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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Dave Camp Passes the Mantle of Tax Reform

Americans have been looking so hard and so long for any hints of economic normalcy that we’re beginning to forget just how good we once had it. George Will writes in National Review: The euphoria occasioned by the economy adding 321,000 jobs in November indicates that we have defined success down. In the 1960s, there…
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