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    WATCH: The Bloggers Briefing on the $6.3 Trillion Cost of Amnesty

    Robert Rector, author of Heritage’s new study projecting a $6.3 trillion cost for amnesty, will speak at The Bloggers Briefing today at noon ET. The event will be webcast. In addition, Representative Richard Hudson (R-NC) will provide an update of goings-on in the House. Hudson was elected last November to represent … More

    WATCH: Rep. Doug Lamborn, Author Wayne Root at Bloggers Briefing

    On this somber day, our prayers go out to the victims of yesterday’s explosion at the Boston Marathon. At the Bloggers Briefing beginning at noon ET today, Representative Doug Lamborn (R-CO) will join us to talk about missile defense and the heightened threat from North Korea. Lamborn is a strong advocate for … More

    VIDEO: Jim DeMint Outlines Vision for Heritage Foundation

    At today’s Bloggers Briefing, Jim DeMint, the new president of The Heritage Foundation, talked about the crucial role he sees Heritage playing in the lives of Americans — and it doesn’t include typical Washington politics. “I’m not going to be an apologist for the Republican Party,” DeMint said. “I’m going … More

    WATCH: Bloggers Briefing on Expansion of Government and Tax Freedom Day

    Is it too late to turn the ship around? That’s the question James Antle explores in his new book, Devouring Freedom. Antle, who is editor of the Daily Caller News Foundation, will join us at noon ET for the Bloggers Briefing to talk about what we can expect during President … More

    Overcoming the Digital Divide: What Conservatives Must Do to Win

    Robert Draper’s New York Times Magazine article last month spurred debates and discussions among conservatives about the role of digital media in politics. It revealed the frustrations of movement conservatives and political operatives about the results of the 2012 election. Technology, data and analytics were once again part of the … More

    WATCH: Babies, Movies, and Veterans at The Bloggers Briefing

    People are having too few babies, Jonathan Last warns in his new book, “What to Expect When No One’s Expecting.” The world’s population will peak, and then begin shrinking, within the next 50 years. What are the consequences? Last, a senior writer at the Weekly Standard, will join us at … More

    WATCH: "Beating Obamacare" Author Betsy McCaughey at Bloggers Briefing

    Betsy McCaughey’s opening chapter of her new book says it all: Obamacare is here to stay, at least in the near future. With that thought in mind, the constitutional scholar, patient advocate, and former New York lieutenant governor will join us at tomorrow’s Bloggers Briefing to share her secrets for … More

    Conversations with Conservatives: Congressmen Weigh in on Debt Ceiling Deal (VIDEO)

    In advance of Wednesday’s vote on suspending the debt ceiling, six Republican congressmen joined The Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing to discuss conservative viewpoints on the budget deal. Not all of the congressmen who spoke were persuaded of the debt extension. Representative Justin Amash (MI) was the first to state he … More

    WATCH: The Promised Land of Fracking at Bloggers Briefing

    Matt Damon’s anti-fracking movie (financed by an oil-rich Arab nation) was a dud at the box office this month. Let’s hope that’s a sign Americans won’t entertain such Hollywood propaganda. Fortunately, there’s now an alternative that presents a different perspective on hydraulic fracturing. Filmmakers Phelim McAleer, Ann McElhinney and Magdalena … More

    How a FOIA Request Brought Down EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson

    Author Christopher Horner joined the Bloggers Briefing this week to discuss his new book, The Liberal War on Transparency, and how citizen journalists can use the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to hold the government accountable. “You’ve got Issa oversight, and you’ve got you oversight—FOIA and state open records laws,” … More