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    Post-CPAC, House Conservatives Discuss Capitol Hill Strategy

      UPDATE:  It’s a wrap for today’s Conversations with Conservatives. Check out the video. The Conservative Political Action Conference may be over, but on Capitol Hill, the fight for conservative ideas continues—and today, some of the most prominent House conservatives  assembled to answer questions on their plans going forward. This … More

    The U.S. Needs to Address Electoral Fraud in El Salvador

    Despite polls suggesting that a former Marxist guerrilla group-turned-political party was cruising to an easy victory, Sunday’s elections in El Salvador turned into a nail-biter. In fact, the results are unclear, and the country’s electoral commission is yet to make an announcement. The latest tally has the former guerrillas, the … More

    Heritage Live: Jim DeMint's New Book, 'Falling In Love With America Again'

    Last week, Heritage President Jim DeMint released his new book, “Falling In Love With America Again.” The book is filled with dozens of personal stories about everyday American heroes across the country. Two of those heroes fighting the good fight for conservative principles are school choice advocate Virginia Walden Ford and … More

    Sharyl Attkisson Leaves CBS News, Liberal Bias Cited

    Sharyl Attkisson, an award-winning CBS News investigative reporter who doggedly pursued the Benghazi and Fast and Furious scandals, resigned from the network yesterday. Attkisson was reportedly frustrated by CBS News’ liberal bias. I have resigned from CBS. — Sharyl Attkisson (@SharylAttkisson) March 10, 2014   Attkisson was honored in 2012 … More

    Tell Us Your Common Core Stories

    Does your child’s homework look different lately? Maybe something like this has happened to you or someone you know: Heather Crossin, an Indianapolis mom of four…asked her school’s principal why 8-year-old Lucy’s math homework suddenly focused on abstract concepts, even drawing pictures to solve problems, instead of practicing formulas. >>> … More

    Crisis for Common Core: Indiana's Uncommon Ruckus Over Education Standards

    INDIANAPOLIS – What’s wrong with public education in America today? Across the country, just about everyone has an opinion. Very few, though, have the power to implement sweeping reforms. In Indiana, a driver for the Uber car-for-hire service gets his mother on the phone for a reporter. Sharon Hurt is … More

    Russia Threatens to Suspend Inspections Under New START: What’s Next for the U.S.

    The Obama Administration’s mismanagement of relations with Russia failed to prevent Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Now, in response to the Administration’s plans to sanction the Russians responsible for the invasion, Moscow is threatening to suspend inspections of its nuclear forces—inspections that are mandated by the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty … More

    Why the Russian Occupation of Crimea Could Lead to a New Islamist Terror Hotspot

    As Putin is tightening his grip on the Crimean Peninsula, the Crimean Tatars are becoming increasingly worried about their future. By annexing the Crimea to Russia, Moscow will most likely radicalize an otherwise peaceful indigenous Tatar community. One of Tatars’ political leaders, a member of Ukrainian Parliament, Mustafa Jemilev, has … More

    Saturday Night Live Promotes Planned Parenthood

    On the most recent Saturday Night Live, it’s all fun and games at the jewelry party until Marisol spills the secret that her boyfriend is an activist who shuts down Planned Parenthoods. Girls’ Lena Dunham reacts in horror, and says that Planned Parenthoods provide “low-cost medical advice and care.” Watch: