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    CBO Report Shows Us Worse Off After Immigration Reform (VIDEO)

    If 10 guests of The Heritage Foundation each bought a bag of popcorn during one visit, and 20 guests bought the same size bag at a later date, Heritage would sell more popcorn the second time. Bill Beach, chief economist on the minority staff of the Senate Budget Committee, used … More

    Conservatives Outline Policy Agenda Following Presidential Debate

    DENVER — Members of The Heritage Foundation’s policy team joined experts from across the country at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Colorado. The event included a surprise visit from former Governor Mitt Romney and speeches by Senators Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Marco Rubio (R-FL) and John Thune (R-SD). Heritage experts … More

    Top 10 Reads: August 9, 2011

    Catching you up on clips, commentary and news of the day. Sign up for the daily email update from Scribe. Fueling higher gas prices – Ed Feulner Yemen looks like al Qaeda’s new heartland – James Carafano Left’s Tea Party Invective on Boil – Brian Darling Pity the debt-paying generation – … More

    Put Your Hands Together!

    Buried in a January 7th Heritage WebMemo by J.D. Foster and Bill Beach is this passage explaining in careful logic via eloquent metaphor the nature of, and reasons for, economic growth: The American economy does not rise and fall with the level of aggregate demand or deficit spending. Further, government … More

    Heritage Stimulus Plan Gets Plug at Economic Hearing

    Heritage’s Bill Beach testified at yesterday’s Economic Recovery Working Group hearing on Capitol Hill about an alternative to the misguided Keynesian stimulus package liberals in Congress are advocating. The hearing came a week after President-elect Barack Obama invited alternative suggestions for promoting economic growth. Obama’s openness to alternatives prompted Republican … More

    Heritage Debuts on Pajamas TV

    This fall Pajamas Media launched a new venture called Pajamas TV. Anticipating growth in online video and Internet TV, Pajamas recruited some of the country’s top bloggers to serve as on-air hosts, including Michelle Malkin, Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit, Hugh Hewitt of Townhall, Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs and … More