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    At Britain’s CPAC, Heritage Joins Conservative Allies

    The Heritage Foundation was proud to be the only American think tank invited to participate in the inaugural Freedom Festival, Britain’s equivalent of the Conservative Political Action Conference in the U.S. Organized by the leading center-right think tanks and activist organizations in Britain, including such stalwarts for freedom as the … More

    No Politics, Man: Oak Ridge Boys Thrill Heritage Audience in Visit

    That wasn’t “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson who pulled up to The Heritage Foundation yesterday. It was bearded baritone William Lee Golden—and he brought along the rest of the legendary Oak Ridge Boys. Yup, the veteran country-gospel quartet made a surprise visit to Heritage at noon, delighting the assembled crowd … More

    Heritage Expert Predicted Obamacare’s Cost Increases

    2009: “There is nothing in the House or Senate bills that will enable Americans to have the kind of cost control that the President is promising,” said Robert Moffit, PhD, on “Hannity” before Obamacare became law. Regardless of such warnings, Obamacare was passed, and now the full effect of the … More

    Pro-Internet-Tax Groups Get the Facts Wrong

    A letter from a small group of four pro-Internet-tax advocacy groups sent to Members of Congress yesterday claims that The Heritage Foundation is wrong on the policy and the facts regarding the issue of Internet sales taxes. Their assertion falls short. There are several fatal problems with the bill, which … More

    WATCH: The Bloggers Briefing on the $6.3 Trillion Cost of Amnesty

    Robert Rector, author of Heritage’s new study projecting a $6.3 trillion cost for amnesty, will speak at The Bloggers Briefing today at noon ET. The event will be webcast. In addition, Representative Richard Hudson (R-NC) will provide an update of goings-on in the House. Hudson was elected last November to represent … 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

    WATCH: Heritage President Jim DeMint at Today's Bloggers Briefing

    We are excited to announce that Heritage’s new president, Jim DeMint, will join us at today’s Bloggers Briefing. Even though he’s been with us since January, last Thursday was DeMint’s first day leading Heritage. He’ll be talking about his vision for Heritage. DeMint joined Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey for an … More

    Heritage's Feulner in South Korea to Welcome Its New President

    Heritage Foundation President Dr. Edwin Feulner is in South Korea on Monday attending the inauguration of Park Geun-hye as that nation’s new president and successor to Lee Myung-bak. Feulner has remained a stalwart advocate for Korea-U.S. relations for more than 40 years, and in that time has met with every … More

    WATCH: "The Liberal War on Transparency" at Bloggers Briefing

    Today’s Bloggers Briefing features the authors of two recent books. Watch it live on The Foundry from noon to 1 p.m. today. The Heritage Foundation’s Ryan Anderson has co-written “What Is Marriage?” along with Sherif Girgis and Robert George. Anderson will speak at the Bloggers Briefing, and will follow up with a separate … More