Tensions are high on a range of issues in the United States and across the globe. Here is your weekly insight: There are many options left in dealing with North Korea; Heritage expert Bruce Klingner lays out where w» Read more
Jarrett Stepman -> I Went to Charlottesville During the Protests. Here’s What I Saw. I Went to Charlottesville During the Protests. Here’s What I Saw. Jarrett Stepman / August 14, 2017 I picked quite a time to go on a weekend trip to Charlottesville. What was supposed to be a nice getaway with my wife turned into a journey through the» Read more
Most conversations about opportunity focus on economic indicators such as unemployment and job creation. But opportunity springs from much more than that,” says Jennifer Marshall, Index Editor and Vice President of Heritage’s Institute of Family, Community, and Opportunity.
“Family and community are powerful in shaping the opportunities Americans have to advance in this nation.”» Read more
The Agenda -> The Senate must act on repealing and replacing Obamacare – Trump rescinds more regulations than any other president.
The Agenda -> The Senate must act on repealing and replacing Obamacare – Trump rescinds more regulations than any other president. May 9, 2017 The House is in recess and things are quieter on Capitol Hill after last week’s health care vote. Here is your weekly insight. Congress looks ready to turn to tax reform. Heritage weighs in on President» Read more
The Agenda -> Another missed opportunity to cut spending. May 2, 2017 The House is scheduled to leave Thursday for a one-week recess and hoping to get a lot done before then. Here is your weekly insight. Late Sunday night Congress released the text of a massive spending bill to fund the government. Unfortunately, it’s missing many conservative priorities. Also,» Read more
Jim Demint out at Heritage The Heritage Foundation’s Board of Trustees, by a unanimous vote, has asked for and received the resignation of Jim DeMint as president and CEO of the organization. The Board elected Heritage Founder Ed Feulner as president and CEO while we conduct a thorough search for his successor. After a comprehensive and independent review of the» Read more
All Sitting Supreme Court Justices Have Been Involved With Federalist Society, Labeled a ‘Front’ Group by Democrats
All Sitting Supreme Court Justices Have Been Involved With Federalist Society, Labeled a ‘Front’ Group by Democrats Rachel del Guidice / April 04, 2017 Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court choice, came under fire from Democrats Monday because of his involvement with the Federalist Society, a conservative legal organization. “I don’t know what Donald Trump’s judicial philosophy» Read more
In ‘Scary’ Episode, This Employer Is Hoisted in Effigy by Anti-Trump Agitators Ken McIntyre / April 03, 2017 Anthony J. Saliba is no shrinking violet. As a prominent Chicago financier as well as a trustee of the nation’s leading conservative think tank, he has seen his share of rough-and-tumble battles. But Tony Saliba hadn’t ever seen a crude effigy of» Read more
Washington is spending too much. In fact, Congress is addicted to it. We are rapidly approaching $20 trillion in debt and it’s time to start making the difficult choices necessary to put our nation on a sustainable fiscal course. Today, Heritage released its» Read more
The Agenda -> Congress should look to its 2015 bill to repeal Obamacare – How to prevent another “great recession.”
The Agenda -> Congress should look to its 2015 bill to repeal Obamacare – How to prevent another “great recession.” Feb. 28, 2017 President Donald Trump will give his first major congressional address today at 9 p.m. ET. He is expected to touch on a number of issues that are important to conservatives. Here is your weekly guide: House Republicans» Read more