In Tonight's Debate, Voters Deserve to Hear More About Economic, Tax Policies
Tonight, millions of Americans will tune into the final Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Among the central topics should be the economy, which recent polling shows remains voters' foremost concern.
Unfortunately, voters haven't heard enough from either candidate on that topic during the first two debates.
Which is tragic, because this election itself has taken a toll on the economy. According to a recent poll of economists, rhetoric from both campaigns has had a negative impact on economic growth over the past few months. Accordingly, rather than continuing to argue about personal issues and mutual animosities, both candidates must do a better job of improving economic optimism and confidence by advocating pro-growth policies that will help us proper…[more]
Last week the Supreme Court of the United States voted that President Obama exceeded his authority when he granted exemptions from the immigration laws passed by Congress.
But the Supreme Court also exceeded its own authority by granting the University of Texas an exemption from the Constitution's requirement of "equal protection of the laws," by voting that racial preferences for student admissions were legal.
Supreme Court decisions in affirmative action cases are the longest running fraud since the 1896 decision upholding racial segregation laws in the Jim Crow South, on grounds…
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