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    Conservative Leaders Voice Outrage at Firing of RSC Executive Director

    Tensions between the Republican establishment and conservative movement reached a fever pitch Wednesday after House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) attacked conservative groups and a long-time Capitol Hill staffer lost his job as executive director of the Republican Study Committee. Those developments brought a swift response from the Conservative Action Project, … More

    5 Must-See Videos from the 2013 Values Voter Summit

    Recognized as “one of the conservative movement’s marquee annual events” by CNN, the eighth annual Values Voter Summit on October 11-13 brought together more than 1,900 leaders, activists and families for three days of inspiring speeches and interactive breakout sessions to strategize for the future. While the entire conference features … More

    New Report on Why Social + Economic Conservatism Succeeds

    Politico is highlighting a new report released yesterday by the American Principles Project (APP) that shows a majority of Americans support social conservatism. APP argues that a unified social and economic conservative platform is a winning electoral strategy. In the 2012 election, for example, in all four states that had … 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

    Morning Bell: The Difference One Man Makes

    Who has been the most consequential conservative of the past four decades? We could say Ronald Reagan, the indomitable optimist who won two landslide presidential victories, ended the Cold War without firing a shot, and restored Americans’ faith in themselves and the future. Or William F. Buckley, Jr., the renaissance … More

    Jim DeMint's Speech at CPAC 2013

    You may have heard that I recently received a big promotion. That’s right. I was promoted from the U.S. Senate and ranking member on the powerful Commerce Committee to The Heritage Foundation. Some people have wondered why I would leave the most debilitated body in the world to help lead … More

    Jim DeMint in Washington Post: Conservatives Must Communicate Ideas More Effectively

    Last week Jim DeMint wrapped up work in the U.S. Senate and embarked on a new mission as president-elect of The Heritage Foundation. After spending his professional career in research, advertising and marketing, DeMint is now setting out to more effectively communicate conservative ideas to the American people. Today he … More

    A New Year's Resolution for Conservatives

    ‘Tis the season for hope—though you couldn’t tell from listening to conservatives. Two months after the election, the mood remains grim among many on the right. It’s not just that the American people have re-elected one of the most liberal presidents ever, or that the Supreme Court upheld the individual … More

    PODCAST: Heritage's Lee Edwards on Jim DeMint

    Politicos both in and outside the Beltway are still processing the news that Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina is taking over for Ed Feulner, current president and founding board member of The Heritage Foundation, this spring. Heritage Distinguished Fellow Dr. Lee Edwards, one of the conservative movement’s most celebrated … More

    Morning Bell: Jim DeMint to Lead the Battle of Ideas

    Yesterday’s announcement that Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) is leaving the U.S. Senate to replace Edwin J. Feulner as president of The Heritage Foundation surprised the political establishment in Washington and underlined Heritage’s role as a key institution for America’s future. The Washington Post declared on its front page: “DeMint says … More