Something is wrong when the obligations of Father’s Day are nothing more than a 30-minute phone call and shipping your dad something Amazon’s website said were ‘Dad’s Favorites.’
The two immense challenges we citizens will eventually be forced to face are the staggering explosion of federal debt and the accompanying increased dependency upon government.
Imagine if the ambiguous result in our long struggle to end poverty—like the Vietnam War, an effort in which the goal posts always seem to be moving—was shown to be as ineffective.
Let’s look at Parkland kids’ arrogant presumption that previous generations messed up the world, so that they have to ‘rebuild’ it.
What’s an alarmist to do in light of all of the improvements in conservation while reducing poverty? Go after the size of families in impoverished countries, of course.
This abstract on the average woman who obtained an abortion looks like it was written about my mom: ‘less than 25 years of age, white, and unmarried and had not had any live-born children.’
Medicaid expansion has gotten out of control. Work requirements will give able-bodied Medicaid enrollees what they really need: full employment.
Michael Kruse’s article is bad journalism, factually and spiritually, but it is simply the latest and sloppiest entry in a growing genre: the new American Gothic.
To bring home a win, the White House and Congress need tax reform. To pass tax reform, they need to ensure middle-class families will meaningfully benefit.
Medicaid’s constant, inexorable growth in state budgets has left less money for education of all types—not least higher education.
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