Feulner, Meese Honored for Contributions to the Conservative Movement

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The Bradley Foundation awarded its prestigious Bradley Prize to Heritage Foundation President Ed Feulner and Heritage legal scholar Edwin Meese at a ceremony last week in Washington.

Feulner has been essential to the growth of the conservative movement, Bradley Foundation president Michael Grebe said in a statemet. “Under his guidance, the Heritage Foundation has become a bastion of ideas that are an integral part of the national conversation and that have shaped public policy.”

 

He also lavished praise on Meese, who served as Ronald Reagan’s attorney general and now chairs Heritage’s Center for Legal and Judicial Studies as Heritage’s Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy.“His entire career has involved upholding the rule of law and making the nation more secure,” Grebe said.

Ed Meese Wins the Bradley Prize

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Ed Meese speaks at a Heritage conference on legal challenges to Obamacare. Photo: Chas Geer

Ed Meese speaks at a Heritage conference on legal challenges to Obamacare. Photo: Chas Geer

Heritage Foundation scholar and former Attorney General Edwin Meese will be awarded one of this year’s four prestigious Bradley Prizes, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation announced today.

Meese, the chairman of Heritage’s Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, has been an outspoken advocate for a common-sense understanding of the Constitution. A close friend of Ronald Reagan’s dating from when Reagan served as California’s governor, Meese now serves as Heritage’s Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy. Continue Reading »

Heritage President Ed Feulner to Be Awarded Bradley Prize

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Ed Feulner

Heritage Foundation president Ed Feulner will be awarded one of four 2012 Bradley Prizes in recognition of his “outstanding contributions” to the national debate, the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation announced this morning.

The Bradley Foundation explains the details in a press release:

The award will be presented to Dr. Feulner during a ceremony to be held at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, June 7.

“Ed Feulner has elevated the influence of conservative research institutions since co-founding the Heritage Foundation in 1973 and serving as its president since 1977,” said Michael W. Grebe,President and Chief Executive Officer of the Bradley Foundation. “Under his guidance, the Heritage Foundation has become a bastion of ideas that are an integral part of the national conversation and that have shaped public policy.”

Feulner, who recently celebrated 35 years as Heritage’s president, has been widely recognized over the years for his leadership of the conservative movement: Continue Reading »

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