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    Millennials: How the Debt Impacts Us (VIDEO)

    The growing national debt demands immediate attention and real solutions from America’s elected leadership. That was the message delivered yesterday by a group of young Americans at a press conference with House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA). “The greatest dysfunction of all is … More

    Violence Against Women Act: Substitute Amendment Fails to Address the Underlying Problems

    Fighting domestic violence is not, and never has been, a partisan issue. Everyone is against domestic violence. However, Members of Congress should be concerned that the House of Representatives is considering the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) of 2013 (S. 47), which has several troubling components, such as engaging … More

    Fake Twitter Accounts? Obama's Political Group Pushes Gun Control

    How far would President Obama’s supporters go to make his message dominant on gun control? Too far, according to Representative Steve Stockman’s (R-TX) office, which identified a number of fake Twitter accounts posting the same message: “I’m one of the 92% of Americans who support universal background checks. #WeDemandAVote.” After … More

    Media Aid Obama on Sequestration; Huffington Post Seeks Sob Stories

    We’ve gotten used to the Obama White House and the nation’s news media working hand in glove on most issues, but the sequester is quickly becoming a case study worthy of Harvard. Soon, if this collaboration persists, it will start to feel like the Mayans were off by only a few … More

    Cloakroom: The Sequester and Hagel Nomination

    House Cloakroom: February 25 – March 1 Analysis: Sequester week begins in Washington! The House returns from a recess week to take up the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization. The Senate has passed a flawed reauthorization bill. The Senate version contains an unconstitutional expansion of tribal sovereignty, not to mention … More

    Ecuador’s Correa Contends for Anti-Liberty Leadership in Latin America

    If cancer revokes President Hugo Chavez’s mandate for indefinite rule in Venezuela, it will leave leadership of the radical-left, anti-liberty Bolivarian Alliance (ALBA) in Latin America up for grabs. New faces will inevitably emerge. Chavez’s vice president, the uncharismatic Nicolas Maduro, will most likely runVenezuela in the near future, backed … More

    Chavez’s Return to Caracas Answers Few Questions

    In the early morning of February 18, Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez tweeted that he was back in Caracas, after spending over two months in a Havana hospital. On December 11, Chavez underwent a fourth round of surgery for an undisclosed cancer. Chavez was immediately moved to a military hospital under … More

    WATCH: Babies, Movies, and Veterans at The Bloggers Briefing

    People are having too few babies, Jonathan Last warns in his new book, “What to Expect When No One’s Expecting.” The world’s population will peak, and then begin shrinking, within the next 50 years. What are the consequences? Last, a senior writer at the Weekly Standard, will join us at … More

    WATCH: Heritage Presidents' Tour with Ed Feulner, Jim DeMint

    Today at 10 a.m. ET, Heritage Foundation President Ed Feulner and Heritage President-Elect Jim DeMint conclude their nationwide Presidents’ Tour with an event in our nation’s capital. Watch their remarks live online. The tour included stops in 10 cities over a two-week period. Feulner and DeMint engaged with thousands of Heritage … More

    Obama's State of the Union: A Broken Record

    Did listening to the State of the Union this year sound familiar? That’s because President Obama repeated the same lines over his last four years of State of the Union addresses. Promises made regarding government “investment,” infrastructure, energy, and mortgages made and remade year after year have not produced results. … More