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ED FEULNER: Left restricts marketplace of ideas
... such violations, most U.S. colleges are guilty. “This isn’t just an American problem,”
, president of the Heritage Foundation, noted in a lecture at Yale University. “Academia...
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Foundation for Individual Rights
Patty Murray Should Be the Next Senate Minority L...
... but it isn’t a small thing. In his eight years in the Senate, South Carolina’s former Sen.
was hugely powerful as an ideological leader, using his base in the conservative...
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Lindsey Graham could pose problems for GOP
House in 1984, Graham now has designs on the Oval Office. But unlike his former Senate colleague
, Graham did not climb from the state house to the U.S. House to the Senate because of...
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For Tom Cotton, letter to Iran is anything but a ...
Republicans to stomach, and it went nowhere. And now, Tom Cotton stands ready to become the next
. You may remember that the South Carolina senator used his time on Capitol Hill to become...
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M. Stanton Evans, conservative pioneer and anti-c...
... Second Generation' of the American conservative movement," The Heritage Foundation President
said in a statement. "His efforts, alongside those of other great thinkers such as Paul...
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William F. Buckley Jr.
Jeb Bush Denounces the Obscure Federal Institutio...
Action for America, the political arm of the conservative think tank now led by former Sen.
, told the Washington Post that he was “ecstatic” to see Bush come out against the bank....
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