Two questions. First: when is the last time you had even the slightest concern about drinking the water from your kitchen tap? Second: can you name a city in America under Republican leadership that is broke and dysfunctional?
The Left is spewing incomplete, taken-out-of-context or just flat fraudulent statistics in an effort to tell us how great things are going under the most far-left presidency in our history.
Since the 1960s, none of the pet policies of those aging 1960s children that we saw on the Democratic debate stage has worked. From welfare to education to health care to economic policy. None of them.
For more than 50 years, the United States government, mostly but not completely at the behest of the Democrats, has been obsessed with two issues: poverty and minimum wage.
My disagreements with Democrats are not personal. My problem with Democrats is that I so vigorously disagree with so much of what they believe.
No cult of personality can effectively or justly govern any nation, let alone a republic of 50 sovereign states and 315 million people.
What emerges from Wendy Davis’s story and its discrepancies is that she embellished or outright fabricated parts of her story to make it more appealing to her base.
Good policy is good politics and the best possible policy is to get this horrendous law off the books as quickly as possible.
If journalism were functioning in America, the reporting would go beyond the ‘gotcha’ politics of the moment and would drill down into the actual substance of what separates the parties.
It is always a mistake to underestimate the problem-solving capacity of a robustly growing American economy. Yet Republicans argue with Democrats as if our current sluggish economy is the best we can do. It’s not.