The 114th Congress has an opportunity and obligation to stop Washington’s taxpayer-financed spending spree. Read More.
The federal budget has three principal roles: (1) to control spending, (2) to limit the size and scope of government, and (3) to compel choices among governing priorities. In short, budgeting truly is governing. Congress must get back to budgeting now to bring America’s fiscal house in order.
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Deputy Director, Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies and Grover M. Hermann Research Fellow
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When Congress returns to Washington after Labor Day, they will have only four weeks to finish the major defense bills and send them to the — Read more
A Presentation of the Findings of the 2017 Global Agenda for Economic FreedomThe Heritage Foundation’s annual Index of Economic Freedom grades nearly every country in — Read more
This November Americans will participate in the selection of their political representatives. In theory unionized employees also have the right to select their workplace — Read more
On June 23, 2016, voters in the United Kingdom gave the biggest mandate in British electoral history to support Leaving the European Union. As the — Read more
~ The Annual B.C. Lee Lecture on U.S. Policy in the Asia-Pacific ~The Heritage Foundation is honored to host Senator John McCain (R-AZ) for our — Read more
Former Chief Justice William Rehnquist once wrote that the Supreme Court treats “property” as “a poor relation,” deserving of far less protection than “life” or — Read more
Amber Smith flew into enemy fire in some of the most dangerous combat zones in the world. One of only a few women to — Read more
In Scales on War, Major General Bob Scales provides a collection of ideas, concepts, and observations about contemporary war taken from over thirty years of — Read more
The Supreme Court’s 2015 term was marked by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia and cases involving several hot button issues – abortion, capital punishment, — Read more
Fifty years ago, a closely divided Supreme Court decided a criminal procedure case known to almost every American – Miranda v. Arizona. To protect — Read more
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