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Paul Ryan Does Not Have a Better Way

Now that Donald Trump has been thrown under his own bus, Paul Ryan has been seen holding up a little book called A Better Way. The National Review naturally applauds: The plan focuses on eradicating poverty, bolstering national security, revitalizing America’s economy, creating a patient-centered health-care system, implementing pro-growth tax reform, and returning government to its constitutional parameters.
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