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  • Lunch with Heritage Google+ Hangout on the Presidential Election

    Tuesday’s election results left conservatives contemplating what the future holds for their movement. While there were major disappointments, there’s still a battle to be waged against big government and in defense of freedom.

    Heritage will host a Google+ Hangout on Friday at noon ET to analyze the election results and what lies ahead in Washington.

    Our guests include:

    Ben Domenech, editor of The Transom, The City, Managing Editor of Health Care and research fellow at the Heartland Institute, and host of the “Coffee and Markets” podcast.

    Izzy Ortega, editor of Heritage’s sister website, Libertad (libertad.org), and Spanish-language Media Associate

    Heather Pfitzenmaier, the Director of Heritage’s Young Leader’s Program where she manages the intern program designed to reach out to the next generation of leaders.

    Kristina Ribali, the Director of New Media at FreedomWorks where she oversees their blogger network and social media presence.

    Erin Siefring, the Director of House Relations for Heritage Action for America. Erin works with members of the House of Representatives to present them with conservative policy options.

    If you would like to ask them a question, please leave a comment below. You can also ask a question to @Heritage on Twitter, or leave a comment on the Google+ page.
    We hope you can join us Friday at noon ET.

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    9 Responses to Lunch with Heritage Google+ Hangout on the Presidential Election

    1. Linda C. Sadler says:

      How can Republican overcome the Electoral Collage advantage that the Democrat Party enjoys?.

    2. Pingback: Morning Bell: What Does the Election Mean for Obamacare?

    3. Berry Oakley says:

      How can AHA possibly be affordable when we can't afford the entitlements we have. Especially now that we know that it's loaded with new taxes hidden by the Dems who crammed it down our throats by telling us it would" lower" HC costs. It's a lie and a sham from the start.

    4. Berry Oakley says:

      This is not an " affordable" healthcare act. It never was and we were lied to about it from the start. Dr.s are leaving practice b/c if it. We can't afford the entitlements we have already. Majority of voters don't want it. Why can't we start over and craft a better bill?

    5. Pingback: Morning Bell: What Does the Election Mean for Obamacare? | BigPropaganda

    6. jjchronicles says:

      When Homeland Security changed its deportation policy toward illegal immigrant children the department did no environmental analysis as required under NEPA. How can a citizen force federal government to follow its own laws?

    7. The GOP has failed to defend individual #liberty . The younger generation is #Libertarian . The first order of business must be the destruction of the GOP as we know it.

    8. jini craft says:

      Everybody knows exactly what the Democratic Party stands for. That is no secret. But what exactly does the Republican Party stand for? They do not have a united stand – even though they have a party platform. The two-party system could be a great one if the Republicans could stand together on their platform. We have too many "Rinos" out there. We need to insist the Republican Party get back to its conservative roots – and stay there. Otherwise the voters have no choice!!

    9. Bobbie says:

      One thing I admire about republican women and men is they don't pander to the people. They don't mislead. They don't mock speech and they don't pretend to make promises that can't be kept. They work with the American principle that derives respect for all people/humanity. They show who they are and represent the strength and diligence of the America that's suppose to be. Why we switched…

      I don't understand why government has anything to do with demographics? Or diversity? The demography within the control of government is the unemployment they're causing within their control and beyond the peoples'. Feds are eliminating livable wage employment that lets us live independent from the government teats and talons. Feds have all the welfare subsidies for those part time or temp jobs that aren't providing for the family.

      Diversity comes natural.

      It's comforting to know the intelligence, dignity and courage of America's youth rising! God Bless!

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