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    11 Female Superstars We're Honoring for Women's History Month

    March is Women’s History Month and we want to honor those women who’ve made a difference! Margaret Thatcher tackled communism as prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990. The only woman to hold the office, she was forthright in her belief that individual liberty—not government action—improved society. Susan B. … More

    Heritage Remembers Margaret Thatcher (VIDEO)

    Margaret Thatcher — a woman of character, leadership and a convicted spirit. A woman dedicated to individual freedom. The Heritage Foundation is proud of our special friendship with Lady Thatcher. At a time when the Soviet Empire was still a powerful force, oppressing millions of people, Lady Thatcher tackled communism … More

    Heritage Presents Luce Award to Former Vice President Cheney

    Former Vice President Richard B. Cheney, already enjoying a season of public reflection on more than four decades of service to the nation, last night received The Heritage Foundation’s top honor for contributions to the conservative movement. The Heritage Board of Trustees presented the Clare Boothe Luce Award to Cheney, … More

    Heritage’s Luce Award Goes to James Buckley

    James L. Buckley, the former U.S. senator and federal judge who for 40 years advanced the conservative cause in all three branches of the federal government, last night received the Clare Boothe Luce Award, which is The Heritage Foundation’s highest honor for contributions to the movement. “Jim Buckley has devoted … More

    Rich, Helen DeVos Receive Luce Award

    Richard and Helen DeVos, two shining examples of American philanthropy and entrepreneurship, are being recognized today with Heritage’s highest honor, the Clare Boothe Luce Award, for their outstanding contributions to the conservative movement. The DeVoses are the guests of honor at a luncheon in Naples, Fla., as part of our … More