The United States’ commitment to the universal truths of human equality and the right to self-government—as proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence—requires a vigilant defense of the cause of liberty, both at home and abroad. Read More.
"We Still Hold These Truths: Rediscovering Our Principles, Reclaiming Our Future," written by Heritage's Matthew Spalding, offers a bracingly fresh analysis of how and why we have lost our bearings as a nation. Read More.
Understanding our political heritage is a vital part of building a stronger America for the next generation. The principles of America’s Founders must be restored to their proper role in the public and political discourse, influencing public policy and reforming government to reflect constitutional limits.
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As a critical pillar of economic freedom, measured annually in The Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom, regulatory efficiency has proven to be vital in — Read more
A book event co-hosted by ADF InternationalIn the second edition of his book Censored – How European Hate Speech Laws are Threatening Freedom of Speech, — Read more
Co-hosted by the National Review Institute College students today face a university environment that is largely hostile to the principles of a free society. University administrators — Read more
Co-hosted by the GI Film FestivalChaplain Justin David Roberts served 6 years active duty as an Army Chaplain. Before he left the Army in 2015 — Read more
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