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    Lunch with Heritage Google+ Hangout on the Presidential Election

    Tuesday’s election results left conservatives contemplating what the future holds for their movement. While there were major disappointments, there’s still a battle to be waged against big government and in defense of freedom. Heritage will host a Google+ Hangout on Friday at noon ET to analyze the election results and … More

    The Top 3 Special Interests Expecting Favors During Obama's Second Term

    President Obama enjoyed support from some key constituencies in his successful reelection bid. Some of those groups are surely expecting to benefit from another four years of his Administration. Here are three groups likely to get some sort of payout during a second Obama term. Big Labor Labor unions have … More

    WATCH LIVE: Debate Party and Forum With Heritage and the ACU

    (Note: This post initially misidentified the start time of the event. It will begin at 7 PM.) Starting at 7 PM, the Heritage Foundation, the Libre Initiative, and the American Conservative Union, will host a pre-debate forum and panel featuring leaders in the Hispanic community and the conservative movement. The … More

    Illinois Primary Day: Economy Still Top Issue

    It’s another day and another state in the continuing quest that is the Republican primary process as Illinois voters head to the polls. And though the scenery changes with each day — from the beaches of Hawaii to the streets of the Windy City — there is one constant in … More

    Heritage, FRC Launch National Tour with South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley

      “We want people to know the power of their voice. We want people to understand: Don’t complain about it. Do something about it.” – Governor Nikki Haley (R) A year-long educational tour across America, Your Money, Your Values, Your Vote kicked off yesterday morning as Heritage President Ed Feulner, … More

    Breaking: Court to Decide if Gingrich, Huntsman, Santorum, Perry Will Be on Virginia's Primary Ballot

    A very big development in the ballot access lawsuit filed in federal court in Virginia by Texas Governor Rick Perry and joined by Newt Gingrich, Rich Santorum, and Jon Huntsman. Judge John Gibney just filed a five-page order in which he states that there is a strong likelihood that the … More