Ed Feulner

Posted March 27, 2015

Traitors. Thats a strong term, obviously. It should never be used lightly. Yet there it was, flying around like confetti in Times Square on New Years Eve.

Posted March 26, 2015

Lets say you were a financial advisor, and a family came to you with the following situation.

Posted March 25, 2015

Theres a reason the words Im from the government, and Im here to help are a punchline. Government involvement rarely helps. In many instances, in fact, it exacerbates the situation.

Posted March 10, 2015

A world leader giving an address to Congress shouldnt be controversial. Especially when that leader is the prime minister of a major U.S. ally -- indeed, a bulwark of freedom in a deeply troubled region of the world.

Posted February 16, 2015

Ever heard of the Agriculture Risk Coverage program? How about the Price Loss Coverage program? Youre paying for them.

Posted January 16, 2015

Many of us launch a new year with resolutions. We may not write out a formal list, but something about the arrival of January 1 makes us want to do better. We start a diet or an exercise program. We read or pray more. We get organized.

Posted January 10, 2015

With so many high-profile, headline-grabbing issues facing the incoming Congress, lawmakers might be tempted to ignore one of the most persistent problems in Washington: overspending.

Posted December 06, 2014

If youre like most Americans, you havent been questioning the welcome drop in gasoline prices. You just fill er up and feel grateful that youre spending less.

Posted November 29, 2014

Its easy for Thanksgiving to boil down to little more than turkey, football and travel delays, but many Americans strive to make it more meaningful. They try to take the focus off of our problems and to reflect on our many blessings.

Posted November 22, 2014

Ready to pay more for Internet access? Me neither.

Posted October 18, 2014

We are in a dangerous place in the world, perhaps more dangerous than in the past 10 years. Thats what former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff had to say when he visited The Heritage Foundation recently. And with reports of terrorist groups such as the Islamic State, often referred to as ISIS, all over the news, its not hard to see why.

Posted October 04, 2014

Which is a shame, really. Constitution Day may lack the flair and pageantry of our national birthday, but without this landmark document that carefully outlined the form of our republic, its unlikely wed still be celebrating the Declaration in the 21st century.

Posted September 06, 2014

America is built on the philosophy of bootstrapping, or pulling yourself up through your own talents and abilities. And no tool is better suited for doing that than a good education.

Posted August 31, 2014

President Obama claims to be running the most transparent administration in history. But even those who knew he was exaggerating must have been surprised when dozens of his own inspectors general revealed what a laughably hollow claim this is.

Posted August 07, 2014

You’ve no doubt seen those polls where Americans are asked if they think our country is heading in the right direction. Perhaps you’ve even been asked that yourself.

Posted July 19, 2014

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) likes to present itself as the champion of the little guy. But officials of SEIU Healthcare—“the fastest-growing union of healthcare, child care, home care and nursing home workers in the Midwest”—aren’t averse to a little high-living.

Posted June 28, 2014

I don’t know who the next U.S. attorney general will be. But I know I pity that person. Restoring the Justice Department’s reputation in the wake of Eric Holder’s tenure will take a lot of work.

Posted June 14, 2014

It’s one of the most iconic images of the 20th century: a man standing perfectly still, facing a large tank as it bears down on him. He’s unarmed and alone. Defenseless … except for an unshakable conviction that freedom is so important, it’s worth risking your life.

Posted June 12, 2014

?Imagine if Congress passed and the president signed a law making it a crime to utter “false, scandalous and malicious” statements “against the government.” Think that would violate your right to free speech?

Posted May 31, 2014

If I asked you, as we mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day, to sum up that battle in one word, what would it be? For me, it would be “courage.”

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