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    On Senate Floor, Toomey Urges Defeat for Cop Killer's Champion (VIDEO)

    Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) took to the Senate floor Wednesday to denounce one of President Obama’s most controversial appointments, saying Debo Adegbile’s ill-considered championing of a convicted cop killer disqualifies him from leading the Justice Department’s civil rights operation. “There are many highly qualified Americans who can carry out this … More

    We Heart Douglass

    Valentine’s Day is always a celebration of love. But this year, instead of simply focusing on candy hearts and Hallmark cards, let’s talk about love of country, and a man who grew to love our Constitution even before it had been amended to treat him properly. Frederick Douglass was born … More

    Love, Tinder, and Cohabitation: Valentine’s Day Thoughts

    This Valentine’s Day Time magazine describes young adults’ new craze over a dating app called Tinder. The app lets users slide through hundreds of profiles of dating prospects, signaling “like” or “nope” to each. While the preoccupation with the phone app might seem innocuous, it’s another symbol of the culture … More

    House Comprehensive Benghazi Report Faults Lack of Planning and Military Resources

    The House Armed Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations this week released a comprehensive interim report on the military response—or lack thereof—to the Benghazi attack. As it was composed by the majority staff at the behest of subcommittee chairman Buck McKeon (R–CA) and other Republican members, it is probably fair … More

    5 More Tough Questions on Immigration Reform for Heritage's Derrick Morgan (VIDEO)

    The national census should be used to determine that America’s borders are secure before policymakers decide how to address those who are here illegally, a top Heritage Foundation policy expert suggests in an on-camera interview with The Foundry about key aspects of immigration reform. “We want to see people come … More

    Valentine's Day Advice from Ronald Reagan and Some Really Romantic Pictures, Too

    I don’t know if Ronald Reagan liked Valentine’s Day. I don’t know if he planned fancy dates every Feb. 14, or celebrated over a board game. I don’t know if he thought much of the holiday at all. But I do know he appreciated his wife Nancy, and valued the strength … More

    State Marriage Laws Are Constitutional. Judges Should Respect Them.

    Yet another judge has struck down a state constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman. These rulings claim that the equal protection of the law requires the redefinition of marriage. It does not. State laws that reflect the truth about marriage are constitutional. U.S. … More

    7 Times Obama Ignored the Law to Impose His Executive Will

    President Obama—the imperial President, the “I’ve got a pen and I’ve got a phone” President who can’t wait to show us his “year of action”—once vowed to do exactly the opposite. The biggest problems that we’re facing right now have to do with George Bush trying to bring more and … More