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    How a FOIA Request Brought Down EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson

    Author Christopher Horner joined the Bloggers Briefing this week to discuss his new book, The Liberal War on Transparency, and how citizen journalists can use the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to hold the government accountable. “You’ve got Issa oversight, and you’ve got you oversight—FOIA and state open records laws,” … More

    Will the Air Force of the Future Be Capable of Flying?

    “Among the most difficult challenges facing the Air Force is the need to modernize,” writes Michael Donley, the Secretary of the Air Force. Despite major engagements in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, and Libya since the end of the Cold War, the Air Force currently operates the oldest fleet it has ever … More

    VIDEO: Why Free Markets Are Moral and Big Government Isn't

    Steve Forbes believes the free market is getting a bum rap. Thanks in part to demagoguery from Washington’s political class and outright vilification from Hollywood, there seems to be little to like. The two-time presidential candidate and magazine executive wants to change that perception. Forbes, author of “Freedom Manifesto: Why Free Markets are Moral … More

    WATCH: Google+ Hangout on the Sandy Relief Bill

    Last week, Congress passed a $9 billion Sandy relief bill, but they are also considering a supplemental $51 billion aid package that is loaded with pork and unnecessary spending. Join us on Friday, January 11, at noon ET for our “Lunch with Heritage” Google+ Hangout on the outrageous spending in the Sandy … More

    New York’s Fracking Opportunity

    Some would say there is only one choice between energy or the environment. But energy and environmental interests are often not the archenemies people make them out to be. This has been the case with hydraulic fracturing (fracking), where state and local governments have effectively regulated the process and have … 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

    VIDEO: Interview with Jim DeMint on Family and Work (Part 3)

    Senator Jim DeMint joined The Heritage Foundation this week, leaving his job in Congress to prepare to become the think tank’s next president in April. This is the third and final part of our interview with DeMint. He talks about growing up in Greenville, SC, his single mother, and the importance … More

    VIDEO: Interview with Jim DeMint on Success and Failure (Part 2)

    Senator Jim DeMint joined The Heritage Foundation this week, leaving his job in Congress to prepare to become the think tank’s next president in April. This is the second part of our interview with DeMint, which covers his greatest accomplishment in Congress and biggest failure. Part 1: DeMint on the Future … More

    WATCH: Google+ Hangout on the Fiscal Cliff Deal

    Late at night on New Year’s Eve, when most people were out celebrating, the Senate was in session passing a “fiscal cliff” bill. On New Year’s Day, it was the House’s turn to pass the bill, which they did, and it was signed electronically by President Obama on Wednesday. What … More

    VIDEO: Interview with Jim DeMint on the Future of Conservatism (Part 1)

    Senator Jim DeMint officially joins The Heritage Foundation today, leaving his job in Congress to prepare to become the think tank’s next president in April. He sat down for an interview to talk about the power of policy ideas, how conservatives are perceived, and what he sees for the future … More