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    Heritage to Screen "Honor Flight," Movie About World War II Heroes

    Last summer the heartwarming movie “Honor Flight” premiered before record-breaking crowd of 28,442 at Miller Park in Milwaukee. The film, which chronicles the lives and battlefield experiences of four living World War II veterans, is a powerful testament to a Midwest community’s effort to honor American heroes with a trip … More

    Morning Bell: Serving Those Who Served

    This Memorial Day, the Heritage family will join all Americans in remembering the service and sacrifices of those who gave all so the rest of us would remain free. There is no greater way to honor their memory than making a personal commitment to serving those who served—our 22 million … More

    Veterans Organizations: Serving Those Who Serve

    “Veterans and their families are the single greatest natural resource this country has.” – James Carafano Veterans are highly skilled, dedicated individuals who bring to the civilian workforce those same qualities. However, transitioning from the battlefield to civilian life can be difficult. The panel of veterans and philanthropists at Heritage’s … More

    America's Veterans: Serving Those Who Serve

    As part of its fifth annual Protect America Month, Heritage will honor those who have bravely served our nation and kept us safe from innumerable threats and enemies with an event on “Serving Those Who Serve.” Our veterans are the finest the U.S. has to offer. They have been tested … More

    Iraq: Take a Day to Remember

    Today is the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Iraq. There will be much heated debate and discussion today about how the war began, why it began, and the results of all the effort, cost, and lives. These are all legitimate questions, but this day should be … More

    Morning Bell: Why a Car Commercial Can Make You Cry

    Is there a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces in your life? If so, tears likely came to your eyes when you saw Jeep’s Super Bowl commercial. Oprah Winfrey’s voice-over was a moving tribute to those who fight for us: “In your home, in our hearts—you’ve been missed. You’ve been … More

    WATCH: Babies, Movies, and Veterans at The Bloggers Briefing

    People are having too few babies, Jonathan Last warns in his new book, “What to Expect When No One’s Expecting.” The world’s population will peak, and then begin shrinking, within the next 50 years. What are the consequences? Last, a senior writer at the Weekly Standard, will join us at … More

    Norman Schwarzkopf, RIP: Another Old Warrior Passes

    General Norman Schwarzkopf, the man who led U.S. troops during the first Gulf War in 1991, died at 78 years old yesterday. Schwarzkopf was residing in Tampa, Florida, the location of his last military assignment: commander of United States Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base. He died of complications … More

    Honor Flight’s Powerful Message to Veterans

    World records don’t come easy, but a new one has been set by a very deserving film. Honor Flight, a documentary film about World War II veterans and their journeys to see the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, premiered to a world record 28,400 people earlier this year … More

    Morning Bell: Hear a Veteran's Story

    For nearly 100 years, America has been celebrating on November 11. Originally it was to remember the end of the First World War that was supposed to be the one that would end them all. Sadly, this was not the case. In 1952, a small town in Kansas started to … More