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    The 5 Most Watched Videos of 2013

    This year, The Foundry produced videos on a wide variety of topics and issues. We also had a lot of fun with them. Here are the five most popular videos of the year. Obamacare: More Than a Glitch Taxpayer-funded commercials paint a rosy picture of the Affordable Care Act. But … More

    What People Are Saying About Our Billboard in Times Square

    Heritage’s billboard is still looming large over Times Square, six stories high and boldly warning about the hazards of Obamacare in one of the busiest intersections in the world. We think it’s pretty cool, and judging by your comments on the billboard images shared on Facebook here, here and here, … More

    DeMint on Obamacare: "We Have to Stop It While There's Still Time"

    Unfair. Unworkable. Unaffordable. Those are the words Heritage President Jim DeMint used to describe Obamacare during a conversation with Andrew Wilkow on The Blaze this week. “We have to stop it while there’s still time,” DeMint said. “If there has ever been something to take a political risk for, this … More

    Heritage's Obamacare "Crystal Ball"

    If you find yourself in New York City’s Times Square this week, look up. That’s where, all month, you’ll see Heritage’s six-story warning about Obamacare. “Warning: Obamacare may be hazardous to your health,” it reads, placed where 1.5 million people can see it every day. But more than your health … More

    NSA Spying Stops Terrorism but Should Also Respect Liberties

    General Keith Alexander, the director of the National Security Agency (NSA), testified in an open hearing before the House Permanent Select Committee for Intelligence on how intelligence collection supports the national effort to fight transnational terrorism. For the first time, he revealed that more than 50 incidents of potential terrorism … More

    Stuxnet Computer Virus: Harbinger of Things to Come

    As the ball dropped in Times Square and bells across the globe rang in the new year, the cyber world reminded us, yet again, that the new year brings significant new challenges. To recap quickly, Stuxnet was a wild, malicious computer virus that infected the Iranian nuclear program, causing the … More

    NYC Terror Dollars: Addressing the Real Funding Problem

    In the wake of last Saturday’s attempted Times Square bombing, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) is mad because NYC’s share of federal counterterrorism dollars has fallen over the past few years. These dollars, allocated through the DHS Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) have gone from “25% of the total funding pot … More

    The Left Hopes for a Tea Party Terrorist

    Last week, someone tried to detonate a roadside car bomb in Times Square. And while investigators were searching for the guilty terrorist, some liberals in this country had already found a culprit – you. That’s right. We’ve entered an era where some on the left expressly hope that when terrorist … More

    Times Square Bomb Plot a Replay of Christmas Day

    In today’s Washington Post, columnist David Ignatius seems to suggests that somehow Saturday’s attempted bomb plot represents the advent of a “new generation of terrorists.” However, the facts of the Times Square plot actually demonstrate quite the opposite—that al Qaeda’s tactics remain largely identical to previously foiled attacks against the … More

    Investigation of Times Square Bomb Plot Shifts to Pakistan

    U.S. officials are reportedly making progress in investigations of the plot to bomb Times Square through questioning of suspected attacker Faisal Shahzad and with help from Pakistani authorities who have rounded up several of Shahzad’s contacts in Pakistan. Despite initially telling U.S. investigators that he acted alone, Shahzad later said … More