Tag Archives: op/ed

Entitlements Under Attack In Washington

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As Congress continues to hem and haw over the budget, Republican leaders are pushing for deeper and deeper cuts to a multitude of programs. But while the cuts may satiate the conservative base, the White House has made it clear… Continue reading

Clinton Foundation Controversies And Hillary’s Campaign

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At such a crucial point in the Clinton campaign, the public has yet to hear Hillary articulate a clear message about exactly how she plans to move forward if elected president. Instead, we’ve heard nothing from her side as the… Continue reading

Obama Backs Off Opposition To Corker-Menendez Bill, But Still Remains In Control

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Consensus in Washington? You don’t say.
On Tuesday, President Obama announced that he would agree to sign the Corker-Menendez bill after it received unanimous favor in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
To date, this has to be the largest assertion… Continue reading

Rand Paul’s Bid For President And the GOP Field

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Election stories knocked Iran from the headlines on Tuesday as Rand Paul formally announced his candidacy for president.
Paul is certainly a candidate to watch in the current crop of GOP prospects. The libertarian-leaning junior senator from Kentucky is not… Continue reading