Heritage Responds to the WikiLeaks Release
by Andrew Vitaliti
While the government has failed to adequately respond to the embarrassing release of over a quarter-million State Department cables, Heritage Foundation experts have been addressing the situation head-on.
Heritage’s Conn Carroll puts the leaks issue in the larger context of President Obama’s failed foreign policy. Meanwhile, a panel of Heritage experts recently explored the consequences of the WikiLeaks security breaches and how the United States is responding.
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“The truth is, there is a moral basis for free markets,” Heritage Foundation trustee Steve Forbes said earlier this month at a Heritage event in Dallas.
Taking a page right out of The Heritage Foundation’s policy proposal handbook Solutions for America (page eight to be precise), President Obama announced today a pay freeze for all civilian federal employees for the next two years.
And if the administration is ready to implement other common-sense reforms, The Heritage Foundation has 127 more principled and specific recommendations covering 23 broad policy areas.
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