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While taxpayers call for spending restraint, Obama’s education plan would increase education spending, enlarge the maze of federal programs, and further remove educational decision-making authority from state and local policymakers. Read More.
Despite decades of increased federal education spending, academic achievement in the United States lags. Rather than more taxpayer dollars and more control from Washington, systemic education reform that returns educational authority to the states and empowers parents with school choice is necessary.
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Join us as our distinguished guests reflect upon Japanese, Chinese and American space policy and the strategic implications they hold for the future. — Read more
What are the big foreign policy and defense issues on the Hill this year as they relate to Asia? Every year The Heritage Foundation’s — Read more
The 21st Century is likely to witness Asia’s two largest civilizations – China and India – join the United States in an elite club of — Read more
History has not ended. Across the world today, we are witnessing both a heroic struggle for democracy and reform and the disturbing strength of — Read more
State marriage laws across the country are facing constitutional challenges in the wake of last year’s Supreme Court decision in United States v. Windsor, which — Read more
Has the Federal Reserve functioned as it was intended? How well has the Fed managed the economy and calmed business cycles? Do its — Read more
A special film screeningOut of over 22 million veterans living in America today, 30% suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – making up a fifth of — Read more
Over the last three years, the State of Wisconsin has witnessed a transformation. Through tough, but prudent, structural policy reforms, the State has balanced — Read more
From Cicero to Snooki, the cultural influences on our American presidents are powerful and plentiful. Thomas Jefferson famously said "I cannot live without books," — Read more
A Book Reception Celebrating Cal Thomas' 30th Anniversary as a Syndicated Columnist Solutions ... not theories. Political progress ... not political posturing. Instead of — Read more
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