You are leading the conversation on tax reform

Implementing conservative solutions on tax reform is key to creating a stronger economy in America.

Last Friday, at Heritage’s Washington DC headquarters, four members of the House Freedom Caucus participated in a panel discussion to work towards tax reform.

The panel highlighted the conservative perspective on the border adjustment tax, welfare reform, and other tax policies. Conversations like this serve to spark ideas and spread the discussion of sound, conservative policies while also serving as a catalyst to unify the conservative movement.

Watch the full discussion below:

We were honored to host our conservative allies from the House and are thankful for their work on tax reform.

What do you think about the conservative solution to tax reform?

Go behind-the-scenes with Heritage director Nile Gardiner

Nile Gardiner is the director of the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom where he focus on global politics, terrorism, and European affairs.

You may recognize Gardiner from one of his many appearances on mainstream TV networks like Fox News and CNN where he regularly appears to provide the conservative perspective on current events.

Wednesday, the managing editor of, Michelle Cordero, interviewed Gardiner for a behind-the-scenes look at what happens at Conservative headquarters.

Watch the video below and learn about what Gardiner did before coming to Heritage.

You can also watch Gardiner’s latest TV appearance last night on Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs program discussing President Trump’s decision to leave the Paris Climate Agreement.

Read more about Nile Gardiner and the work he has done at Heritage>>

What questions do you have for Nile Gardiner?

Why was the House Freedom Caucus created–and what is it?

Due to the Establishment’s power in Washington there has long been a need for a core group of conservative lawmakers who are organized and equipped to stand up against the Washington elites.

Heritage leaders saw this need and took steps to create the House Freedom Caucus in 2015.

The caucus initially formed after long meetings between Heritage Action CEO Michael Needham, COO Tim Chapman, and Congressman Jim Jordan who would all frequently gather around Needham’s kitchen table to discuss the need for the caucus. After the caucus was formed House leadership was so upset that they stripped several of the new House Freedom Caucus members of their committee assignments and even removed one member as chairman of his subcommittee.

The House Freedom Caucus is undeniably and irrevocably conservative.

“The House Freedom Caucus gives a voice to countless Americans who feel that Washington does not represent them,” the group’s mission statement reads. “We support open, accountable and limited government, the Constitution and the rule of law, and policies that promote the liberty, safety and prosperity of all Americans.”

Fast forward two years and the House Freedom Caucus has around forty members who work together to push conservative legislation regardless of the stance of party leadership or Establishment elites.

In only two years they have played a major role in Congressional battles including Obamacare and ousting John Boehner as Speaker of the House.

Recently, Heritage President Ed Feulner met with the Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) to discuss advancing conservative agenda in Congress. Congressman Meadows believes strongly in the vision that Heritage has to create a better America through the implementation of conservative principles and ideology and he greatly appreciated the research and guidance that Heritage provides to any member of Congress who requests it.

Read more about the impact of the House Freedom Caucus and who their members are>>

Do you agree with the mission of the House Freedom Caucus to advance an agenda of limited, constitutional government in Congress?