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    In 1971, America was introduced to President Richard Nixon’s “

    Heritage/FRC Bus Tour Impacts Ohio and Pennsylvania, Heads Next to California

    Now entering its fourth month on the road, our nationwide tour Your Money, Your Values, Your Vote continues into its 16th state this week: California. A joint project of The Heritage Foundation and the Family Research Council, the tour has thus far hosted events in 50 cities across the nation … More

    Exclusive Interview: John Stossel Says Government Can't Solve Our Problems

    John Stossel’s skepticism of government and his storytelling approach about free-market economics have made him a rock star in conservative and libertarian circles. He spoke at The Heritage Foundation on Wednesday about his new book, “No, They Can’t: Why Government Fails—But Individuals Succeed.” It is Stossel’s latest attempt to debunk the myths … More

    City Council Election Decided by Five Voters After Fraud Investigation

    Can safeguards against voter fraud sway an election? In Vernon, California, it looks like they just did. In response to allegations by the area’s Chamber of Commerce that at least 30 percent of votes in a tight city council race were fraudulent, the city discarded six ballots on Tuesday – … More

    Ed Feulner Wins Bradley Prize

    Edwin J. Feulner, who has led The Heritage Foundation to its current international prominence among think tanks, is among four winners of the 2012 Bradley Prize for outstanding achievement, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation announced today. “Ed Feulner has elevated the influence of conservative research institutions,” Michael W. Grebe, … More

    VIDEO: Voter ID 'Sting' Targets Eric Holder

    A new undercover video by conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe shows a man being offered Attorney General Eric Holder’s District of Columbia ballot. The poll worker caught on film tells the cameraman that he doesn’t need to see identification. The video, released Monday, contrasts clips from the “sting” with quotes from … More

    Morning Bell: Hispanics and the 2012 Election

    After last week’s Republican primary elections in Wisconsin, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., the 2012 presidential primary season is reaching an inflection point, and eyes are turning toward America’s final decision on Election Day in November. While pundits and pollsters speculate on the horse race and who will capture the hearts … More

    Empower Workers, Not Unions with Political Agendas

    Claire Waites, an Alabama school teacher who joined the local teachers union to obtain liability insurance, was pressured by her union to donate to the NEA Fund for Children. In reality, she found out later that the funds went to political action groups chosen by the union—which turned out to … More

    Obama Jumps the Shark, Takes One Leap Too Far

    This week, President Barack Obama lashed out at the Supreme Court, slamming it as an “unelected group of people” who will have turned to “judicial activism or a lack of judicial restraint” if they strike down Obamacare. In other words, he was implying that the Court does not have the authority to … More

    Save the Date: American Dream Money Bomb Next Wednesday, April 11

    America is at a tipping point: Explosive growth in government and wasteful spending have led to record high national debt and an addiction to spending money we don’t have. The unemployment rate has remained above 8.3 percent for more than three years—the longest period of high unemployment under any administration. Gas prices are at … More