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These Are The Republicans Who Want To Continue Spending After The US Debt Passes $25 Trillion


May 17, 2020


The U.S. government has spent trillions of dollars attempting to mitigate the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, but concerns overspending are starting to mount, along with the national debt. The nation’s debt now stands at $25 trillion as spending concerns have naturally taken a back seat to the recovery effort. As most of the country […]

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Opinion: Should Florida Bail Out New York?


May 17, 2020


A comparative look at population growth and spending over 10 years. Democrats want a $915 billion budget bailout for states and cities, and the leading lobbyist is New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. His main public antagonist on the subject is Florida Senator and former Governor Rick Scott. Both men were first elected Governor in 2010, […]

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Where Does the Money Go? Where Should It?


May 17, 2020


The Cuomo–Scott cage match replicates the American debate in miniature. With the debate over additional epidemic aid to the states simmering, Florida senator Rick Scott and New York governor Andrew Cuomo are taking a special interest in one another. Senator Scott used to be Governor Scott. He took office in Florida in 2011, three days […]

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: Heed Biden’s Call for Bipartisan Civility


March 2, 2020


Joe Biden has been mocked for touting his ability to work with Republicans, and for his optimism that he’ll do the same if elected president. There are good reasons to mock Mr. Biden, but this isn’t one of them. Politicians should be encouraged to respect their opponents. Voters tell pollsters they want elected leaders to […]

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: Democrats Want a Prophet, Not a President


February 10, 2020


The Democrats have turned religious. Not in the sense that they espouse a belief in an omnipotent and benevolent Creator or eternal and universal moral principles. They are religious in the sense that they hold dogmatic beliefs that are impervious to contradiction by logic, evidence or experience, and cultivate a moral superiority toward unbelievers. The […]

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Bobby Jindal in the Wall Street Journal: How the GOP Can Win on Health Care


January 2, 2020


Democratic presidential candidates are repeating one of President Obama’s worst mistakes, one that arguably cost Democrats the 2010 midterms. Rather than focusing on bringing down medical costs—which are ever on the rise—Democrats are pushing policies that primarily aim to expand coverage and shift costs to taxpayers. As Mr. Obama did, the Democratic hopefuls pushing massive […]