Top 10 Heritage Images of 2012

Instagram sold for $1 billion in April, remarkable news for a company that wasn’t even around two years earlier. Meanwhile, sites like Pinterest and Tumblr blossomed. What do they have in common? Images. From pop culture to political campaigns, images helped define 2012. Heritage embarked on a campaign of its own to communicate our message using […]

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Law of the Sea Ruling Trumps Ghanaian Judge

When a nation joins the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) it should be prepared to have its domestic court rulings overturned by an international tribunal. That hard lesson was recently learned by Ghana. Specifically, on December 15, an UNCLOS court—the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)—effectively overruled […]

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A Christmas Message from Jim DeMint

From all of us at The Heritage Foundation, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a joyous holiday season. This is a season for reflection, not only about the closing of the year but about higher callings: our principles, our families, our faiths. Heritage will be entering a new chapter with the new year. Not […]

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12 Days of Obamacare Surprises: An Optional Medicaid Expansion

Not all surprises are good. When it comes to Obamacare, the original projections are turning into unfortunately different realities. For the past 11 days, Heritage has highlighted one of the various changes in Obamacare projections (e.g., cost, enrollment, etc.) from when the law first passed until now. This Christmas morning will be the last day […]

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