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    Armed Services Advocate Ike Skelton Passes On

    As long-time Congressman Ike Skelton (D–MO) is laid to rest today, he leaves a legacy on Capitol Hill of bipartisan efforts on the House Armed Services Committee and continued commitment to America’s armed services. First elected in 1976 in western Missouri, Skelton served in the U.S. House for 34 years. … More

    4 Things John Kerry Got Wrong in a 4½-Minute Video

    Secretary of State John Kerry has a new, impassioned video appeal for the U.S. Senate to consent to ratification of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). Kerry’s speechwriters should have checked their facts, though. Among Kerry’s mistakes and mischaracterizations are the following: “[The CRPD] will … More

    Heritage Book Fair Raises $2,726 for Wounded Warriors

    While cleaning out her office of old materials, Heritage’s Becky Norton Dunlop noticed the extensive collection of books for which she no longer had any room. They covered a wide range of topics—economics, foreign policy, political theory, and more. Many were written by prominent authors, some were signed, and others … More