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September 29, 2023

Why are Some Republicans Acting Like Progressive Democrats? This Bill Is a Clue

New Right populism isn’t very different from leftist progressivism, and it will be as harmful for the country as leftist progressivism. The Railway Safety Act demonstrates the difference between truly conservative Republicans such as Cruz and big-government, pro-union populists such as Vance.

September 26, 2023

Suspected Terrorists are Streaming Across Biden's Broken Border

With the massive increase of encounters, it’s clear that people on the terrorist watchlist see an opportunity and are trying to seize it.

September 19, 2023

Government Shutdown Lessons for the GOP

Shutdowns tend to be a political loser for Republicans—and the country. Here’s why.

September 12, 2023

Trump and Biden Put Their Egos Before Their Country

Given their age and various legal and health challenges, there is nothing dishonorable about Trump and Biden deciding not to run again. They don’t have to convince the country it’s the right thing to do—the country knows that. They would only have to convince their egos.

September 11, 2023

The 14th Amendment Can't Stop Trump--At Least Not Yet

The latest effort to keep Donald Trump from running for president is to invoke Section 3 of the Constitution's 14th Amendment which prohibits certain individuals who have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the government of the United States from holding high office. 

August 29, 2023

The Slippery Slope of Price Controls on Prescription Drugs

It's not about achieving fair prices, and never has been. It's about having the government dictate prices to a wide range of companies and industries. It's  about control, not competition.

August 22, 2023

Is This Another 'Vote For the Crook' Election?

While it’s unlikely, we can’t rule out the possibility that one or both of the current leading presidential candidates could, in the next year or two, be convicted of one or more crimes.

August 15, 2023

Why the Georgia Indictment is Trump's Biggest Problem

If Trump were convicted and sentenced to jail in Georgia, he couldn’t pardon himself of a state crime, which means he couldn’t “discharge his duties” as president. That’s when the country would have to turn to the Constitution’s 25th Amendment.

August 9, 2023

Who Is the Most Reaganesque GOP Candidate?

Ronald Reagan wasn’t perfect but he did a great job of growing the economy, rebuilding the military, and reasserting U.S. global leadership. It’s a good model for GOP candidates to follow.

August 1, 2023

Third-Party Presidential Candidates Who Changed American History

While third-party candidates don’t win presidential elections, they can change the debate and the results. Sometimes that works in favor of Democrats and sometimes Republicans. That could be the case again.

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