From socialism, the electoral college, rise of identity politics, we combine “man on the street” -style interviews from around Washington, D.C. with personal stories and expert analysis on every binge-worthy weekly episode.
In this innovative series, we debunk the most common political myths plaguing young Americans, through a combination of on-the-street interviews from around Washington, D.C., featuring personal stories and expert analysi
Why is The Media So Biased?
This week Tiffany Roberts sits down with Rob Bluey, vice president of communications at The Heritage Foundation and the executive editor of The Daily Signal, to debunk myths about media bias.
Is Cancelling Student Loan Debt a Bad Idea?
This week, Tiffany Roberts sits down with Mary Clare Amselem, a policy analyst in the Heritage Foundation’s Center for Education to debunk myths about the student loan crisis.
Gender Identity: Does It Belong in Our Public Schools?
This week, Tiffany Roberts sits down with Emilie Kao, director of Heritage’s DeVos Center for Religion & Civil Society to debunk myths about teaching children about gender identity and sexual orientation.How Could Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Laws Affect You?https://www.heritage.org/gender/heritage-explains/the-equality-act
Why Is Rent So High?
This week, Tiffany Roberts sits down with Joel Griffith,Research Fellow in Heritage’s Roe Institute to discuss high rental costs, rent control, and much more.
Climate Change: Are We on the Brink of a Mass Extinction?
This week, Tiffany Roberts sits down with Nick Loris, deputy director of Heritage’s Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies to discuss whether there is a climate change crisis, Greta Thunberg, the problem with the Green New Deal, and much more.
Should the Minimum Wage be Raised to $15 an Hour?
In the final episode of this mini-series, host Samantha Renck sits down with Rachel Greszler to discuss the economic impact of a federally-mandated $15 minimum wage, what demographic would be impacted the most, and much more. Greszler is a research fellow in the Grover M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget. In this innovative series Samantha Renck debunks the most common myths plaguing the youngest generations of Americans. From socialism, the electoral college, and the rise of identity politics, Samantha combines “man on the street” -style interviews from around Washington, D.C. with personal stories and expert analysis on every binge-worthy weekly episode.