Republicans Have Reason for Optimism in 2018

With roughly nine months to go until the midterm elections, Republicans have much to be fearful about and much to be hopeful for. Fearful, because history suggests that Republicans’ House majority is in peril. The president’s party loses an average of 32 seats in the first midterm election after taking his seat in the Oval…
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A Tax Reform Plan Purpose-Built for Economic Growth

House Republicans have unveiled their long-anticipated tax reform and reduction bill, and it was worth the wait. The bill is stuffed with commonsense changes designed to lower income tax rates by sweeping out economy-distorting deductions, credits and loopholes that has slowly eroded the tax code over the last decades. Overall, the 429-page bill, dubbed the…
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Democrats Made the Ossoff Race to Big to Fail, And Then They Failed

Democrat Jon Ossoff’s loss in the Georgia House special election should be a loud and clear wake up call for Democrats that their message is not working. Like a degenerate gambler who just doesn’t know when to stop, national Democrats poured tens of millions of dollars into Ossoff’s coffers, believing that he was the horse…
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For Colleges to Fulfill Their Mission, They Must Stop Discriminating Against Conservatives

Following a wake of protests and public outcry, colleges are investing a lot of time and money to improving the diversity of their faculty. Yale committed $50 million in November to diversify its faculty over the next five years. “If you don’t have a diverse faculty, you are leaving talent on the table,” University Provost…
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“Free College” – The Nice-Sounding Talking Point that Will Destroy Higher Education

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are once again tripping all over themselves to capture the youth vote by promising “free public college.” “I want those kids to know that if they study hard, they do their homework, regardless of the income of their families, they will in fact be able to get a great college…
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