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    Printing Money: Adopt a New Typeface and Save $136 Million in the Federal Budget

    The federal government can make a decision that would save taxpayers millions of dollars, and it wouldn’t have to cut programs, furlough workers, or even reduce duplicative spending: All it has to do is adopt a new uniform typeface to be used in all government documents. That’s right—saving $136 million … More

    Obamacare 'Glitch' on Deadline Day

    If you rushed to HealthCare.gov this morning, you might have found the site unavailable or been placed in a queue, reports said. “An administration spokesman told the AP the website is usually offline for maintenance overnight, and was brought down for four extra hours by a technical glitch,” NBC reported. … More

    Bobby Jindal on Why He Spoke Out for Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson

    Louisiana is home to the popular TV program “Duck Dynasty,” giving Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.) an up-close look at the entertainment business. As a result, Jindal found himself thrust into the spotlight last year after Phil Robertson, patriarch of the “Duck Dynasty” family, made controversial comments that resulted in a … More

    UPDATED | Where You Can Buy Health Insurance After Today

    UPDATE (April 2): We wrote on March 31 (below) that Americans would still be able to buy health insurance in the individual market—outside Obamacare’s exchanges—after the Obamacare deadline. The Associated Press reported the same thing on April 1: Buyers can always go directly to an insurance company, but it may … More

    SNL Skit on Obamacare Promotion: ‘Obama’ Takes a Selfie, Pals with Kim Kardashian and Justin Bieber [VIDEO]

    Dignity hasn’t been the hallmark of the Obama administration’s push to ignite interest in Obamacare in recent months. President Obama did an awkward interview with comedian Zach Galifianakis earlier this month. And he even met with N’Sync’s Lance Bass–an incident The Foundry’s Amy Payne summed up succinctly with this headline: “The … More

    Bobby Jindal: ‘America Didn’t Create Religious Liberty. Religious Liberty Created America.’ [VIDEO]

    Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.) singled out President Obama as an impediment to economic growth and a threat to Americans’ freedom. “This president has tried to trample on our Second Amendment rights, now he’s going after our First Amendment rights,” Jindal said in an exclusive interview with The Foundry. “I think … More

    How Obama's Foreign Policy Views Could Affect the 2016 Election

    Bold prediction: By 2015, everyone running for president will be running against President Obama’s foreign policy. But the current crop of likely conservative candidates has, collectively, done little to lay claim to the right’s traditional mantle of national-security leadership. And squabbling amongst themselves is certainly no way to win it … More

    Is 'Stop-and-Frisk' Worth It?

    Any angler will tell you: “If you want to catch fish, you have to go where the fish are.” The same is true when fishing for street crime. In the case of crack cocaine, you need to focus on urban, poor, African-American neighborhoods, because trafficking is primarily the work of dealers in … More

    The EPA May Be About to Destroy Wisconsin's Economic Recovery

    Wisconsin’s economy has been on the upswing, but Washington’s proposed greenhouse gas regulations could change all that. The Environmental Protection Agency’s prospective crackdown on new and existing power plants will drive up energy prices across the nation, but the proposed regulations will hit Badger State families and businesses particularly hard. … More

    Jindal on Running for President: ‘We Have to Win the War of Ideas First’

    In an exclusive interview with The Foundry, Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.) said he’s open to running for president in 2016, but he first wants conservatives to win the war of ideas and win at the ballot box this year. The Foundry’s Genevieve Wood sat down with Jindal at The Heritage … More