The President's Message

The President's Message

The Heritage Foundation is fighting for America.

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The radical left and the rising tide of socialism pose a dire threat to America’s future. Now more than ever, the people of this nation need a champion fighting the left’s agenda.  

Every day, The Heritage Foundation fights for America—for individual liberty, limited government, free enterprise, traditional American values, and a strong national defense to protect at all. Our world-renowned experts develop conservative solutions to America’s biggest issues—from creating more jobs, improving the economy, and building stronger families to securing our borders, making health care more affordable, and so much more. 

But unlike so many other organizations in Washington, D.C., our focus isn’t on putting more power into the hands of government, it’s on returning power to the people. Our job is about working on behalf of the American people, not on behalf of any special interest or political party. 

But we can’t do it alone. It's only through our Heritage members that we have the ability to engage on all these fronts and continue to fight for America. That’s why we invite you to stand with us—because there’s too much at stake to stand on the sidelines.

Heritage Pressure Leads to Amazon’s Reversing Censorship Decision
While we appreciate Amazon reversing this egregious decision, this incident is consistent with the trend of Big Tech companies to suppress conservative speech they disagree with. Read the statement.

Biden’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Are Unacceptable, Must Be Rejected
President Biden’s proposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates are unacceptable and must be rejected. Read the statement.

In Remembrance of 9/11 Attacks: “We Will Never, Ever Break”
Our world today has grown no less dangerous. Indeed, the threats we face multiply year by year. Evil does not sleep, and its forces do not rest. Read the statement.

Reflecting on 9/11: Taliban Are Stronger Than They Were in 2001
As we prepare to mark the 20th anniversary of the horrific terrorist attacks on our homeland on Sept. 11, 2001, we take stock of the past two decades—of all that we have won and of all that we have lost. Read the commentary.

Heritage Mourns the Loss of U.S. Service Members in Afghanistan
My colleagues and I at The Heritage Foundation have watched the growing chaos and confusion in Afghanistan in recent days with sadness, anger, and concern. Read the statement.


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