Inside the ring road: the Heritage Foundation gets fierce

The Heritage Foundation has released a set of strategic policy priorities intended to form “the roadmap for Conservatives over the next three years,” according to a mission statement released Thursday. The organization says the roadmap presents a “once in a lifetime opportunity”.

Curious? The Conservative think tank doesn’t mince words here.

“Americans deserve so much better than the radical, destructive and divisive policies of the Biden administration and the far left. They deserve an agenda that puts them, their families and their interests above the interests of coastal and globalist elites,” said Kevin Robertsthe President of Heritage, and Jessica Andersonexecutive director of Heritage Action, a national grassroots group with 2 million members.

“They deserve leaders who will fight on their behalf at the state and federal levels. That is why Heritage will spend the coming years fiercely advocating for vital reforms and policy changes, especially in those areas that matter most to Americans across the country,” the pair said in a joint statement. .

“It is high time for the United States to resist the pernicious and destabilizing influence of the Chinese Communist Party, both at home and abroad. It’s time for parents, not teacher unions and woke bureaucrats, to make the best educational choices for their children. We must secure our borders, restore law and order to our communities, hold Big Tech to account, protect the right to life of unborn children, secure our elections, and rein in Washington’s reckless and wasteful spending that drives inflation. record,” they advised.

“If conservatives work together, make our case to the American people, and hold our policymakers accountable, we can seize this unique opportunity to restore American greatness and save our republic,” they concluded.

Find details and a printable guide at, under “Fighting for America’s Future.”


With much fanfare, the White House launched this week, described as a “one-stop-shop” website to provide the public with resources, information and updates on the coronavirus.

“A bit late, Joe,” the Instapundit founder commented Glenn Reynolds.

The “Joe” in question is President Bidenof cours.

Mr. Reynolds is right. According to a timeline from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization first learned of the disease on December 31, 2019, and activated an “incident management system” two days later. An official US response was activated on January 5 and a White House task force was established on January 29.


The St. Leo University Polling Institute offers a handy summary of the public’s current political mindset. Here’s what the pollster found in a large survey of 1,000 American adults conducted from February 28 to March 12 and released Thursday. The results were compared to similar polls from the previous year.

President BidenThe school’s approval ratings have “dropped significantly” in the school’s current survey, from 52% in October 2021 to 45% and 61% in February 2021.

Another 40% approved of the VP position Kamala Harris fact – down from 55% a year ago. Lower approval ratings were also recorded for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer – 36% and 35%, respectively, according to the survey analysis.

“Top areas of concern included (in descending order): jobs and the economy, COVID-19, inflation, healthcare and foreign affairs. Concern about inflation has quadrupled since October 2021,” the analysis continues.

In a question regarding “notable and possible candidates” for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, the former president donald trump led the list of 30 potential candidates with 62% support, followed by Rep. Ron DeSantis from Florida (32%),

Former Vice President Mike Pence followed with 23%, followed by Sen. Ted Cruz from Texas (21%) Donald Trump Jr. (19%) and the former Governor of South Carolina. Nikki Haley (11%).

Multiple answers were accepted, by the way.

Fox News host Tucker-Carlson was cited by 10%, as were activists Candace Owens and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Former CIA Director Mike Pompeo won the favor with 7%, while the founder of My Pillow Mike Lindel uses 4%.


Registration is open for the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s annual Road to Majority Policy conference, scheduled for June 16-18 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

According to the organization, this important rally aims to empower conservative activists to “fight for their values ​​at the ballot box and in the public arena” as the midterm elections approach.

“Designed to chart the course towards a pro-family majority, the conference will provide attendees with the knowledge and connections they need to drive engagement and voter turnout. This year’s timely rally will accelerate Conservatives on their way to a majority in the 2022 midterm elections,” the coalition said.

Now in its 12th year, the event typically attracts a strong roster of speakers. Find the specifics on


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• 51% of American adults say the economy is “worse” in recent months: 74% of Republicans, 55% of Independents and 30% of Democrats agree.

• 22% say the economy is “about the same” as before; 15% of Republicans, 23% of Independents and 29% of Democrats agree.

• 14% overall say the economy is “getting better”; 5% of Republicans, 11% of Independents and 28% of Democrats agree.

• 12% are not sure; 5% of Republicans, 11% of Independents and 12% of Democrats agree.

SOURCE: An Economist/YouGov poll of 1,500 American adults conducted March 26-29.

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