August 14, 2012
Last week, Rush Limbaugh praised The Heritage Foundation for several minutes on-air. He mentioned our significant impact on Congress, and noted Robert Rector’s achievement in writing the successful welfare-to-work reform– which the Obama administration recently gutted.
Rector and The Heritage Foundation championed the cause of welfare reform in the 1990s and the legislation signed into law by President Clinton drew heavily from his work. Last month, The Heritage Foundation was among the first to expose President Obama’s efforts to undo the welfare work requirement. The media has since acknowledged Robert Rector’s work on the issue, Rush’s endorsement being the latest in a long list.