10 for 12 – How the GOP can win the Presidency and bring back liberty and prosperity
One of the challenges in politics is going from the general to the specific. Practically every American wants the things most politicians promise they’ll deliver: more jobs, economic growth, good schools, less poverty, freedom, a coherent foreign policy, etc. The more opaque a politician gets the better voters seem to like it. The poster child for this was of course Barack Obama in 2008. What | Read More »
Liberals see America as a series of problems waiting for government solutions
In some respects liberals and progressives have it easy. All they have to do is look around and they can find problems for government to solve. Kids are too fat? Let’s get the government to decide how restaurants market their offering. Somebody walked away with a bad haircut? Impose government testing and licensing for barbers. Crime getting out of control? Let’s ban all guns. Someone | Read More »
Straight Talk About Health Insurance, or How To Achieve Portability and Accessibility Without a Government Plan
Two of the health issues that we all seem to generally agree about are the desirability of portable insurance policies and facilitating access to affordable policies by everyone who wants to buy them. Both of those goals are achievable without a massive overhaul of the existing health care and insurance industries. There are more than a few ways to skin those cats, but let’s look | Read More »
What is a Republican?
I am sure all of you can answer that question. Further more, I am sure all of you can answer what the difference between our party and the democrat party. So if we know the answer then why is it the title? Simply put the average American who voted probably does not know what the Republican party stands for and what the difference is between | Read More »