Remember When the Left Cared About the 'Underinsured'?
There was a time when the left was concerned about the number "underinsured." That interest seems to have diminished now that Obamacare has created so many underinsured.
Republicans' Biggest Challenge: Remaining Small-Government Conservatives
Republicans campaigned on cutting the size of government, but they will face a lot of pressure to abandon those promises and spend like Democrats.
Why the Public Seems Unconcerned About Russian Election Hacking Claims
The public seems unconcerned about Obama claims that Russians hacked the U.S. election because they have been lied to so often by this administration that they no longer believe what it says.
The Fury in North Carolina Should Come to Washington
It is time for Congress to reinforce the limits imposed on executive power while preserving the power of the people’s branch of government.
Why Overturning Obama's Legacy Is a Constitutional Necessity
It is important that much of Obama's legacy be repealed—for the sake of the U.S. Constitution.
Cold, Hard Facts About the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
If Dakota Access pipeline protesters think North Dakota's cold, wait until they experience the chilly reception from the new administration.
Low-Skilled Job Openings Means It's Time to Reestablish Workfare
There are low-skilled jobs that need to be filled; let's fill as many as possible with Americans as a condition for receiving welfare benefits.
It's Not Just Tax Cuts, We Need Spending Cuts
Tax cuts are important but so are spending cuts, and it will take a lot of them if we aren't going to grow the federal debt.
The Left's Newfound Support for Constitutional Checks and Balances
After eight years of silence and complicity in President Obama's executive overreach, in the last few days the Left has discovered a new respect for the Constitution's separation of powers and system of checks and balances.
A Positive View of a Negative Economy
The media and the left claim Clinton has a positive view of the economy and Trump a negative one. IPI has a positive view of what could happen to a lackluster economy if the next president adopts the right policies.
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