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  • PANEL: The Vanity Factor -- How Did Politics Become So Shallow?

    Join us at noon on Tuesday, February 11, for a star-studded panel, “The Vanity Factor: How Did Politics Become So Shallow?” Panelists include: SE Cupp, CNN (@SECupp) Keli Goff, The Daily Beast (@KeliGoff) Nikki Schwab, U.S. News (@NikkiSchwab Eddie Scarry, The Blaze (@eScarry) Genevieve Wood, The Foundry (@GenevieveWood) Use the … More

    Leno's Goodbye: The Worst Part Is "I'll Have To Sign Up for Obamacare"

    After 22 years, Jay Leno hosted his last episode of “The Tonight Show” on Thursday evening with a monologue that included a jab at Obamacare. Leno said the worst part about leaving NBC was that he would no longer be covered under their health insurance plan and would now have … More

    Conservative Women Take Center Stage on “The View”

    This week on “The View,” two conservative personalities took center stage. The show invited both conservative radio host Dana Loesch of The Blaze and pundit Mary Katharine Ham of Hot Air to guest host two different days. Both women were asked to speak as to why they identify with conservative … More

    Obama: 'Not Even a Smidgen of Corruption' at IRS

    President Obama says there is “not even a smidgen of corruption” at the IRS despite the recent targeting of Tea Party and conservative groups. In a taped interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly before the Super Bowl, Obama admitted the IRS made some “bone-headed decisions,” but dismissed the scandal that … More

    MSNBC Apologizes for "Offensive" Tweet, Fires Employee Who Wrote It

    UPDATE: MSNBC President Phil Griffin apologized Thursday for the network’s “outrageous and unacceptable” language toward conservatives. In a statement to the Republican National Committee, Griffin said: “We immediately acknowledged that it was offensive and wrong, apologized, and deleted it. We have dismissed the person responsible for the tweet.” — An MSNBC … More

    Lawmaker On Her Down Syndrome Son: ‘We See All The Things He Can Do, Not Those He Can’t’

    In her response to the State of the Union last night, Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) took time to mention her 6-year-old son, Cole, who has Down Syndrome. McMorris Rodgers, chairwoman of the House Republican Conference, also commented on her two daughters, including Brynn, who was born just two months … More

    Heritage Live: All Star Post-SOTU Panel Wednesday at 2pmET

    Did you watch President Obama’s “State of the Union” address last night? We covered it for you at the Foundry — and now we are talking about it live. Join us at 2pm ET on Wednesday for a new episode of Heritage Live. Our panelists will give their reactions to … More

    Father of Benghazi Victim to Attend SOTU

    President Obama may not speak of the tragedy in Benghazi at tonight’s State of the Union address, but the father of a former Navy SEAL who was killed in the attacks will be in attendance. Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) will host the father of Ty Woods, Charles Woods, at the … More

    The Foundry & The Franklin Center's Pre-State of the Union Twitter Chat

    Join The Foundry and The Franklin Center for a Twitter chat on predictions and hopes for Tuesday night’s State of the Union address. What do you hope President Obama will cover? Will the President sufficiently cover education, foreign policy and religious liberty issues? What issues matter to you most? We’ll … More

    In Viral Clip, Brit Hume Criticizes Abortion Supporters

    On the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Fox News Political Analyst Brit Hume delivered a passionate commentary on abortion – a broadcast that has gone viral. Hume praised the commitment of those attending the March for Life each year and accused abortion supporters of resorting to “absurd euphemisms” to … More