What difference can one judge make on the Supreme Court?  All the difference in the world.

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Heritage is producing these short, fun videos to better explain the process and importance of the Supreme Court, which is a key issue this election year.

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How important is it to you that our next Supreme Court Justice be a conservative who makes decisions based on the Constitution and the rule of law?

Writing in the Sacramento Bee, Heritage president Jim DeMint lays out the failure of Obamacare:

Back in 2010, Obamacare was like the Titanic heading off on her maiden voyage. Critics warned people not to hop aboard, that disaster was inevitable. But the president, his allies in Congress and lots of big insurance companies assured everyone that, even though they couldn’t see the blueprints, they had, in fact, designed an unsinkable ship of government-run health care.

Now, billions of dollars and 17 failed co-ops later, the captain and crew of USS Obamacare are demanding that everyone stay below-deck and continue bailing out their sinking ship and the insurance companies taking on more and more red ink in Obamacare exchanges.

Congress shouldn’t oblige them. It’s time to hit the lifeboats.

There are better ways to help people with medical care without “wrecking health insurance markets for everyone else,” DeMint says.

Do you think Obamacare needs to be scrapped and replaced? What do you think Heritage’s role should be in replacing it?

On Monday, Heritage Action CEO Mike Needham went on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss the future of the Republican Party, the appeal that Donald Trump holds for many voters, and how conservative ideas can appeal to more Americans.

Heritage Action for America is the sister organization of The Heritage Foundation.

Do you agree with Needham’s analysis?

This month, we will send our 2017 calendar to more than half a million Heritage members. This year’s calendar features photos from nine Heritage members who participated in our third annual photo contest.

These photos tell the story of what we love about America, the things we do outside of government in the cities and towns and countryside where we live, the things that make us the people we are.

Keep an eye on your mailbox the next week or two for your copy of the Heritage calendar!

Here are the photos selected:

Front Cover: Bill Jarvis–Hamilton, MT


Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Newport, Oregon

January: Mary Paetow–Aurora, CO


Bison walking through a geyser basin in winter in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

March:  HB Mertz–Pittsburgh, PA


Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

April: Benedict Volt–Ann Arbor, MI


The Bluebonnet festival in Ennis, Texas

May:  Bob Hamilton–Holbrook, NY


Memorial Day, Pinelawn National Cemetery, Long Island, New York

July:  Jeff Hall–Vienna, VA


U.S. Army Golden Knights Flag Jump, Andrews AFB Joint Services Open House and Air Show

August:  Ellen Svengalis–Guilford, CT


Newport Bridge and Rose Island Lighthouse at sunset, Newport, Rhode Island.

September:  Carol Savage–Juneau, AK


Bald Eagle–Juneau, Alaska

October:  Alex Zemek–Ellington, CT


Fall at the pumpkin patch and orchard at Jonny Appleseed’s Farm–Ellington, Connecticut


How do you determine whether a person will make a good judge or not?  In this short, fun video, Heritage lays out specific qualities to look for in a judge.


The next President will have the opportunity to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, so it’s important to understand who qualifies as a good nominee.

This video is the first in a series that will explain the key issues around the Supreme Court fight.

Please share this video with your friends to spread awareness of the importance of judicial nominees.

What other qualifications do you believe are necessary for a good Supreme Court justice?

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