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    Heritage Book Fair Raises $2,726 for Wounded Warriors

    While cleaning out her office of old materials, Heritage’s Becky Norton Dunlop noticed the extensive collection of books for which she no longer had any room. They covered a wide range of topics—economics, foreign policy, political theory, and more. Many were written by prominent authors, some were signed, and others … More

    Are You Getting Fooled by Obama? Check These 5 Pictures and Find Out

    Organizing for Action, President Obama’s campaign group, is good at what it does. Its activists know how to get people fired up about President Obama, and they know they’ve been able to fool a lot of Americans. They also know the 2,700-page Affordable Care Act is an overwhelming piece of legislation … More

    Farm Bill: You'll Never Believe Where the House Wants to Spend Your Tax Dollars

    The House split up farm-related programs and food stamps, but they didn’t make a single reform to farm programs — and House leadership is hoping America doesn’t notice. The text of the farm-only bill was released late last night, and current plans are to vote on the bill as soon as … More

    Amnesty and the Welfare State Don’t Mix

    Heritage’s highly anticipated report on the cost of amnesty, released earlier today, puts the price tag at $6.3 trillion—a figure that becomes available as the Senate prepares for a May 9 markup of the “comprehensive” immigration reform bill proposed by the “Gang of Eight.” Heritage, the only organization that has … 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

    Heritage, Cato, AEI Presidents: Conservatives Must Communicate Care, Unity

    How do conservatives continue to advance their ideas? That was the big question answered by retiring Heritage President Dr. Ed Feulner, who led off a panel discussion also featuring the presidents of other leading think tanks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) over the weekend. “One of our objectives … More

    Top Tweets on Jim DeMint's Role as Heritage's Next President

    Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) will leave the U.S. Senate next year to become president of The Heritage Foundation, succeeding Edwin J. Feulner, the man who first envisioned the think tank in 1973 and has led it as president for the past 36 years. Here are reactions from conservative leaders and … More

    Heritage Solutions Advance in the Public Debate

    As the public debate over America’s future unfolds, The Heritage Foundation continues to advocate conservative solutions for America. A comparison of the Heritage solutions with former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s nationally televised address on August 31, 2012, illustrates the extent to which the Heritage ideas have penetrated the public debate. … More

    Introducing the All-New Heritage Mobile App

    The Heritage Foundation is excited to announce the launch of our brand new app for the iPhone, iPad, Droid, and Droid Tablets. The Heritage Mobile App is the easiest way to keep up with issues that matter most to you. It also puts the Foundry, our latest videos, and infographics … More

    Conservatism vs. Libertarianism: Heritage, Cato Square Off in Debate

    Which is the preferable philosophy, conservatism or libertarianism? Last Wednesday, interns from The Cato Institute (Matthew Cavedon and Jack Solowey) and The Heritage Foundation (Maura Cremin and Keith Neely) participated in the annual intern debate held in Cato’s F.A. Hayek Auditorium to sharpen their understanding of the differences between traditional conservatism and … More