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The next few stops on this health care journey with Trump at the controls will bring the nation ever closer to the ultimate destination: national health care.
Paul Ryan embraced all the failure modes of the Edsel for his epic Obamacare "repeal-and-replace" humiliation.
The media agenda is that climate change is caused by man and that urgent government intervention, in the form of new taxes and regulations, is the only way to stop it.
Trump’s proposed “budget outline” significantly departs from decades of business-as-usual government appropriations.
Apologists for jihad terror twist themselves into human pretzels.
Overcritical European elites are putting Poland in a catch-22.
It is not American nationalism that warrants our alarm. Rather, it is transnationalism and fierce multiculturalism.
It’s not too late for Trump. But it will be soon.
Seven years of anticipation and endless promises of “repeal and replace” have been replaced with “remain and recriminate.” What now? Several options going forward.
Although the nations of Europe receive cut after Islamist cut, most of the leaders of those nations, as well as the leaders of the European Union, still will not acknowledge that Europe is being bled to death.
A healthy civic life, cultural and economic resilience, innovation and invention, and a sense of national purpose all begin and end with education.
If Ryan refuses to leave after botching the Obamacare repeal, the Freedom Caucus needs to push for the speaker’s removal.
The mainstream media have lost connection with sizable portions of the American public and have declared war on the new Trump administration.
Khalid Masood's London attack is an indictment of the West's "see no evil" policy toward Islamic terrorism.
Government programs are based on the conceit that you can legislate for the millennium and start to fail the moment they are enacted.
Virtually every crazy policy, corrupt courtroom ruling, or depraved piece of legislation that plagues our political climate is a product of modern liberalism.
The reality is that very few things really are as urgent or as concerning as reported at that moment. So it is with the caterwauling over the failed GOP health care vote.
So Paul Ryan's AHCA has failed. What's the next step?
A policy wonk who is in the wrong job.
Sometimes it's good to repeat history...especially when you now have a Republican in the White House.