Democrats Aren’t Being Honest About Their Tax Plans

Bernie Sanders’ changes of winning the Democrat nomination for president are effectively nil, but that hasn’t stopped him from being the same feisty candidate who consistently pushed Clinton uncomfortably to the left, or at least, his version of the left. The latest example came last week when Clinton and Sanders squabbled over raising classes on…
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The Media Isn’t Challenging Democrats’ Policy Positions. Here’s Where They Should Start.

One of the most frustrating things about being a Republican in presidential election years is the media’s unwillingness to debate Democrat’s policy ideas. As Jonah Goldberg wrote after the first Democratic debate,” Republicans are always asked to justify their conservatism in a way that puts them either at odds with their supporters or with the…
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Tax Season is Bringing Out the Worst in Obamacare

April 15—Tax Day—was already bad enough. Not only is it an utter hassle to figure out an increasingly complex tax code, it’s a painful reminder of how big the federal government has become. But this year it’s set to get worse and it’s all due to Obamacare. First, there is the rash of new forms.…
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Is it a Tax or Not? Obamacare Ties Democrats in Rhetorical Knots

In its attempt to implement it’s healthcare reform bill, better known as Obamacare, the Obama Administration has tied itself in political and rhetorical knots. When Democrats were attempting to sell the bill to the public they insisted that the individual mandate (the requirement that everyone must either obtain health insurance or pay a penalty) was…
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