The former Police Commissioner of New York City, William Bratton, gave the keynote address while the police chiefs of both Baltimore and Washington, DC were in attendance.
You can watch the event below:
The creation of law is only half the battle; enforcement of law ensures success, and it’s no easy task.
The Trump Administration is setting new law enforcement priorities, including establishing a new Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety focused on reducing violent crime and supporting police.
What about law enforcement in America do you think needs to change? How do we make that change possible?
Tax reform is one of the most important legislative priorities for Congress and the administration this fall. Good tax reform will unleash economic growth, creating greater opportunity and prosperity for all Americans.
This week, the communications team at Heritage released a video on the impact of tax reform on an average, middle-class American family.
Watch the video below:
Tax reform is a critical issue that is needed to give new life to our economy and put more money back in the pockets of the taxpayer.
Heritage has long advocated for a robust tax reform overhaul and will continue to show the need for major change on this issue.
Sound tax reform should achieve:
Lower individual and business tax rates
Establish the right tax base
Eliminate the bias against savings and investment
Eliminate tax preferences
Simplify the tax system and make it more transparent so taxpayers fully understand how much they pay to fund the federal government
A number of people who reject the findings of mainstream climate science are being considered by the Trump administration for spots on EPA’s Science Advisory Board, a voluntary but influential panel that reviews science used in environmental regulations.
Regarding Dayaratna’s role:
Kevin Dayaratna, a statistician at the conservative Heritage Foundation: His report was cited by Trump as a reason to withdraw from the Paris climate accord. It claimed that the agreement could shrink U.S. gross domestic product by $2.5 trillion within two decades.