Posts Tagged ‘Foundry’

Obamacare is Already Unraveling

Written on December 28th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
With all the talk about forcing people to buy health insurance, health insurance exchanges, and high-risk pools, it is often forgotten that most of what Obamacare really is, is just […]

Top Ten Charts of 2010

Written on December 27th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
As 2010 draws to a close, The Foundry will be posting a series of Top Ten lists highlighting some of The Heritage Foundation’s most influential work. The Top Ten Heritage […]

Remembering the Providential Gift of America

Written on December 26th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Christmas, 1776. Summer had begun with strong declarations of noble ideals, but by winter the cause of liberty seemed to be at low ebb. Having suffered defeat after defeat, many […]

Over the River and Through the Woods…

Written on December 26th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
On Christmas Day in Hopewell Township, New Jersey, approximately 100 patriots will re-enact George Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River.  This annual memorial to the Christmas Night crossing of 1776 […]

Obamacare: The Price Controls Begin

Written on December 25th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
The Department of Health and Human Services announced Tuesday that, starting next year, health insurance companies must receive permission from the Obama administration before they can raise rates higher than […]

The Age of Uncertainty

Written on December 25th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Entrepreneurs fret daily over economic uncertainty. Case in point: Even with passage of the lame-duck tax deal, they still don’t know what their tax burden will be two years from […]

VIDEO: Santa’s Wish List for Washington

Written on December 24th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Businesses are facing increasing uncertainty — temporary tax rates and burdensome regulations are just two of the factors slowing America’s economic recovery. Now even Kris Kringle is voicing concerns. Jolly […]

TSA Has Its Security Priorities in the Wrong Place

Written on December 24th, 2010 by kalelno shouts
There is absolutely nothing wrong with full-body scanners. In fact, the more we innovate and introduce new security technologies, the more we can stay one step ahead of terrorists. But […]

A Brief History of Earmarks

Written on December 23rd, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Some in Washington seem to believe that the way our nation currently funds infrastructure projects is the only way. For example,  Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) told Politico: Let’s look at […]

Are Visas for India’s High Tech Companies Congress’ New Cash Cow?

Written on December 23rd, 2010 by kalelno shouts
Republicans and Democrats can always agree on spending more money. Their default position is usually not to cover costs.  But if they must, there’s one sure-fire political no-brainer: make foreigners […]
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