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    VIDEO: Interview with Jim DeMint on Success and Failure (Part 2)

    Senator Jim DeMint joined The Heritage Foundation this week, leaving his job in Congress to prepare to become the think tank’s next president in April. This is the second part of our interview with DeMint, which covers his greatest accomplishment in Congress and biggest failure. Part 1: DeMint on the Future … More

    WATCH: Google+ Hangout on the Fiscal Cliff Deal

    Late at night on New Year’s Eve, when most people were out celebrating, the Senate was in session passing a “fiscal cliff” bill. On New Year’s Day, it was the House’s turn to pass the bill, which they did, and it was signed electronically by President Obama on Wednesday. What … More

    VIDEO: Interview with Jim DeMint on the Future of Conservatism (Part 1)

    Senator Jim DeMint officially joins The Heritage Foundation today, leaving his job in Congress to prepare to become the think tank’s next president in April. He sat down for an interview to talk about the power of policy ideas, how conservatives are perceived, and what he sees for the future … More

    Top 10 Heritage Charts of 2012

    If you’ve read our work, you probably know we love charts. Our signature products — the Index of Economic Freedom and Federal Budget in Pictures — include some amazing informational graphics. We also showcase our charts weekly on The Foundry and in many of our research papers. Today we bring … More

    Top 10 Heritage Videos of 2012

    Videos once again played an important role in 2012 as campaigns, policy organizations and individuals sought ways to break through the saturated media environment with short, clever and informational productions. The following are the 10 most-watched videos from 2012 on Heritage’s YouTube channel. Click here to subscribe. 1. The White … More

    Top 10 Heritage Images of 2012

    Instagram sold for $1 billion in April, remarkable news for a company that wasn’t even around two years earlier. Meanwhile, sites like Pinterest and Tumblr blossomed. What do they have in common? Images. From pop culture to political campaigns, images helped define 2012. Heritage embarked on a campaign of its own … More

    Fiscal Cliff Looming, Senate Still Finds Time to Name Post Offices

    The country is poised to go over the “fiscal cliff” if Congress fails to act on impending tax hikes and sequestration cuts by December 31. All parties agree the results would be disastrous. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) made clear on Thursday that he will not bring a bill … More

    Top 10 Heritage Blog Posts of 2012

    Heritage’s blog, The Foundry, turns 5 years old next week. Not only has it transformed how our think tank communicates, but it also features some of the most-read content that our team produces. Thanks in part to the addition of Scribe, our investigative blog, The Foundry nearly doubled the number of unique … More

    Anti-Smoking Senators Invest in Tobacco Cessation Drug Manufacturers

    At least a handful of powerful U.S. senators have taken a hard line on anti-tobacco policies while investing in companies that manufacture products designed to help people quit smoking, raising potential conflict of interest questions. According to a joint investigation by Scribe and the Washington Guardian, published Monday in the … More

    Top 10 Heritage Research Papers of 2012

    As the year comes to a close, we reflect on 2012 by offering highlights of the top 10 most-read research papers by Heritage scholars. 1) The 2012 Index of Dependence on Government By William Beach and Patrick Tyrrell February 8, 2012 The great and calamitous fiscal trends of our time—dependence … More