Today, as President Bush prepares to outline his agenda in the State of the Union, the Heritage Foundation’s Mike Franc will lay out a positive agenda that Republicans and Democrats alike should be able to agree on. Franc is our vice president for government relations, and he’s been through transitions before; he was at Heritage when the GOP took the House in 1994, and later served as director of communications for Majority Leader Richard Armey.
He’ll explain what lawmakers can do to improve our country’s fiscal health, boost our competitiveness overseas, protect our national security and strengthen our energy supplies and security.
The American people certainly voted for change in 2006. And the lesson that politicians should learn from this election is that they can’t buy our support with more spending. Instead, they should focus on creating a government that is smaller and more responsible with our money. Now, read how they can do that.
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