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    You Won’t Believe How Many Food Stamp Recipients Have Attended College

    If you’ve attended college or received a college degree, you’re facing better-than-average odds of managing to find and hold a job, even in this dismal economy. So it’s slightly surprising that over a quarter of households receiving food stamps are headed by those who have attended college. According to the … More

    Assad’s War on Terrorism Is a Misnomer

    The Syrian peace talks are cautiously proceeding despite Iran being invited and then disinvited from the talks, divisions within the Syrian government delegation, and utter disagreement over the possibility of a transitional government. Expectations for any type of political settlement to the war remain very low. Unsurprisingly, President Bashar al-Assad … More

    What the President Should Say About Foreign and Defense Policy

    Five years on since Barack Obama took office, it is time for the President to admit the obvious: His foreign and defense policies have largely been a failure. Bewildered Administration policies have eroded national sovereignty, weakened the military, emboldened enemies, and disheartened allies. The Administration’s strategy of “leading from behind” … More

    Generation X and Millennials Face Retirement Crisis

    While social commentators bemoan the impending retirement crisis facing baby boomers, younger Americans should really be the ones worrying, argues Heritage’s Romina Boccia on Next Generation TV. >>> Watch the video here. Over the next 20 years, the working age population is supposed to increase by 10 percent, but the … More

    Grammys Say “I Do” to Same-Sex Marriage

    Americans who don’t support redefining marriage to include same-sex couples got a nationally televised message late last night from the music industry: Get over it. With rapper-turned-talk host Queen Latifah officiating, 33 couples – some made up of two men or two women – got married near the end of … More

    The Same Lawmakers Who Back Minimum Wage Hike Don’t Pay Their Interns

    Wage hikes for thee, but not for me—that appears to be the stance of a lot of Members of Congress. President Obama is reportedly preparing to tout a minimum wage increase for the second State of the Union in a row, and liberal leaders in Congress have been pushing for … More

    Stephen Moore: Dr. Krugman, I Challenge You to a Debate

    In the pursuit of rigorous debate and honest intellectual dialogue, should Dr. Paul Krugman wish to respond to this post by Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Stephen Moore, we would be pleased to give him equal space on The Foundry free of any edits. —Geoff Lysaught, Publisher, and Rob Bluey, Editor-in-Chief. With … More

    New Poll: Two-Thirds of Americans Say Obamacare Is Poorly Performing

    Roughly two-thirds of Americans polled in a new survey by the Associated Press-GfK say the health law isn’t doing well. Of the respondents who have tried, or live with someone who tried  to sign up for health coverage through Obamacare’s state or federal-run insurance exchanges, 71 percent had problems, the … More