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A Revolution Is Coming in Heart-Disease Treatment


August 2, 2022


by Bobby Jindal and Neil M. Gheewala A cancer-care revolution that started in the 1980s is spreading to cardiac care. In the 1980s, cancer was treated almost exclusively in hospital settings. These days, more than 80% of all cancer care happens in community outpatient centers, which achieve better outcomes, keep costs low, and offer a […]

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Democrats See Republicans as the Enemy, Not As Loyal Opposition


July 28, 2022


by Bobby Jindal Democrats have long portrayed Donald Trump as a singular threat to democracy, who deserves to be driven from the public square and polite company. Their contempt has rested on ever-changing rationales—from crude behavior and tweets to Russian collaboration to the January 6th attack. It seems Democrats would much rather look backwards than […]

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Republicans Must Learn to ‘Compromise’ Like Democrats


July 11, 2022


by Bobby Jindal Joe Biden campaigned on his ability to restore comity to Washington, D.C., work across party lines, and put nation above party. He did the exact opposite after his election. The press conveniently forgot his campaign promises, subordinating them to the need to confront a series of supposed existential crises—saving humanity from COVID-19, […]

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Biden’s far-left approach to ‘health


April 12, 2022


by Bobby Jindal and Abigail Slagle People should not expect the Biden administration to solve problems with the healthcare system anytime soon. In fact, the president’s 2023 budget exacerbates some healthcare challenges. Policies contained in Biden’s budget continue to cater to a far-left agenda and perpetuate leading from behind on COVID-19. The Centers for Disease […]

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President Biden Has Governed from the Radical Left


February 2, 2022


by Bobby Jindal President Joe Biden immodestly claims he has accomplished more in his first year than his predecessors. He does admit his failures, namely his inability to cause Republicans to have an “epiphany” and endorse his expansive climate, spending and immigration proposals. He sounds more like a college applicant who claims his greatest shortcoming […]

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Thank You, Sean Payton, For Bringing Back New Orleans With Football


February 2, 2022


by Bobby Jindal In 1966, the American Football League and National Football League wanted an anti-trust exemption from Congress allowing them to merge. Sen. Russell Long, chairman of the Finance Committee, and Rep. Hale Boggs, House majority whip, wanted a professional football team for Louisiana. The leagues got their exemption, and NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle […]