The problem with rolling out tough-sounding incantations at campaign stops-cum-pep rallies is that after a while, when even the most credulous don’t see much in the way of results, the magic is gone.
Conservatives have placed higher education policy on the backburner for too long. We are already paying for that fact.
A temporary subsidy to pick up COBRA premium payments would ensure 30 million Americans continue their coverage with employer-provided health insurance.
Senator Tammy Duckworth’s pursuit of political gain actually gives an unearned advantage to the Russian, Chinese, and Iranian governments by damaging the careers of the men and women we rely upon to protect the American people and our interests around the globe.
The COVID-19 crisis has been turned into a government-planned giveaway scheme to benefit social progressivism.
Yes, tensions with Russia are ongoing. Russia does bad things. But when it comes to threats to America, China must be our overwhelming focus. And playing the Russia card would shake them to their core.
The president’s executive actions won’t go as far as legislation would go, but the steps he’s taking are far more than Congress has had the will to do.
The only way black livelihoods, or any American livelihoods, are going to be uplifted is when black and white workers find common ground and work together to reject the agenda of the global Left.
If Donald J. Trump is re-elected to a second term as president, will that victory finally be enough to break the back of a military and policy “elite” who have surrendered to the anti-American mobs and the Democratic Party who made them possible?
The Democrats have been running the cities for decades.
Despite unrest at home, the Trump Administration has made notable progress in U.S. foreign policy.
The Chinese Communist Party is adept at peeling off allies. It exploits the weaknesses of its targets to enlist them in its cause.
Moralizing the immigration issue eviscerates the type of hard, systemic thinking it so badly needs.
While we recover from the coronavirus shutdowns, the last thing we need is to shift more American jobs to China by repealing the Jones Act.
It shouldn’t take planes falling out of the sky or a pandemic to convince American policymakers of the need not only to make great things in America but also to afford Americans the opportunity to make them.
America is a much richer country than China, with a more motivated ethos, comparatively well-functioning institutions, and the advantages of a free society, an enterprise economy, and serious allies.
Saying “we need to collaborate with China” sounds a lot like, “let’s keep on kissing Xi’s ass.”
Republicans take note: voters across the political spectrum have woken up to the dangers of relying on foreign supply chains for critical products.
The only way for America to be truly prepared for the unknown is for it to be economically independent—to produce enough of everything to survive a global shortage of anything.
If economists continue to substitute extraordinary equations for extraordinary evidence, we have a duty to state the obvious: that science disproves scientific determinism.