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  • Otto von Habsburg 1912-2011

    Today, we at The Heritage Foundation mourn the loss of Otto von Habsburg, a defender of freedom and friend of liberty in Europe and around the world. Born as the Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary and the oldest son of Austria-Hungary’s last emperor, Otto was next in line to be Emperor … More

    Morning Bell: Happy Memorial Day

    Today, Heritage is proud to honor the men and women who gave their lives defending our country. In the midst of barbecues, parades and the beginning of summer, we want to take a moment to remember what today is truly all about. Memorial Day, the most solemn American holiday, traces … More

    Morning Bell: Saving the American Dream

    Fellow Americans: Today, I am excited to announce the release of The Heritage Foundation’s comprehensive agenda that sets a new course for the size and scope of the federal government. The new report, “Saving the American Dream: Heritage’s Plan to Fix the Debt, Cut Spending, and Restore Prosperity,” lays out … More

    Morning Bell: Bin Laden Dead

    Justice has been done. Nearly 10 years since the 9/11 attacks that left more than 3,000 Americans dead, Osama bin Laden was killed by a small team of U.S. military personnel operating under the authority of the Central Intelligence Agency. We first want to congratulate the men and women of our … More

    Heritage Mourns the Loss of William Rusher

    William Rusher, longtime publisher of National Review and a leader of the conservative movement, passed away this weekend. Bill Rusher was much more than “Bill Buckley’s Publisher.” Yes, he was that, and yes, he did bring business sense, circulation growth, national attention and management continuity to the conservative movement’s leading publication … More

    Statement on the Earthquake in Japan

    On behalf of the entire Heritage Foundation family, I extend our heartfelt condolences to the people of Japan as they confront the aftermath of today’s massive earthquake and related tsunami. Our hearts and prayers go to the victims of this tragedy and their families. Japan is one of America’s best … More

    Morning Bell: The Time to Cut Spending is Now

    My fellow conservatives, Last November, voters sent a clear signal to Congress: cut spending and get our government in order. As we watch the current debate in Washington over how to fund the government for the rest of 2011, it is clear that some heard the voters’ message and others … More

    Morning Bell: The Start of the Debate

    Fellow conservatives, Last night, the House of Representatives, the legislative chamber of Congress closest to American popular opinion, voted to repeal Obamacare—the increasingly unpopular law which led directly to a change in the control of Congress just three months ago. Many will tell you that yesterday’s bipartisan vote of 245 … More

    Statement on the Tragedy in Arizona

    We at The Heritage Foundation are profoundly saddened by today’s tragedy in Arizona. Along with the rest of the nation, we continue to pray for a full recovery by Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and all other surviving victims. We were deeply distressed to learn of the death of U.S. District Court … More

    Morning Bell: A Conservative New Year’s Resolution

    This year has been quite a journey for conservatives. An overzealous liberal majority in Congress, revved up by their Christmas Eve health care victory in the House of Representatives, greeted 2010 with an agenda that was far left and far removed from the will of the American people. From Obamacare … More