Ashley Bateman

Ashley Bateman is a policy reform writer for The Heartland Institute and contributor to The Federalist as well as a blog writer for Ascension Press. Her work has been featured in The Washington Times, The Daily Caller, The New York Post, The American Thinker and numerous other publications. She previously worked as an adjunct scholar for The Lexington Institute and as editor, writer and photographer for The Warner Weekly, a publication for the American military community in Bamberg, Germany. Ashley earned a BA in literature from the College of William and Mary.
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Employees Face Pressure to Get COVID-19 Vaccines

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued guidelines on December 16 stating employers can require workers to receive vaccinations as a condition of work, with exceptions for disability or religious reasons.

District Debates COVID-19 Vaccines for Children to Get Teachers Back

"COVID-19 is not a threat to young people in terms of serious illness and mortality. This is a fact. Second fact: we do not know the safety or efficacy of any of the experimental vaccines particularly in young people."

Pop Culture Rethinks Obesity to Prevent “Body Shaming”

"When someone is overweight and we instruct them of the benefits of healthier lifestyle which can result in weight loss, it is not intended as a pejorative but rather fulfilling our oath to assist them in living a longer more fulfilling and functional life.”

Mask Mandates for Children Frustrate Parents

Within two hours of nomasksforkids.com went live, 70 incidents of mask harm to children were reported.

Parents Get Options to Escape School Lockdowns

President Trump approved the use of grants to help cover the costs of in-person education, including enrollment in private schools, allowing parents to get their children back in classrooms.

‘Health Care 20/20’ Plan Proposes Portable, Flexible Coverage

As workers become more mobile and endure the loss of employment because of pandemic shutdowns, the employer-sponsored health care model that covers more than 157 million Americans is primed for revision

Senate Bill Would Create Task Force to Monitor Public Health Statements

“[Peters] is attempting to choose censorship as the tool to suppress all dissenting expert voices instead of discussing what those voices have to say and letting logic and reasoning guide policy,”

Colleges Demand Students Get Flu Shots

Public and private colleges and universities across the United States are now requiring their students to get flu shots, despite the fact that seasonal influenza rates remain low

Flu Nearly Nonexistent as Season Starts

The fear of a so-called wintertime “twin-demic” of flu and COVID-19 overwhelming hospitals is looking less and less likely, as flu rates so far are significantly below those of recent years.

Michigan Orders Restaurants, Bars to Collect Patrons’ Names

Many Michigan restaurants have decided to shut down their dining areas in response to the new order.

Ashley Bateman

Ashley Bateman is a policy reform writer for The Heartland Institute and contributor to The Federalist as well as a blog writer for Ascension Press. Her work has been featured in The Washington Times, The Daily Caller, The New York Post, The American Thinker and numerous other publications. She previously worked as an adjunct scholar for The Lexington Institute and as editor, writer and photographer for The Warner Weekly, a publication for the American military community in Bamberg, Germany. Ashley earned a BA in literature from the College of William and Mary.

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Employees Face Pressure to Get COVID-19 Vaccines

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued guidelines on December 16 stating employers can require workers to receive vaccinations as a condition of work, with exceptions for disability or religious reasons.

District Debates COVID-19 Vaccines for Children to Get Teachers Back

"COVID-19 is not a threat to young people in terms of serious illness and mortality. This is a fact. Second fact: we do not know the safety or efficacy of any of the experimental vaccines particularly in young people."

Pop Culture Rethinks Obesity to Prevent “Body Shaming”

"When someone is overweight and we instruct them of the benefits of healthier lifestyle which can result in weight loss, it is not intended as a pejorative but rather fulfilling our oath to assist them in living a longer more fulfilling and functional life.”

Mask Mandates for Children Frustrate Parents

Within two hours of nomasksforkids.com went live, 70 incidents of mask harm to children were reported.

Parents Get Options to Escape School Lockdowns

President Trump approved the use of grants to help cover the costs of in-person education, including enrollment in private schools, allowing parents to get their children back in classrooms.

‘Health Care 20/20’ Plan Proposes Portable, Flexible Coverage

As workers become more mobile and endure the loss of employment because of pandemic shutdowns, the employer-sponsored health care model that covers more than 157 million Americans is primed for revision

Senate Bill Would Create Task Force to Monitor Public Health Statements

“[Peters] is attempting to choose censorship as the tool to suppress all dissenting expert voices instead of discussing what those voices have to say and letting logic and reasoning guide policy,”

Colleges Demand Students Get Flu Shots

Public and private colleges and universities across the United States are now requiring their students to get flu shots, despite the fact that seasonal influenza rates remain low

Flu Nearly Nonexistent as Season Starts

The fear of a so-called wintertime “twin-demic” of flu and COVID-19 overwhelming hospitals is looking less and less likely, as flu rates so far are significantly below those of recent years.

Michigan Orders Restaurants, Bars to Collect Patrons’ Names

Many Michigan restaurants have decided to shut down their dining areas in response to the new order.