Tax and Spend is Still the Trend in Democrats’ 2015 Budget

Cutting $5.5 trillion in projected spending isn’t easy. Oxen are gored, third rails are grasped, and sacred cows are slaughtered. But House Republicans opted for the harder path in their budget, which was released earlier this month. They understood the political difficulty of identifying wasteful programs and either reforming or ending them, but they also…
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Vicious Primaries are Already Threatening Democrats 2016 Hopes

Democrats just can’t help themselves. At a time when the party has been battered and bruised in recent elections over its defiant espousal of President Obama’s liberal agenda, Democratic candidates are moving further leftward, seemingly convinced that voters will follow. The questionable strategy is rearing its head in the form of numerous primary challengers, which…
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Despite Drubbing Democrats Continue to Push Redistributionist Schemes

Democrats suffered a mighty drubbing at the polls in November. That much is beyond dispute. The question now appears to be why. Conservatives contend that the president’s policies were on the ballot (he said so himself) and voters soundly rejected them. Liberals, on the other hand, are attempting the same line of argument that Republicans…
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