College Debt is Busting the Budgets of a Generation – It’s Time for Change

The policy discussion over how to address college costs is faring almost as poorly as the discussion of health care costs that occurred several years ago. There is clearly a recognition that something is dramatically wrong, but the political left and right are miles apart in how to fix it. Conservatives view the higher education…
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There’s a Debate Happening Amongst Conservatives and That’s a Good Thing

The economy simply isn’t growing as it should. The latest evidence comes from the Federal Reserve, which, following a pattern it has set out in years before, downgraded growth. The New York Times reports: The pattern over the last four years has been this: The Federal Reserve forecasts stronger growth right around the corner; it…
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No Longer the “Party of No”: Reform Conservatism Take Center Stage

In the late aughts Democrats made political hay by tagging Republicans with the label of the “Party of No.” In three short words they were able to caricaturize and denounce the entirety of conservative thought as simply being against progressive ideals. This put Republicans in a bind. Should they embrace the label because, yes, they…
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