Sensing Disaster, Democrats are Already Picking Out Their Scapegoats

Following the 2012 presidential elections the Republican Party was forced to take a good hard look at itself. What were we doing wrong and how do we fix it? What are our principles and how do we adapt them to modern challenges? What do we want the future of the party to look like and…
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Blue State Economies are Bleeding Red Ink

This week the GOP will assume control of the U.S. Senate, bringing with it the opportunity to finally showcase the power of conservative ideas. Well, “finally” may have not quite been the right word. Republican governors and legislatures across the country have been implementing conservative reforms to great effect over the last several years. Recently,…
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Obama’s Disastrous Proposal to Pay for “Free” Community College By Taxing Savers

Community colleges are great things. They fill a higher education niche that the traditional college system dramatically under serves. In doing so, they provide a quality educational option for a variety of students who may otherwise be unable to pursue a degree. But we don’t need to reinvent the wheel in singing their praises, the…
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Republicans Aren’t “Catching Up” to Dems Turnout Efforts, They’re Beating Them

Prior to last week’s rash of positive polls the question for Democrats was just how bad things were going to be. As long-time political prognosticator Charlie Cook wrote, “Midterm elections come in three varieties for the White House party: bad, really bad, and horrific.” Two weeks ago things were pointing towards horrific. The president’s job…
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President Obama is Already Acting as if the Midterms Never Happened

Following the 2010 midterms, when Republicans made historic gains in the House of Representatives, President Obama admitted it was a “shellacking.” He also vowed to work with the new Republican majority, acknowledging that Americans don’t want them “to spend the next two years fighting the political battles of the last two years.” Of course, neither…
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