Win the War of Ideas


 
Conservatives have failed to articulate and sell a national policy agenda to the country, a vision of what conservative policies can accomplish when put into practice. We've detailed the awful things the Obama Administration has done, all the failings of the left, and we've pledged to undo as much of that as we can. That's good, it needs to be done.But conservatives must be willing to demonstrate that we have the courage of our convictions by going on offense in the war of ideas. That is where AMERICA NEXT comes in.

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Bobby Jindal in the National Review: Preventing Single-Payer


August 22, 2018


Republicans’ failure to address health-care costs led to Obamacare, and their failure to act today will result in a single-payer system. Democrats point to the supposedly existential threat of climate change and the nation’s allegedly inhumane immigration system as reasons to give them control of Congress this November. Yet their failure to prioritize these issues […]

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Fox News: Bobby Jindal on the battle between Trump and the media


August 16, 2018


Former Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal says the more media attack the president, the more they help him with his base. Watch the latest video at foxnews.com

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: The Moral Logic of School Choice


June 25, 2018


Proponents of school choice offer many arguments for charter authorizations, vouchers and education tax credits. For parents, the reasons are often straightforward. Some cite better discipline, dress codes and an emphasis on teaching their traditional or religious values. Others mention plentiful school supplies, increased personal attention or a shorter commute to school. Policy analysts may […]

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: Kasich Could Be Trump’s Best Hope


May 16, 2018


Donald Trump once joked that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose votes. That may be true—his approval ratings have inched up recently, tweetstorms and Stormy Daniels notwithstanding. But can he be re-elected? He’s unlikely to face an opponent as unpopular and uninspiring as Hillary Clinton in 2020. His best hope may […]

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: Republicans’ Quiet Health Victory


March 23, 2018


When Republicans failed to repeal ObamaCare last year, it recalled the old line about snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. That loss, however, should not be allowed to overshadow an important Republican success on health care. Millions of Medicare beneficiaries now get their coverage through private plans under Medicare Advantage—a quiet step forward that […]

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: Trump’s Style Is His Substance


February 14, 2018


You hear it all the time from Trump supporters: “I like a lot of what he’s done, especially the judges and tax cuts. But I wish he’d stop tweeting and picking fights. I wish he acted more presidential and stopped insulting reporters, entertainers, senators, foreign leaders and Gold Star families.” Sounds right, seems smart. Yet […]