Making Policy Research Accessible to Us All

With our freedoms under assault on so many fronts—at the Supreme Court, in Congress, in the Executive Branch, and at the state level—how can Americans stay up-to-speed on current public policy concerns? To better provide the news and analysis you need, in the format you want, this week Heritage has given our website a major overhaul. Now all ten landing pages in Heritage’s […]

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Poll: Americans Prefer Netanyahu to Obama

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is enjoying more popularity in the United States than President Barack Obama, a new poll indicates. The results of the poll, which was conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, were published on Thursday by Israel’s Channel 10 News. It involved 800 U.S. citizens who were asked to answer several questions related […]

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Panetta: Strike on Iran Could Have Unintended Consequences

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said on Thursday that military action against Iran could have unintended consequences, The Associated Press reported. Speaking to reporters at the Pentagon, Panetta said he agrees with earlier assessments that a strike would only set Iran’s nuclear program back by three years at most. “You’ve got to be careful of […]

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Boehner Blasts Obama’s Russian “Reset” Policy

How’s that Russia “reset” going? Not so well, as the news this week shows. In addition to blocking tougher sanctions on Iran for its illicit nuclear weapons activities after a damaging report by the U.N.’s watchdog, Russia is “studying” building more reactors at Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant. Recently, Speaker of the House John Boehner […]

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Letter of the Month from HonestReporting

While we encourage you to write letters in response to some of the worst instances of anti-Israel media bias, it’s also equally important to write in support of articles or op-eds that are supportive of Israel. That’s why, this month, we have chosen Sidney Kessler of Richmond, VA who wrote in response to a pro-Israel […]

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‘Occupy Wall Street’ a Blight on Main Street

“Occupy Wall Street” protesters claim to be fighting for the disenfranchised members of Main Street America. But their protests are exacting a significant toll on businesses in the cities where they have set up camp. Oakland has been hit hardest. A week after “Occupy” protesters there rioted, vandalizing local businesses and clashing with police, city merchants say […]

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