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Heritage Action, the political arm of the conservative Heritage Foundation, spent last year's August recess banging the drum for Congress to defund the 2010 health law, barnstorming the country to fuel conservatives' discontent with GOP leaders in Washington.
New data from health insurance providers suggests more than 1.7 million people lost coverage through their jobs between October 2013 and March of this year.
As it did during the Mississippi Republican U.S. Senate primary and likely will again to some degree in the November general election, the talk turns to cutting federal spending...sorta.
On Monday afternoon at 1:35 PM, I received an email from the National Organization for Marriage inviting me to the Heritage Foundation just four hours later for a screening of Rick Santorum's new "docudrama," One Generation Away: The Erosion of Religious Liberty .
Unless you're a dedicated policy wonk, the name Stuart Butler probably doesn't ring a bell.
We've heard a lot over thte last few months about the great success of Obamacare in enrolling people in the program.
Ryan T. Anderson, a newly minted fellow at the Heritage Foundation , is making the rounds with the organization's latest attempt at explaining its opposition to marriage equality.
Here's a question the Bruce Rauner campaign might want to ask itself as it heads into the November election for governor: You remember "values voters."
Education is critical to future economic success, write Lindsey Burke and Stuart Butler of the Heritage Foundation, yet too many American students are placed in schools with low-quality teachers.
This week's Social Security trustees' report contains rather dire projections, showing permanent and growing cash-flow deficits and impending trust fund exhaustion.
Unless Congress intervenes by allocating additional revenue or canceling projects, the highway account will run out of money by Sept.
Stephen Moore Can't Even Cherry-Pick Data Right: Live from the Roasterie CCXXVII: July 28, 2014 Ken Thomas: Middle Class Political Economist: Stephen Moore can't even get his cherry-picked data right : "If you have had the stomach to read the malarkey that the Heritage Foundation puts out... ...you have no doubt noticed that many of their ... (more)
"Breathless" is exactly the word to describe the critics of the Kansas tax cuts, and indeed there are a number of them.
Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly had choice worlds for the Environmental Protection Agency's new rule on power plant emissions Monday, moving beyond the usual "war on coal" language and likening the proposed regulations to an act of terrorism.
Stuart Butler, a noted healthcare scholar and adviser, plans to join the Brookings Institution in September as a senior fellow in its economic studies program.Effective Sept.
Newt Gingrich recently gave a speech at the Heritage Foundation in which he explained why government must be rebuilt, not fixed.
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