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Shattering the Decade of "New Normal" Economic Sluggishness

Consumer spending accounts for approximately two-thirds of the U.S. economy, and this helpful chart from the U.S. Senate's Joint Economic Committee illustrates why our economy suddenly turbocharged over the past two years from its decade of sluggishness that we were told was the "new normal":

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="439" caption="Turbocharging the U.S. Consumer Economy"][/caption]…[more]

October 15, 2018 • 11:46 am
'Medicare-for-All': A Disaster

'Medicare-for-All': A Disaster

President Donald Trump warns that Sanders is "eliminating Medicare as a program for seniors."

Alarming New Poll Shows Americans Fear Expressing Themselves, and Congress Should Act

Alarming New Poll Shows Americans Fear Expressing Themselves, and Congress Should Act

Do you find yourself self-censoring your viewpoints and concealing your political activities, except among trusted family and friends, or people you're certain are like-minded?

For House GOP, Midterm Pickup Chances Are Rare but Crucial

For House GOP, Midterm Pickup Chances Are Rare but Crucial

Any GOP pickups will probably be few and far between. But if the race for House control tightens in coming weeks, they could be critical.

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Cybersecurity Threats & Midterm Elections

Steve Bucci, Former Military Assistant to Defense Secretary Rumsfeld, Former Green Beret and Visiting Fellow at The Heritage Foundation National Security & Foreign Policy Institute, discusses the integrity of our elections, cybersecurity and the midterm elections[more]
Dissecting the UN IPCC Report on Climate Change

Myron Ebell, Director at the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, discusses the recent report issued by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that warns the planet has only until 2030 to stem catastrophic climate change, what's missing from the report and why[more]
USA Workforce Tax Credit Act

Peter Murphy, Vice President at Invest in Education Coalition, discusses the need to increase the workplace skills of the American workforce and the campaign to promote the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act[more]
California's Illegal Attempt at "Net Neutrality" Internet Regulation

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, discusses why California's Net Neutrality law is illegal, how well-established constitutional authority preempts state and local attempts to regulate the provision of broadband service, and the lawsuit filed to block California's new law[more]
From Judge Kavanaugh to Justice Kavanaugh: What Happens Next?

Thomas Jipping, Deputy Director of the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies and Senior Legal Fellow, discusses the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court and what's ahead for the Court's newest member[more]
Next Steps for NAFTA 2.0

Bryan Riley, Director of National Taxpayers Union's Free Trade Initiative, discusses next steps for NAFTA 2.0[more]
The GOP Midterm Elections Post-Kavanaugh Confirmation

William J. Conti, Partner at Baker & Hostetler, discusses how the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings have injected energy and camaraderie into the GOP and why Elizabeth Warren may be Democrats' choice in 2020[more]
Forty Years After Camp David Accords

Michael Rubin, Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses how the Camp David Accords forever changed the face of the Middle East, the lessons to be learned and more[more]
Question of the Week   
Between 1946 and 2016, what percentage of U.S. Supreme Court decisions have split evenly (4-4)?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"With the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh, for the first time in generations there is a majority of justices on the Supreme Court who, to varying degrees, practice originalism and textualism. This means that the Court can systematically begin to restore the Constitution to its original meaning. This constitutional restoration does not mean that the Constitution's original meaning is the best choice…[more]
 
 
—John Yoo and James C. Phillips
— John Yoo and James C. Phillips
 
Liberty Poll   

During a campaign season, particularly one as intense as the current midterm cycle, do you respond to telephone political polling?