Midterms about future of American freedom

Government, in the American vision, exists to protect individual freedom, not to decide who should have what and invade individual private space, capture private property and income, and redistribute it to others based on what politicians think.

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King's Dream still relevant today

In addition to higher education and full-time work, the study ties three institutions to successful black men — military service, church attendance and marriage.

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Lessons from Apple at a trillion dollars

We can't change government. What we can do is limit its size and growth and maximize our private sector where freedom and capitalism can work.

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The Trump, GOP Economic Recovery

More jobs and opportunity is the "nothingburger" that is now being served up to millions of Americans.

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Trump's vitally important anti-poverty initiative

The usual left-wing megaphones, those that can't tell the difference between compassion and spending billions of other people's dollars, have wasted no time to go on attack.

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Trump should focus on debt crisis rather than trade

We lose when politicians start picking winners and losers, whether domestically or internationally. Let the marketplace pick winners and losers.

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What's happening to our young men?

Study: The proportion of economically inactive American men of prime working age leapt from 3.4 percent in 1965 to 11.8 percent in 2015.

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Investing in opportunity

Large parts of the country -- the most distressed communities -- are not participating in the economic recovery.

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A new look into poverty in America

Conservative thought leaders should spend quality time in distressed communities to educate residents about ideas that have failed and discuss innovative ideas that can bring the results they seek.

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Celebrate black history by promoting black ownership

With all the handwringing about gaps in wealth and income in our country, if we were serious we would have policies that promote, rather than prohibit, ownership.

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