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    Two Mistakes This Video Makes About the Minimum Wage

    President Obama urged Congress to raise the minimum wage in his State of the Union address. His campaign group, Organizing for Action, has a video out with the same message—and it makes two big (but common) mistakes about the minimum wage. >>> See our infographic, “Should We Raise the Minimum … More

    Watch the Moment Small Business Employees Discover They Can’t Afford Obamacare

    A recent WTAE-PA news segment captured the shock and despair of several Simonetta’s Collision Repair Center employees who had just been told the cost of their health insurance would drastically increase under Obamacare. Gary Simonetta, owner of the Pennsylvania small business, called his employees into a meeting during which they … More

    Obama: 'Not Even a Smidgen of Corruption' at IRS

    President Obama says there is “not even a smidgen of corruption” at the IRS despite the recent targeting of Tea Party and conservative groups. In a taped interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly before the Super Bowl, Obama admitted the IRS made some “bone-headed decisions,” but dismissed the scandal that … More

    Charles Krauthammer Explains Obama's Lawlessness in 50 Seconds

    During an interview on Fox News’ “Special Report,” columnist Charles Krauthammer called President Obama’s executive actions “unbelievably unconstitutional” and lawless. Krauthammer pointed to a double standard in Washington and asserted that if the President were a Republican, “the people would be up in arms and would be impeaching.” >>> Check … More

    A Super Bowl Commercial Guaranteed to Bring You Chills

    On January 8, Army 1st Lt. Chuck Nadd left his eight-month mission in Afghanistan to come home. He knew he’d be greeted by his girlfriend. But he didn’t know his hometown — and Budweiser cameras — were waiting for him, too. Thanks to careful coordination with girlfriend Shannon Cantwell, Lt. … More

    Chicago Grassroots Activists to Obama: You're Out of Touch (VIDEO)

    Some Chicago activists are voicing alarm at President Obama’s agenda, using real-life examples from their urban communities to claim he’s out of touch with his hometown. “If this is what you call helping us, then just stop helping us,” Mark Carter, a member of Voice of the Ex-Offender said. Carter … More

    School Choice Celebrated at D.C. Rally

    A rally held Wednesday at the Friendship Public Charter School in Washington, DC, celebrated the fourth annual School Choice Week. “School choice is about saying to all of you and your parents, if you don’t fit in the school you have, if that school is not meeting your needs, you … More

    This Once-Prosperous American City Went Bankrupt. Who's to Blame?

    Detroit, once a booming metropolis with a strong economy and strong society, declared bankruptcy last July. After 50 years of electing Democratic mayors, the city now has a state-appointed emergency manager overseeing its financial operations. What happened to this once-great American city? Detroit’s problems stem from years of failed liberal … More

    Indiana Farmer-Turned-Congressman on Farm Bill: 'More Business as Usual'

    The U.S. House of Representatives voted 251-166 this morning to pass the nearly $1 trillion farm bill. Representative Marlin Stutzman, a fourth-generation farmer who represents the 3rd District of Indiana, shared his reaction to the news: This farm bill is just more business as usual in Washington. Last summer, the … More

    Heritage Live: All Star Post-SOTU Panel Wednesday at 2pmET

    Did you watch President Obama’s “State of the Union” address last night? We covered it for you at the Foundry — and now we are talking about it live. Join us at 2pm ET on Wednesday for a new episode of Heritage Live. Our panelists will give their reactions to … More