January 3, 2013

The media plays a very important role in modern politics. The Heritage Foundation knows this and makes every effort to create videos to correct the facts liberal mainstream media dispels. Below is a list of Heritage’s most viewed videos of 2012.

  1. The White House Disinformation Campaign on Libya
    October 27, 2012
    Evidence showed there were security threats in Benghazi, Libya, in the months prior to the deadly September 11, 2012, attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. Despite these threats, the Obama Administration and State Department left its personnel there to fend for themselves.
  2.  The Real Legacy of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s Iron Lady
    January 13, 2012
    Like President Ronald Reagan, her political soulmate, Margaret Thatcher came to power at a desperate time in her country’s history, when real leadership and bold ideas were most needed. And by applying conservative principles to the challenges she faced, she was able to achieve real and lasting success. Then, as today, she faced an extraordinary set of challenges and a chorus of voices saying her country’s best days were behind it. Thatcher’s successes are a comforting reminder of the power of a bold, conservative vision at work.
  3.  The Voting Dead
    October 31, 2012
    Voter fraud is one scary issue. And believe it or not, there are dead people on the registration rolls in many states. Heritage’s Hans von Spakovsky, a leading expert on voter ID laws, uncovers the abuse in a new book, “Who’s Counting? How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk.”
  4. Obamacare at the Supreme Court
    March 27, 2012
    The packed hearing room of the Supreme Court was a who’s who of lawyers and political leaders this morning, all of whom witnessed what was an undeniably bad day for the Obama Administration and its defense of the President’s health care law. Paul Clement and Michael Carvin, attorneys representing those challenging Obamacare, battled Solicitor General Donald Verrelli, who was defending the law, and urged the Supreme Court to find the individual mandate in ObamaCare unconstitutional.
  5. America at Risk: Kerry Kachejian on the Importance of Military Readiness
    May 2, 2012
    Rebuilding Iraq during the raging insurgency was no easy task. It required ingenuity, courage and innovative ways to get the job done—sometimes with equipment that offered little protection from the car bombs and rocket attacks launched by America’s enemies. Kachejian told his harrowing story in a book called “SUVs Suck In Combat.”
  6. President Obama Wants Higher Energy Prices
    February 23, 2012
    During a speech on gas prices the President tried to dodge responsibility for the pain Americans are feeling at the pump. But the President and his Administration have repeatedly stated that they want higher energy prices. They want to use the pressure of higher energy costs as an excuse to force their green energy boondoggle on Americans.
  7. America at Risk: Dave Deptula on the Military’s Aging Aviation Force
    May 16, 2012
    Dave Deptula, a retired three-star general, has witnessed this “geriatric aviation force” firsthand. He earned his wings and flew an F-15 for the first time in 1977. Thirty years later, another Deptula boarded the aircraft. His son flew the same F-15 at Kadena Air Force Base in Japan.
  8. Businessman Faces Backlash After Appearing on Obama’s Enemies List
    May 30, 2012
    Frank VanderSloot grew up a poor kid in rural Idaho. His father made $300 a month. His clothes came from the Salvation Army. Yet through determination and hard work—and with the help of America’s free-enterprise system—today he’s the successful CEO of a global supplier of wellness products. VanderSloot said his life changed forever on April 20. That’s when President Obama’s campaign created the first presidential “enemies list” since the Nixon era.
  9.  Religious Liberty: Obamacare’s First Casualty
    February 22, 2012
    The controversy over the Obama Administration’s anti-conscience mandate and the fight for religious liberty only serves to highlight the inherent flaws in Obamacare. This conflict is a natural result of the centralization laid out under Obamacare and will only continue until the law is repealed in full.
  10. 1,000 Days Without A Budget
    January 24, 2012
    Today marks the 1,000th day since the United States Senate has passed a budget. While the House has put forth (and passed) its own budget, the Senate has failed to do the same. To help illustrate how extraordinary this failure has been, our new video highlights a few of impressive feats in history that have been accomplished in less time.

 

Comments (3)

Dan - January 3, 2013

This proves Obama hates the US and most of its people.

Ron Dvorak - January 3, 2013

That obama and his incredibly corrupt “whore” regime has been reelected is impossible for me to understand, let alone comprehend. I’m hearing now on local Omaha, NE news that 60 some families in nearby Iowa have gone bankrupt as result of their investment in yet another obama/gore “GREEN” investment … (as if this would be a surprise to all but the most naive liberal lovers of their “FAITH” in “the anointed one”) !! It is impossible for me to believe that this bastard whore along with dirty Harry, Pelosi, Shummer, etc have not been impeeched let alone shot.

I am grateful for your conservative influence. However, I am also very pessimistic of the degree of influence you really have going against this “CORRUPT, MEDIA WORSHIPING” regime. Lets be honest, obama and his leftist allies seem to get whatever they want.

The recent so-called “GOP COMPROMISE” on the deficit issue was a completely pathitic cave-in to obama and regime. I wanted to vomit when this SOB stated he wanted a “balanced” compromise when we have seen, not surprisingly, his definition … something like 650 B in tax increases for him vs 40B of revenue decreases for Boehner”.

Barth - January 7, 2013

Excellent. Keep up the great work and service that you do to uphold our Constitution and Declaration of Independence!!!!

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