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  • Morning Bell: Bookmark It...Foundry.org

    We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our redesigned blog, The Foundry, now available at www.foundry.org. The Foundry is the conservative policy news blog that offers the latest and greatest from The Heritage Foundation. Every day, Heritage experts and analysts provide insight into the day’s news, using well-crafted research, data, charts and analysis. You’ll also find commentary on breaking news, national policy, congressional events and the White House.

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    11 Responses to Morning Bell: Bookmark It...Foundry.org

    1. Blair, Franconia, NH says:

      I will.

    2. David, St. Louis says:

      Looks good, aside from the obvious server-strain this morning.

      Comments are still moderated! Ah, oh well.

    3. Jim Tegethoff, Wichi says:

      What site can someone get on to determine how conversative a Representative or Sentor is from there State.

    4. Bob Bluey says:

      I like the new format. Great Job!!!!!

    5. Harry Mina, Kansas C says:

      Looks good to me. I like the format and look forward to reading it every morning.

    6. Gary Underwood, Edmond, OK says:

      When I clicked the highlight for The Foundry Mozilla Firefox gave me an error page. At least twice. I opened IE it went straight to your page. Thought people would like to know.

    7. Jeff Nelson, Anchora says:

      I'm a new member to the Heritage Foundation and I'm telling every Conservative I know to sign up!

    8. Eugene Bryn Mawr says:

      More fluid and inviting! Spiritual fortitude….. 'For These We Strive' Philadelphia Light Horse 1774 Motto.

      Thanks for what you do….Keep the faith!

    9. fred tuccillo tren says:

      This pertains to the Health Care reform that President Obama and his minions in Congress are trying to foister on the citizens of the United States. If the plan is so good, why has Congress already decided to make all members of Congress exempt from being covered by it. They will be keeping the plan that they presently have. I have to assume that their plan will extend to the executive branch also, if it already doesn't do so. We are starting on a slippery slope to Socialism, and in my opinion, that stinks to high heaven.

    10. Harry Baro, Goergia says:

      I thought when the people vote and pass an amendment,law, that was it. Where does the courts have the right to say no, sorry. This country is ruled by too many liberals and they should be removed from their positions especially when THE PEOPLE speak and say NO! I am talking about same sex marriage in California. A real sad day.

    11. Pat Norris, Ohio says:

      Love this! Thank You, Heritage for all the hard work you do! YOU are APPRECIATED!! If I want the truth, I look to Heritage!!

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