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    Cruz Explains Why Americans with Disabilities Will Not Benefit from U.N. Disabilities Treaty

    The United States is the world leader regarding the rights of people with disabilities. But a United Nations treaty seeks to use Americans’ concern for the disabled to undermine U.S. sovereignty. It’s time for proponents of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) to come clean about … More

    Critical Questions for the Obama Administration on Burma–North Korea Ties

    In a discussion at Heritage last week examining U.S.–Burma military-to-military relations, former Senate Foreign Relations Committee professional staff Keith Luse laid out his personal opinion on the issue and raised 10 very specific questions for Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel regarding Burma’s relationship with North Korea. The Administration would do … More

    Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Mock Obamacare at Country Music Awards

    “Saturday Night Live” and Jon Stewart aren’t the only ones poking fun at the epic failure that is Obamacare. Last night, the Country Music Awards opened with a skit directly aimed at HealthCare.gov’s colossal problems. Hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood didn’t hold back when they took on the subject … More

    Security Breach Victim: It Took 5 Days and a Congressional Hearing to Get Government's Attention

    It took a congressional hearing for the man whose security was breached on HealthCare.gov to finally get his information removed from the system — a request he made for five days, without any response. Tom Dougall of South Carolina found out HealthCare.gov exposed his personal information on Friday after receiving a … More

    Obama's Disastrous Stewardship of America's Armed Forces

    Capt. Tom Shanahan didn’t need a full crew. At least, that’s what the Pentagon told him. After all, his ship—the USS Canisteo—was in port for repairs. As the months passed, the Navy assigned more and more Canisteo crew members elsewhere. By the time repairs were complete, Shanahan didn’t have enough … More

    Security Flaws Are Latest Example of Why Obamacare Is Unworkable

    Fox News’ Bret Baier opened tonight’s “Special Report” with a warning for HealthCare.gov users: You can add privacy concerns to the growing list of complaints about the President’s disastrous health care overhaul rollout. It seems those potential Obamacare customers who are able to penetrate the website’s unintentional front-end security gauntlet … More

    Her Health Plan Was Canceled, New Options Are Double the Cost (VIDEO)

    An Illinois woman, Betsy Tadder, is one of the 1.5 million (and counting) Americans whose insurance plan was canceled because of Obamacare. Right now, she pays $454 a month for a health insurance plan she likes. But once she’s officially loses her coverage, she’s offered options that are “unaffordable,” she told Fox News’ “America’s … More

    VIDEO: The Essentials of a Classical Education

    Leigh Bortins believes classical education is the key to fostering individuals who are curious, free, confident, and knowledgeable. As the founder and chief academic officer of Classical Conversations, her homeschooling organization reaches a national and international audience with the goal of equipping parents and students with the classical tools of learning. Bortins, … More

    Health Policy Expert's Insurance Gets Canceled by Obamacare

    As a health policy expert, Hadley Heath has warned about the problems with Obamacare for years. Now, like so many other Americans, she’s facing the real-life consequences of the law. Speaking to Fox News’s Greta Van Susteren, Heath said her current health care plan is no longer an option. The … More

    Burma Is Not Ready for Mil-to-Mil Cooperation with the U.S.

    Has Burma made enough reforms to have military-to-military cooperation with the U.S.? Congressman Steve Chabot (R–OH) says no. In a recent speech at The Heritage Foundation, Chabot noted that the Obama Administration has been too hasty to reward Burma for its reforms and is unclear on what its policies in … More