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    VIDEO: Obama Says Sequestration "Will Not Happen"—Really?

    During the Monday night foreign policy debate, President Obama surprised the audience with the statement that sequestration “will not happen.” Either this was a gaffe or he pulled off the next deft move in the political/legislative sequestration battle. Governor Romney was questioning the President’s policies on military cuts, and Obama … More

    Morning Bell: Heritage Experts Analyze Final Presidential Debate

    Last night’s debate between President Obama and Governor Romney was supposed to focus on foreign policy. It turned into a wide-ranging conversation on everything from the Middle East to American teachers. Heritage Foundation experts were live blogging analysis throughout the night. Below are some highlights from their reactions. Join us … More

    SLIDESHOW: The Final Presidential Debate in Pictures

    President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney met for the third and final time Monday night for a debate that covered a range of foreign policy issues and a few domestic issues as well. The following slideshow of images features photos from the debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL. … More

    WORD CLOUD: Obama and Romney at the Final Presidential Debate

    In what has been a season of memorable debates, President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney faced off one last time at Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL. America’s role in the world, Israel and Iran, the war in Afghanistan, the changing Middle East and China’s rise were all topics … More

    Heritage Experts' Roundup of the Final Presidential Debate

    “Sequestration Will Not Happen!” Apparently the President thinks that sequestration is solved. The huge crippling cuts that will trigger on January 2, 2013, are still on the board, but during the final presidential debate, the President declared dismissively that “Sequestration will not happen.” Before anyone starts cheering, the President’s staff … 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

    Watch Our Google+ Hangout Analyzing the Final Presidential Debate

    Tonight’s final showdown between President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney will focus on foreign policy. Heritage has lined up a panel of experts to offer their thoughts on the debate and answer your questions Tuesday at 10 a.m. ET for a live Google+ Hangout. Here’s a brief bio for … More

    Morning Bell: 5 Crucial Questions for the Presidential Foreign Policy Debate

    Tonight’s final presidential debate will focus solely on foreign policy. Moderator Bob Schieffer announced that the topics will be: “America’s Role in the World,” “Our Longest War—Afghanistan and Pakistan,” “Red Lines—Israel and Iran,” “The Changing Middle East and the New Face of Terrorism,” and “The Rise of China and Tomorrow’s … More

    The Obama Doctrine: A Failed Policy Leaving America Weaker in a Dangerous World

    In the third and last presidential debate before the November election, President Obama will be challenged on his foreign policy credentials. Defending his foreign policy track record will be no easy task. After almost four years of his presidency, not only is America’s standing in the world weaker; the world … More

    Chart of the Week: Defense Budget Cuts Gamble with National Security

    The third and final presidential debate between President Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney will feature several different questions on the role of America abroad and other aspects of foreign policy. Obama and Romney will likely address the nation’s impending spending crisis and automatic defense budget cuts, known as sequestration. … More