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  • Occupy Wall Street Celebrates Hurricane Damage in New York City

    The East River crests the promenade between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. (Photo: ZUMA Press) East Coast residents are still reeling from the damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy. At least 39 people are dead, 8.2 million are without power, the storm inflicted about $20 billion in property damage, and it … More

    Politically Connected Company Wins Offshore Wind Lease Despite Setbacks

    A politically connected renewable energy company has received the go-ahead from the Interior Department to produce wind energy off the coast of Delaware, despite doubts that the project in question will actually materialize. Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced Tuesday that it had reached an agreement with NRG Bluewater … More

    VIDEO: Campaign Staffer Caught Red-Handed Facilitating Voter Fraud

    Conservative activist and filmmaker James O’Keefe released a shocking video on Wednesday apparently showing Patrick Moran, son of and campaign field manager for Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA), facilitating voter fraud by instructing an undercover videographer on how to forge documents to give to poll workers. Moran has since resigned from … More

    WATCH LIVE: Debate Party and Forum With Heritage and the ACU

    (Note: This post initially misidentified the start time of the event. It will begin at 7 PM.) Starting at 7 PM, the Heritage Foundation, the Libre Initiative, and the American Conservative Union, will host a pre-debate forum and panel featuring leaders in the Hispanic community and the conservative movement. The … More

    Watchdog Warns of "Very Serious" Cybersecurity Failures at DOL

    Identity verification systems that allow employees of the U.S. Department of Labor to access secure information systems are woefully lacking in security measures, according to DOL’s Office of the Inspector General. A September 7 letter from DOL’s assistant inspector general for audit, obtained by Scribe through a Freedom of Information … More

    Report: EPA Delaying Job-Killing Regulations to Aid Obama Re-Election

    President Obama is putting off major environmental regulations until after the November elections in order to avoid the political blowback of the economic damage those regulations will cause, according to a new Senate report. Environmental regulators in the Obama administration “don’t want this economic pain to hit American families just … More

    Another DOE-Backed Solar Company Goes Bankrupt

    A solar company that got a multi-million-dollar grant from the Department of Energy earlier this year announced Wednesday that it will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, making it the second taxpayer-backed green energy company to file for bankruptcy this week. Satcon Technology Corp. announced the decision in a Wednesday … More

    The 5 Most Misleading Statements from the Second Presidential Debate

    President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney sparred last night in the second of three presidential debates. Today’s Morning Bell features reaction from numerous Heritage experts. In addition, we’ve compiled a list of the five most factually-challenged statements made during the debate. Obama falsely claims he called Benghazi attacks “acts … More

    VP Debate: Joe Biden's Three Most Misleading Foreign Policy Statements

    During Thursday night’s vice presidential debate, Vice President Joe Biden made numerous misleading or outright inaccurate claims regarding American foreign policy and the Obama administration’s performance on that front. Attacks against Americans and American diplomatic facilities in North Africa – most notably Libya, where U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens and three … More

    USDA Requires Little Documentation for $50,000 Discrimination Payouts

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture will pay up to $50,000 each to female and Hispanic farmers and ranchers who claimed they were discouraged from applying for USDA loans due to perceived discrimination. But those farmers won’t be required to prove that they ever actually farmed. The payments are part of a … More