Tag Archives: The Heritage Foundation

Two Roads Diverged: Jim DeMint Leaves U.S. Senate for Heritage Foundation Presidency

Jim DeMintFrom RedState.cm, By: Erick Erickson (Diary), December 6th, 2012 – I got the call before the news went out.  Jim DeMint, the standard bearer of the conservative movement in America and conservative king maker, is leaving the United States Senate.

He will succeed Ed Feulner as President of the Heritage Foundation.

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What Were Ronald Reagan’s Achievements?

Julia Shaw  From The Foundry, by Julia Shaw, February 6, 2012 – 

February 6 is Ronald Reagan’s birthday. While the right has long looked to Reagan as the standard-bearer of conservative leadership, over the past few years, even liberals are waxing Reaganesque.

For instance, before he was the class warrior in the mold of Teddy Roosevelt, President Obama invoked the Gipper to support his millionaire tax. As Reagan historian Steven Hayward remarked, “Ever so slowly, liberals are attempting a subtle revisionism” of our 40th President.

Let’s set the record straight. Just take a look at Ronald Reagan’s greatest achievements as evidence of his conservatism.

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Morning Bell: The Unintended Consequences of Internet Regulation

From The Foundry, by Rob Bluey, December 28, 2011 – Would you be outraged if the Department of Justice shut down The Foundry without any warning and blocked access for more than a year?

That’s exactly what happened to a hip-hop blog called Dajaz1.com, which was falsely accused of criminal copyright infringement. The blog posted music from artists promoting their work. But federal authorities viewed it differently. They seized the domain name, then shared virtually no information with its owner for more than year. Only recently did they quietly drop the case. Continue reading →