Rep. Frank Wolf

Rep. Frank Wolf Discusses Political and Religious Rights

With economic issues dominating the domestic political agenda and much of our foreign policy focused on combating terrorism, systematic violations of political and religious rights by some of the world’s most tyrannical regimes receive less attention than perhaps they should. Rep. Frank Wolf, a Republican representing Virginia’s 5th District, is out to rectify that shortcoming. […]

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Pakistan to Re-Open Border for NATO

Pakistan announced Thursday that it plans to reopen supply routes to NATO forces in Afghanistan, but will impose tariffs. Islamabad closed its borders to NATO after a cross-border air raid killed 24 Pakistani soldiers on November 26. US officials described the incident as “regrettable” and having resulted from “the fog of war.” The NATO attack […]

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Ambassador McFaul Runs into Putin’s TV Buzz Saw

Russian state television has launched an all-out assault on the new U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul—undeservedly so, although not unexpected. Russia’s Channel One, run by All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK), aired a hostile report this week aimed at the ambassador as he begins his tenure in Moscow. The report attacked McFaul personally and […]

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Online Chat on the Keystone XL Pipeline

On Wednesday, president Obama rejected the TransCanada’s permit application to construct a 1,700-mile pipeline from Alberta, Canada, to Texas refineries. Join us on Friday from 12-1 for our “Lunch with Heritage” chat. We will be joined by Heritage’s energy expert Jack Spencer. He will be taking your questions about why the decision was made, what the […]

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InsiderAdvantage Poll: Gingrich Now Leads Romney in South Carolina

An InsiderAdvantage poll conducted Wednesday night has former House Speaker Newt Gingrich now leading the Republican primary race in South Carolina. The poll of likely Republican primary voters has Gingrich with 32 percent, ahead of Mitt Romney who trailed close behind at 29 percent. “It means that the race is up for grabs,” declared InsiderAdvantage […]

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