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  • Subway’s “Footlong” Accused of Coming Up Short

    In what most would consider a foolish class action lawsuit and a glaring example of what is broken in our tort system, Subway was recently accused of fraudulent marketing practices related to its well-known “footlong” sandwiches. The plaintiff, Barry Gross, filed suit against the Doctor’s Associates-owned chain of Subway in … More

    Mark Levin on the Election and Constitutional Government

    The event is now over. We will have an archived video as soon as it is available. Now that the people have spoken, it is time to hear “the Great One,” Mark Levin. As the concluding event in our Preserve the Constitution series, Heritage is honored to host talk-radio legend … More

    Preserve the Constitution Series: The Constitution and the Common Defense

    Arguably more than any other armed conflict, the events of September 11, 2001, tested the President’s constitutional authority to wage war on behalf of the country. Whether the issue was the capture and treatment of detainees, interrogation techniques, surveillance, the Geneva Conventions, wiretapping, Guantanamo, or the role of the courts … More