Is nuclear energy safe? Powering America answers this question and more by pulling back the veil on nuclear energy and follows the men and women who work in America's nuclear power industry. Read More.
America needs an energy policy that promotes environmental sustainability and economic growth. Yet Members of Congress and the Administration are promoting policies and regulations that centralize power in Washington. Read More.
Energy and environmental policy is a national priority. Lawmakers should implement a long-term plan that allows free markets to balance supply and demand, ensures reliable and competitively priced energy for the future, and creates incentives for responsible stewardship of the nation's resources and environment.
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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
In Reefer Sanity, Dr. Kevin Sabet considers the consequences of marijuana legalization. He uses a plethora of research – drawn from his almost two — Read more
Tweet this event using #EndExIm @Heritage and @SenMikeLee.Compounding America's crises of economic immobility and insecurity is the growing crisis of crony capitalism. — 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
In this book, Haroon K. Ullah analyzes the origins, ideologies, bases of support, and electoral successes of the largest and most influential Islamic parties in — 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
Drawing on examples from the nation's past and present, Uncle Sam Can't Count provides a thorough economic history of why the federal government cannot – — 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
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