Mohammed Morsi

Obama Regime Calls for Egyptian Islamist Dictator Morsi Release

Germany and the United States on Friday called for the release of ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi amid mounting tensions between supporters and opponents over his overthrow. “We call for an end to the restrictions on Mr. Morsi’s whereabouts,” a German foreign ministry spokesman told reporters, according to the AFP news agency. The German ministry […]

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Harry Reid Is At It Again

When Harry Reid gets frustrated, he threatens to change the Senate’s rules to get his way. The Senate Majority Leader, a Democrat from Nevada, has once again threatened to change the way the Senate works—this time, to push through President Obama’s nominees for several controversial appointments. Reid wants to change the rules so that it […]

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Cloakroom: July 15 – July 19

House Cloakroom: July 15 – July 19 Analysis: The House is set to have a busy week dealing with Obamacare, education reform, and defense funding. In the wake of the Obama Administration’s decision to delay implementation of the Obamacare employer mandate for a year, the House will take action on both of Obamacare’s mandates. It […]

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Rapper Pitbull Speaks in Favor of Charter Schools

Rapper Pitbull. (Photo: Alberto E. Tamargo/Sipa USA/Newscom) What do researchers at The Heritage Foundation and Miami-born rapper Pitbull have in common? A belief in the power of charter schools. Pitbull, whose given name is Armando Christian Perez, delivered the opening address at the National Charter Schools Conference in Washington, D.C., last week. Perez has six […]

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D.C. High School Students Get a Taste of Conservative Policy with Heritage Fellowships

Cesar Chavez students De’Quan Staton (left) and Jamar Traynham. This marks the seventh summer that Heritage and the Cesar Chavez Public Charter School for Public Policy have partnered together to provide fellowships to its students, who must complete a fellowship of their choosing to graduate. Chavez educates more than 400 high school students, and two […]

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Benghazi Scandal Haunts Nuland Nomination

Benghazi continues to haunt the Obama Administration. As demonstrated yesterday, Victoria Nuland, the nominee for Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs and former State Department spokesman, is the most recent object of the distrust and anger felt by Senators over the attack on the U.S. consulate on September 11, 2012, and its aftermath. At […]

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A Band-Aid for Derivatives Trading

Uli Deck/dpa/picture-alliance/Newscom American regulators yesterday agreed, both internally and with the European Union, on how to deal with the trading of financial derivatives beyond U.S. shores. The EU and U.S. essentially decided to treat each other’s rules as “close enough.” While the decision has some value, it continues to miss the point. No set of […]

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