The Trump Economy is So Good Businesses Can’t Find Enough Employees

“The battery on my iPad died last night so I actually had to get out of bed to turn off my lights.” “I was unable to reserve an aisle seat in business class for a portion of my upcoming business trip to Switzerland.” “My apartment is getting wired for Google Fiber next week, but I…
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A Week of Turning Points Spell Good Things for GOP

Republicans have been bracing for strong headwinds heading into this year’s midterm elections, but the past week has been marked by a few key turning points that spell hope for Republicans’ chances in the fall. Here’s four of them       1. Economic good news continues to pour in The past few months have…
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Under Trump Wages are Finally Rising

The president delivered a powerful messages to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland: “The world is witnessing the resurgence of a strong and prosperous America.” By almost any economic measure Trump was correct. The U.S. economy grew 2.3 percent last year, the best growth in two years, and it has grown at a rate…
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Democrat Dissension on Display in Response to Trump’s State of the Union

In his State of the Union address on Tuesday, President Donald Trump was relentlessly positive about the good things that could be accomplished if we set aside our differences and work together. “This is, in fact, our new American moment,” he said, adding that “all of us, together, as one team, one people, and one…
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The State of Our Union is Strong Because Its People are Strong

Since 1983, when Ronald Reagan first used the word “strong” to describe the state of the union, the adjective has become a mindless mainstay of nearly every subsequent address. But while simple, plainspoken descriptions of the direction of our nation are powerful, it also helps if they are true. For the first time in many…
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America’s Cities Need Republicans and Republicans Need America’s Cities

In many respects, the Republican Party has never been in a better position. Republicans hold a majority in the Senate and House of Representatives. We hold the White House. We hold majorities in 67 of the country’s 98 legislative bodies. And we hold 35 of the nation’s governorships. All told, Democrats hold fewer elected offices…
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Democrats Going to Desperate Measures to Distract from GOP Successes

If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em, or at least, copy ‘em. That seems to be Democrats latest strategy to stopping Republicans’ winning policy winning streak. President Trump has thrived in Washington by using the “shiny object” strategy, i.e. distracting the Left and their media friends by saying and doing provocative things while the real…
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Democrats Have Little to Show for Their #Resistance

While President Trump and Congressional Republicans celebrate the closing of a successful 2017, Democrats have little to show for their #resistance. True, they’ve successfully managed to present a unified front of opposition to Republicans at every turn. But it’s come at the expense of anything resembling a positive, forward-looking agenda. Rather than commit to actual…
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Tax Reform Caps Off A Productive Year for Republicans

As we approach the end of President Trump’s first year in office it’s worthwhile to remember just how low pundit’s expectations of his time in office were: “Trump is headed for a do-nothing presidency…I see him making Carter look dynamic and accomplished by comparison.” wrote Josh Barro in Business Insider. “This is what always happens…
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