about projects to make walkers safer. They are asking people to visit denvergov.org/VisionZero to share their input.

  • No to US military action in Venezuela

    Some commentators are agitating for U.S.-led regime change in Venezuela. That would be a grave mistake.

    Washington Examiner
  • Follow the action from Old Trafford

    Manchester United will be aiming for a fourth straight win as they welcome Wolves to Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon. GLEN WILLIAMS brings you live coverage of this 3pm kick-off.

    Mail Online