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Heritage President Dr. Ed Feulner and President-Elect Senator Jim DeMint discuss Sen. DeMint's resignation from the Senate and his plans to take on the Presidency
Dr. Ed Feulner, President of the Heritage Foundation, discusses his new book on CBN's The 700 Club.
Ed Feulner discusses the Index of Economic Freedom on CNBC Asia.
In a special Heritage in Focus podcast, Heritage President Edwin J. Feulner wishes our listeners a happy 4th of July, and scholar David Azerrad discusses
The recent midterm elections have produced a clear mandate for bold, new leadership guided by conservative principles. It is time to get
Compiled by a team of Heritage experts, Solutions for America identifies the nature and scope of critical challenges in some 20 discrete policy areas and
Protect America Month 2010 kicks off with a special message from Dr. Edwin Feulner, President, The Heritage Foundation.
The Heritage Foundation reacted angrily today to President Obama's claim that a centerpiece of his health care legislation "originated" from the conservative think tank.
Heritage President Ed Feulner explains the significance of reachingthe 500,000-member mark.
Dr. Edwin J. Feulner, President of The Heritage Foundation, thanksthe more than 100,000 Americans who signed the 4% For FreedomPetition.
The Russian invasion and annexation of Crimea, a part of Ukraine, has renewed the interest in Russia’s extensive political warfare activities. In Crimea, Eastern — Read more
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The U.S. and Japan share many interests in Southeast Asia, from development to military modernization. Where they can work together most productively and synergistically — Read more
A centennial from the beginning of World War I is a grim reminder of just how important U.S. leadership in the world is. The — Read more
Every election, as presidential hopefuls jockey for the Republican nomination, each one claims to be a “Reagan conservative.” But are these candidates truly carrying — Read more
In October 1986, Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met for a forty-eight-hour summit in Reykjavik, Iceland. Originally intended as a short, inconsequential gathering to — Read more
What does it mean for Iran to have nuclear weapons capabilities?And what should the United States do about this threatening situation? Iran’s advanced nuclear program may — Read more
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