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    Heritage to Detail Amnesty Costs at 11:30 News Conference

    WHEN: Today, May 6, at 11:30 a.m. ET (Camera setup: 10:30 a.m.) WHO: Jim DeMint, President, The Heritage Foundation Robert Rector, Senior Research Fellow, Domestic Policy Studies Derrick Morgan, Vice President, Domestic and Economic Policy WHERE: The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium, 214 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Washington, D.C. Remote viewers may … More

    The Way Ahead for Conservatives

    Turning points matter, but not nearly as much as the direction one takes after reaching a turning point. So: In the aftermath of the 2012 election, where does the country go from here? That’s up to politicians to determine, of course. But in our democratic republic, “We, the people” must … More

    Thatcher, According to a Heritage Fellow

    Newscom Dr. Robin Harris, senior visiting fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, has a new book published this week on the life of Margaret Thatcher. On the back cover of his book Harris reprints a letter from Lady Thatcher: “I can think of no one better … More

    Heritage Loses a Friend and World Loses Peacemaker in Kathryn W. Davis

    Heritage is saddened to learn of the passing of Kathryn W. Davis at age 106. She and her husband, Shelby Cullom Davis, were the founders of Heritage’s Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies. “Kathryn was an adventurer and a scholar, and The Heritage Foundation owes a lot … More

    How Heritage Is Studying the Costs of Immigration

    In discussing comprehensive immigration reform in recent days, some commentators have discussed The Heritage Foundation’s previous and anticipated work looking at the costs of unlawful immigration and amnesty. Heritage’s Robert Rector, who helped spearhead welfare reform in the 1990s and is one of the nation’s top experts on government assistance … More

    WATCH: Google+ Hangout on What You Don't Know About Heritage

    Where did The Heritage Foundation come from? How did it grow from just a few local patriots to hundreds of thousands of members across the country? Why did President Ronald Reagan turn to Heritage for policy solutions? Join us for a special Google+ Hangout on Friday at noon ET to … More

    Morning Bell: Carrying on Margaret Thatcher's Vision

    Lady Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s former prime minister and patron of The Heritage Foundation, was a leader who transformed Britain from the sick man of Europe into once again a great nation and an economic powerhouse. Her death yesterday at the age of 87 is a loss not only for her own country … 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

    Leading the Way: Celebrating Conservatism’s Champion

    For 36 years, Ed Feulner has stood at the helm of The Heritage Foundation. Through his leadership, Heritage became the conservative beacon on Capitol Hill, leading the way for conservative research and legislation to shape American policy. Heritage wouldn’t have happened without Ed Feulner. In his new book, Leading the … More