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The Day After Democrats Lose


November 4, 2022


By Bobby Jindal The day after Election Day, once it’s clear Democrats have lost seats in Congress, much of the media will undoubtedly lecture Republicans about the importance of embracing bipartisanship and moderation. It will advise Republicans to ignore the two years of Democratic overreach that fueled voters’ frustration and that won the GOP so […]

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Health care is a moral issue first, economic second. Here’s what conservatives must do


October 19, 2022


By Bobby Jindal and Newt Gingrich Conservatives must ground health care reforms in fairness, compassion, and equality Over the past five years, conservatives have advanced significant health policy reforms. Federal and state price transparency requirements are saving patients money and helping to protect against surprise bills, and legislation in Texas has increased patient and employer […]

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Republicans shouldn’t fear Dobbs abortion decision


September 23, 2022


by Bobby Jindal Republicans panicked that abortion will ruin their November prospects can learn from Obamacare . Passing that legislation cost President Barack Obama control of the House of Representatives — and the ability to pass significant legislation. Backlash against the massive increase in government spending gave birth to the Tea Party and helped Republicans […]

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Republicans Should Embrace Grace


September 20, 2022


by Bobby Jindal Despite their protests to the contrary, Democrats seem determined to keep Donald Trump at the center of the nation’s political stage. From the FBI’s raid on Mar-a-Lago to Joe Biden’s recent speech at Independence Hall excoriating Trump’s followers, if the current administration wanted to ensure Trump is the 2024 Republican nominee, this […]

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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 […]