Quick Hits from The Heritage Foundation
With nothing really new revealed, the WikiLeaks disclosures will not change the course of the war in Afghanistan.
Sen. Chuck Schumer's (D-NY) DISCLOSE Act received a death blow yesterday when Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said she would not vote for the bill since it "would provide a clear and unfair advantage to unions, while either shutting other organizations out of the election process or subjecting them to onerous reporting requirements that would not apply to unions."
At National Review Online, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights' Peter Kirsanow dispels leftist myths about the New Black Panther investigation with cold hard facts.
President Barack Obama will not speak in-person at the 100th anniversary celebration of the Boy Scouts of America, instead choosing to appear on ABC TV's talk show "The View."
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) explains to Chris Matthews how to close the budget gap with spending cuts only.
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