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  • Watch This Weekend: Jim DeMint on "Fox News Sunday"

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    This weekend, Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint will appear on “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace” to review the week’s top news stories.

    Appearing with DeMint on the panel will be Bill Kristol from the Weekly Standard, Howard Kurtz from “Fox News Watch,” and Juan Williams, a Fox News policy analyst.

    The panel is expected to cover the recent debate between Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) and Senator Rand Paul (R-KY). DeMint will likely discuss subjects that range from the viewpoints on recent National Security Agency leaks and the efforts to stop Obamacare.

    Sunday’s show will also feature interviews with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) and a discussion with former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden and Representative Justin Amash (R-MI).

    Check local listings for when “Fox News Sunday” will air in your area. Follow the conversation on Twitter: @Heritage and @foxnewssunday.

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