January 3, 2013

Senator Jim DeMint officially joins The Heritage Foundation today, leaving his job in Congress to prepare to become Heritage’s next president in April.

He recently sat down for an interview with Heritage’s Rob Bluey to talk about the power of policy ideas, how conservatives are perceived, and what he sees as the future of the movement.

Tell us in the comments: What do you think of conservatives’ chances for success going forward?

Comments (3)

jon lacey - January 4, 2013

The greatest asset the Heritage Foundation has is the backing of 85% or more of our military.
Why don’t you take advantage of us old salts, that have lived all over the world, I have lived on Saipan as a Seabee, I have lived in Somalia U.S.Aid project, 1969, held hostage, during coup
Point being there are 25 million of us vet’s out there, you use generals or big shots only, when so many of us could advise you or have programs using our past to explain now, and the future, on some areas of the world.

You see I know more about Somalia, than any man walking!
You people are the best, keep up the good work.

Marvin Segel - January 4, 2013

My donations come to you under a different name
but are a part of my household.
Please include Col. Allen West as a direct information contributor or as a distinguished member of your foundation. He speaks eloquently about topics concerning
important conservative issues.
Thank you for your continued efforts.n
Marvin

Jim - January 7, 2013

My hope is that Conservatives and the Tea Party will leave the GOP to the RINO Moderates and form a real party that can run real conservative candidates. Conservatives have no political party in America.

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