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  • Online Chat on the Super Committee

    The Super Committee failed to meet its Thanksgiving to cut $1.2 Trillion from the federal budget. Now what? Click here to join our live “Lunch with Heritage” online chat. We are joined by Heritage’s Director of Economic Policy Studies Alison Fraser. She is taking your questions about why the Super Committee failed, the next steps, and what they should focus on.

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    3 Responses to Online Chat on the Super Committee

    1. LevinFan says:

      If you want to know which "leaders" in the House and Senate have done BEST and WORST on conservative principles, there is no better ranking than the Heritage Action Scorecard – http://www.HeritageActionScorecard.com

      Elections have consequences, we need to make 2012 count!

    2. James H says:

      Have to leave for a meeting. Excellent Chat! I don't think its an exaggeration to say that the future of our republic as we have known and loved it hangs in the balance on the coming Presidential election. Thanks, Heritage, for all you do.

    3. sam says:

      What is an answer to the paradox of legal science?

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