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Latest Tides Center Items
Who is funding the efforts to get ex-felons registered to vote in Virginia? Apparently it's the George Soros-funded Tides Foundation.
America faces a climate crisis, we are repeatedly told, and must do everything possible to avert it.
Yesterday, I noted a sure sign that summer is nearly over: There were commercials on TV for ingredients to make school lunches.
"The New Leviathan," a book by David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin that was reviewed in The Washington Times on June 4, mischaracterizes the Pew Charitable Trusts' work and provides erroneous information about our grants to the Tides Center.
Kevin Knoblach, president of the Union of Concerned Scientists, exhibits shocking hypocrisy about transparent funding in his recent letter to The Washington Times ("Heartland inconsistent on document theft," Tuesday).
Is it racist to require people to show a photo ID when they vote? You need a photo ID for nearly any meaningful transaction, such as cashing checks, including government checks. If this simple requirement "suppresses" the vote, maybe we need to ask why it's such a great idea to push for universal suffrage for every adult who is merely breathing.