February 24, 2014


Heritage Shifts from Policy to Politics

New York Times: "From its inception in 1973, the Heritage Foundation has provided the blueprint for the Republican Party's ideas in Washington. In doing so, it has proved to be the most durable organization of its kind."

"But under Mr. DeMint, a South Carolinian who gave up his Senate seat last year to take the helm, Heritage has shifted. Long known as an incubator for policy ideas and the embodiment of the party establishment, it has become more of a political organization feeding off the rising populism of the Tea Party movement."










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