Former Senator Jim DeMint (R., S.C.) says the United States needs to deter aggression from Russia and China by projecting strength and determination and making good on promises to its allies.
Among the many quirks of the small college where I was an undergraduate was that it required all students to read, in the summer before senior year, War and Peace. Far from being a dull project, for me the novel was a source of hypnotic delights: The competing role models of the dark, heroic Andrei and his friend, the searching, kindly Pierre; the attractive figure of Natasha—what now most holds me back from rereading the thing is the fear that, in my adulthood, I can no longer be charmed by her—not to mention the spectacle of these weirdly real souls caught up in all that war, in Great Events.
The Conservative Party’s victory in the recent British general election spoke to a desire for smaller government on the part of voters, according to experts on both sides of the Atlantic speaking at a panel discussion at the Heritage Foundation Thursday.
Two of America’s leading free-market advocacy groups sent a letter Monday to Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) urging him to end the Export-Import Bank.
Andrew Herndon knew it was coming.
Herndon, a Charlotte, N.C. resident who has a health and life insurance license but works in sales, fully expected that his health insurance premiums would rise after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The only question was by how much.
Russell Kirk’s seminal work The Conservative Mind is still relevant 60 years after it first was published and offers a useful critique of parts of today’s Republican party, according to panelists at a Heritage Foundation event on Wednesday afternoon.
Conservative groups on Monday criticized the comprehensive immigration reform bill making its way through the Senate, revealing divisions between conservative politicians and policy leaders on the issue.
Conservative groups are pushing the federal government to address waste before cutting services as part of the budget sequester that goes into effect today.
Fans of President Calvin Coolidge and bestselling author Amity Shlaes gathered Wednesday at the Heritage Foundation to revive the reputation of the “very important but largely forgotten” president.
Charles Kesler argued Wednesday night at the Heritage Foundation that “the crisis of liberalism is Obama’s crisis” during a lecture based on his book, I Am the Change: Barack Obama and the Crisis of Liberalism.