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Solutions 2016

An arsenal of today’s best conservative policy recommendations for those fighting on the front lines of American political life, whether by running for office or simply being an active citizen in their community. Read More

2016 Federal Budget in Pictures

In 2016 the national debt exceeded $19 trillion. Now, more than ever it’s critical that we understand the nation’s spending, taxes and debt. These powerful charts enable all Americans to better understand the federal budget and identify important areas of reform. Read More

Protecting the US From a Nuclear Attack

Did you know that 33 minutes is the maximum time it would take a nuclear-tipped missile from the farthest point of the earth to reach the United States? Yet, in his eight years in office, President Barack Obama has done little to ensure U.S. missile defenses will protect us. Watch this video to learn more. Read More

Learn About the Candidate Briefing Program

Did you know that Candidates can get policy training from The Heritage Foundation? Many of the 2016 presidential candidates, congressional candidates, and current Members of Congress have attended. Read More

The 2016 Index of Culture and Opportunity

Read more on important indicators in American society and what they mean for our future. Read More

on Budget and Spending

Blueprint for Reform

A comprehensive policy agenda for a new administration in 2017. Read More

on Alliances

Freedom from the EU: Pursuing a US–UK Free Trade Area

Now that Britain has left the EU one of its central priorities should be to negotiate a free trade area with the US. Read More

on Obamacare

What's Next for Obamacare?

Some basic policy parameters for any replacement to Obamacare. Read More

on Terrorism

How To Prevent Another Domestic Terror Attack

Counterterrorism policies are what would stop attacks like Orlando from occurring again, not gun control. Read More

on Political Thought

The Second Amendment and the Inalienable Right to Self-Defense

Contemporary debates about the meaning of the Second Amendment -- is it a collective right or an individual right? -- would have been incomprehensible to the Founders. Read More