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    Which Future Will Britain Choose?

    One way or another, Britain will have a national referendum on EU membership. But the point of the referendum is not to vote. It is to choose between different futures. The advocates of the EU, like Lord Mandelson, argue that Britain needs to “concentrate on using all of our influence … More

    Exclusive: Ted Cruz’s 2014 Prediction, What a GOP Majority Should Do, and a Confession About His Boots [VIDEO]

    NEW ORLEANS — Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) came to the Big Easy to thank and encourage conservatives attending The Heritage Foundation’s Resource Bank meeting. After his remarks and a lengthy Q&A about a range of issues, he sat down with The Foundry’s Genevieve Wood for an exclusive interview about the … More

    5 Reasons Why We're Not in Danger of Another Cold War

    At a press conference in the Hague, President Obama dismissed the suggestion that Mitt Romney had been right in 2012 to peg Moscow as America’s top strategic challenge. “The truth of the matter is that America’s got a whole lot of challenges,” Mr. Obama said. “Russia is a regional power … More

    From Your Microwave to Your Car, Government Leaves Nothing Untouched

    How many government rules do we need? According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), federal regulators issued more than 2,000 new rules in 2013—doing such helpful things as restricting access to mortgage credit and imposing new limits on the amount of energy a microwave oven can consume when it is … More

    Ukrainian Journalist: If Russians ‘Want to Start War, They Usually Do’

    Ukrainian journalist Mykola Vorobiov, warning of the consequences of Russian expansionism, said he is “not optimistic” about the potential for negotiations over Russia’s seizing of the Crimea region from Ukraine.  “If [the Russians] want to start the war, they usually do,” Vorobiov, chief editor of the Euro-Patrol outlet, said yesterday at The Heritage Foundation. … More

    Anything But Reality TV: Obama CBS Interview on Ukraine

    President Obama ended a quick trip through Europe with a “CBS Evening News” interview in Rome, where he shared his latest thinking on the ongoing crisis in Crimea. It was one of the poorest performances by a world statesman since Neville Chamberlain’s press comments after returning from Munich in 1938. … More

    Public Opinion Plunges Amid Ballyhooed Obamacare ‘Surge’

    As the White House continues its victory lap after claiming to enroll more than 6 million Americans in the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges, a survey finds that only one in four Americans supports President Obama’s signature domestic achievement—a new low. The Associated Press-Gfk poll—online interviews with 1,012 adults conducted … More

    Exclusive: Gov. Bobby Jindal Talks 2016 Race, GOP Brand, 'Duck Dynasty'

    NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal  sat down for an exclusive interview with The Foundry last night, touching on topics ranging from his thinking about a 2016 presidential race and the Republican Party’s brand to his state’s economic growth and the left’s assault on the First Amendment. In the … More

    Blacklisted: Kevin Sorbo on Being Shunned by Hollywood for His Beliefs

    Kevin Sorbo, star of the film “God’s Not Dead,” ranked fifth at the U.S. box office, says he knows he’s on a blacklist in liberal Hollywood for being independent-minded. When Beliefnet’s John W. Kennedy interviewed Sorbo about his role as an atheist professor in  ”God’s Not Dead,”  the actor opened up about … More

    WATCH: Sen. Ted Cruz at Heritage’s Resource Bank

    NEW ORLEANS — Few senators have sparked more excitement and debate in their first year in Washington as Sen. Ted Cruz. Today, the Texas Republican delivers the closing address at The Heritage Foundation’s Resource Bank meeting. The Foundry will broadcast Cruz’s speech live at approximately 12:45 p.m. ET. Outside of … More