The current U.N. development system promises too much and demands too little of its member governments. Its autocracy, secrecy, bureaucracy, and self-aggrandizement reflect the worst of its members. Read More.
Solutions 2016 provides candidates for elected office the ability to quickly identify the key issues of the day and present clear policy recommendations, supported by facts, for addressing them. Read more.
While foreign assistance can sometimes assist in promoting economic growth and development, far more important are a country's economic policies, the rule of law, and good governance. Rather than focusing on the level of aid, America should focus its efforts on encouraging developing countries to adopt policies conducive to economic growth and development.
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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
A book eventWhat is really happening in the Catholic Church in North America? Are parishes thriving or dying? Is dissatisfaction among Catholics growing — Read more
This October marks the 30th anniversary of then-Attorney General Ed Meese’s speech on “The Law of the Constitution,” which was part of a series of — Read more
The federal government employs about two million employees, to the tune of roughly $337 billion per year. The magnitude of federal employment underscores the — Read more
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Ever since the Supreme Court declared, by a slim majority, that “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms” is an individual right — Read more
***Webcast Only***The Heritage Foundation’s Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies is honored to announce that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will deliver — Read more
Co-hosted by the American Enterprise Institute Both of the major parties agree that this is a crossroads election, but some implications of the vote may not — Read more
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