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  • Top Ten Foundry Posts of 2009

    We’ve already shared The Heritage Foundation’s Top Ten WebMemo’s of 2009 and Top Ten pages from The Heritage Foundation’s 2009 Federal Revenue and Spending Book of Charts. Below are the top ten 2009 Foundry posts ranked by traffic. Which are your favorites?

    10. 10 Surprising Facts about American Health Care

    9. New Heritage Video: Cap & Tax Won’t Save the Earth

    8. True Cost of Stimulus: $3.27 Trillion

    7. Obama’s Team Crosses the Rhetorical Line

    6. Morning Bell: The People Spreading “Disinformation” About Obamacare

    5. Stimulus 101: The Pelosi-Reid-Obama Debt Plan

    4. Congress’ Secret Plan to Pass Obamacare – CONFIRMED

    3. Obama’s Spending vs Obama’s Spending Cuts — in Pictures

    2. Morning Bell: Obama Admits He’s “Not Familiar” With House Bill

    1. Bush Deficit vs. Obama Deficit in Pictures

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    3 Responses to Top Ten Foundry Posts of 2009

    1. Gerrit, DC says:

      what? no green rooms??

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