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  • Commentary posted December 11, 2015 by Rachel Bovard Pass a Six-Week Funding Extension

    Call me Swami. As I predicted two and a half months ago, December has indeed turned out to be the cruelest month for responsible funding decisions. Congress is still negotiating a $1.1 trillion spending deal to fund the government for at least another year. Absent yet another extension of 2015 spending levels, they must pass the new deal by December 16 — next…

  • Commentary posted October 8, 2015 by Rachel Bovard President Obama's Climate Change Power Grab

    It's almost winter in Paris, and soon the City of Lights will be blanketed beneath a heavy layer of foreign bureaucrats and climate-change negotiators. On November 30, hundreds of unelected representatives of the international powers will descend under the auspices of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). According to recent press…

  • Issue Brief posted December 4, 2012 by Jessica Zuckerman, Landon Zinda STEM Jobs Act: Next Step for High-Skilled Immigration Reform

    Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the STEM Jobs Act of 2012 (H.R. 6429). The bill, which has received bipartisan support, would allocate 55,000 visas toward high-skilled immigrants holding master’s or doctoral degrees from U.S. educational institutions. The legislation would also do away with the Diversity Visa (DV) program, better known as the “green…

  • Heritage in Focus: The RNC Rundown Audio Recorded on August 31, 2012 Heritage in Focus: The RNC Rundown

    Brian Darling, Senior Fellow for Government Studies, and Cameron Seward, Research Associate at The Heritage Foundation, discuss the Republican National Convention as the RNC wraps up in Tampa. Jackie Anderson hosts.…

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