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  • WATCH: Gov. Bobby Jindal Shares His Vision for America

    NEW ORLEANS — Under the direction of Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal, Louisiana has enacted reforms to education, ethics, health care and taxes, generating buzz about Jindal’s future and making Louisiana a case study in policy solutions. Tonight, Jindal will deliver the keynote address at The Heritage Foundation’s 37th annual Resource … More

    Exclusive: Days After Supreme Court Challenge, Hobby Lobby President Speaks Out [VIDEO]

    NEW ORLEANS — Hobby Lobby President Steve Green set the record straight about his company’s fight against the government over the controversial Obamacare mandate. In an exclusive on-camera interview with The Foundry, Green said Hobby Lobby drew the line when the government required the company to provide life-ending drugs, free … More

    These Families Challenged Obamacare at the Supreme Court. Now They’re Speaking Out for Religious Liberty.

    NEW ORLEANS — The two families who brought lawsuits against the government for its controversial Obamacare mandate delivered a stirring defense of religious freedom just days after their cases were heard before the U.S. Supreme Court. This afternoon at The Heritage Foundation’s Resource Bank meeting, Conestoga Wood Specialties Chief Executive … More

    How to Avoid Another Housing Crisis, Explained in Under a Minute

    Should the government have a role in the housing market? Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cost taxpayers billions of dollars, even in good economic times, write Heritage’s Norbert Michel and John Ligon. When the housing market collapsed in 2008, they note, the cost to taxpayers was even higher. The two … More

    Obamacare's March 31 Deadline Extended

    With the March 31 deadline to enroll in Obamacare’s federal insurance marketplace quickly approaching, the Obama administration announced Tuesday night it would give Americans extra time to finish their applications. The Washington Post is reporting that applicants will have until mid-April under the administration’s new rules. It marks the latest … More

    Harry Reid Tried to Push Conservatives Into Accepting This Policy. Why He Didn't Succeed.

    After a two-week standoff with Republicans, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has decided to drop controversial provisions in the aid package for Ukraine. The Senate was locked in a stalemate over the Obama administration’s proposed changes to the International Monetary Fund. The provisions had the support of Reid (D-Nev.) and … More

    NYT Reporter: Obama Administration Is ‘Greatest Enemy of Press Freedom’

    New York Times reporter James Risen, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, claims the Obama administration is “the greatest enemy of press freedom that we have encountered in at least a generation.” Risen won the Pulitzer Prize in 2002 and 2006 for his reporting on national security and terrorism. He has … More

    Ted Cruz, Veteran of 9 Supreme Court Arguments, Says First Amendment on Trial Today

    Ted Cruz has argued nine cases before the U.S. Supreme Court in his lifetime, more than any other current member of Congress. Today, as a U.S. senator from Texas, Cruz is making a different kind of argument—one in the court of public opinion. On his Facebook page and in a … More

    Indiana Ends Common Core Education Standards

    Indiana’s experiment with Common Core is over. Gov. Mike Pence signed legislation today requiring the state to come up with its own academic standards, making Indiana the latest state to pull its support for the national education standards known as Common Core. “I believe our students are best served when … More

    Louie Gohmert on Climate Change: 'It’s Real'

    Three days after temperatures reached 70 degrees in Washington, D.C., weather forecasts are predicting snow for tomorrow. March’s unpredictable weather prompted conservative Rep. Louie Gohmert (R–Tex.) to claim (facetiously) that it’s a case of climate change. “By the way, on climate change, I applaud the Democrats spending all that time,” … More