On the Federalist Radio Hour, Jimmy Kemp says what his father, Jack Kemp, learned on the football field, fueled his passion for equal opportunity.
What people get wrong about the Joint Committee on Taxation, the Congressional Budget Office and the Laffer Curve.
The media’s interest in poverty as a political cudgel hurts America and its most vulnerable.
For someone with such a keen appreciation of the limits of federal competence, Paul exhibits an odd sympathy for the idea of a national urban agenda.
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