At Heritage

Apr
9

Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America’s Founding Document

In Our Lost Constitution, Senator Mike Lee tells the dramatic, little-known stories behind six of the Constitution’s most indispensable provisions. He shows their rise. He shows their fall. And he makes vividly clear how nearly every abuse of federal power today is rooted in neglect of this Lost Constitution. Examined are the Origination Clause, the Legislative Powers Clause, the Establishment Clause, the Balance of Powers and the Second and Fourth Amendments. Each has been used at some time in our Nation’s history by shortsighted opportunists to defy the Constitution’s safeguards to liberty.

Apr
14

How Modern Psychology Undermines Morality

Modern psychology is one of the most powerful intellectual authorities of our time. Its appeal derives in no small part from its ability to absolve us of responsibility for our misdeeds, vices, and failings. It’s never our fault. It’s the fault of our subconscious drives, our parents, or our genes. And the solution to our behavioral problems lies not in reforming our character, but in medicines and therapy that can cure the diseases and disorders diagnosed by psychology.

Apr
16

The Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Critical Issues

The nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5 plus 1 have entered a crucial phase ahead of the March 30 deadline for a framework agreement. A distinguished panel of experts will examine some of the key issues involved in the negotiations and assess some of the pitfalls that must be avoided if an acceptable agreement is to be reached by the June 30th deadline for a final agreement.

Mar
19

The Associates Club of Southwest Florida Luncheon in Naples

at Naples Yacht Club

On Thursday, March 19, The Heritage Foundation and Heritage Action for America hosted a luncheon featuring Chief Operating Officer of Heritage Action for America Tim Chapman and Grassroots Director of Heritage Action for America Jessica Anderson in Naples.  The event focused on the third component of Heritage’s “1-2-3 punch,” giving guests an in-depth view on how advocacy contributes to changing the culture in Washington DC.

Mar
3

San Diego Luncheon featuring Stephen Moore

at Hilton at San Diego/Del Mar

On Tuesday, March 3, The Heritage Foundation hosted a luncheon featuring Stephen Moore, Chief Economist, The Heritage Foundation.  Stephen spoke on the topic of prosperity and capitalism, and how conservative policies lead to economic growth.

Mar
2

Costa Mesa Luncheon featuring Stephen Moore

at The Westin South Coast Plaza

On Monday, March 2, The Heritage Foundation hosted a luncheon featuring Stephen Moore, Chief Economist, The Heritage Foundation.  Stephen spoke on the topic of prosperity and capitalism, and how conservative policies lead to economic growth.

Feb
26

Tucson Luncheon featuring Mike Gonzalez

at Mountain Oyster Club

On Thursday, February 26, Count Ferdinand von Galen hosted a luncheon featuring Mike Gonzalez, Senior Fellow, The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies, The Heritage Foundation.  The event was held in Tucson, Arizona and boasted over 100 attendees.  Mike’s speech was entitled “E Pluribus Unum: Immigrants Seek a Share of the American Dream, Not a Share of the Spoils,” and he spoke on the role that Hispanic Americans play in conservative American politics.

Jan
19

The Associates Club of Southwest Florida Luncheon in Bonita Springs

at Bonita Bay Club

On Monday, January 19, The Heritage Foundation and Heritage Action for America hosted a luncheon featuring Heritage President Jim DeMint and Group Vice President of Strategic Communications Geoffrey Lysaught in Bonita Springs.  The event focused on “Reaching Americans with the Conservative Message,” and was a part of a luncheon series hosted by The Associates Club of Southwest Florida.  Join us for the next luncheon in  Naples, Florida!

Nov
20

2014 Antipoverty Forum

at Reserve Officers Association

Thank you for joining us for The Heritage Foundation’s 2014 Antipoverty Forum!

Each year, the Antipoverty Forum gathers researchers, policy leaders, expert practitioners, and communicators seeking to help more Americans overcome poverty and social breakdown through effective principles in action.

The 2014 Antipoverty Forum was held on Thursday, November 20 in Washington, D.C. at the historic Reserve Officers Association.  This year’s forum included the announcement of the 2014 national winner of WORLD News Group’s “Hope Award for Effective Compassion.”

Sep
24

Minnesota Reception and Dinner featuring Jim DeMint

at Lafayette Club

On Wednesday, September 24th, The Heritage Foundation hosted a Reception and Dinner featuring Heritage President Jim DeMint at the Lafayette Club in Minnetonka Beach, Minnesota.

Click here to view photos of the event.

Jun
11

Newport Beach Reception and Dinner

at Balboa Bay Club & Resort

On Wednesday, June 11, The Heritage Foundation hosted a Reception and Dinner featuring Heritage President Jim DeMint at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort.

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Jun
11

San Diego Breakfast

On Wednesday, June 11, The Heritage Foundation hosted a Breakfast featuring Jim DeMint at The Grand Del Mar in San Diego, California.

Apr
25

Cincinnati Reception and Address

at Hyatt Regency Cincinnati

On Friday, April 25, The Heritage Foundation, The Buckeye Institute, and Ashbrook co-hosted a Reception and Address featuring Jim DeMint at the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati.

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Click here to view photos of the private dinner. 

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