Ted Cruz and debt ceiling gamesmanship

If the debt ceiling can be routinely raised simply by the president asking that it be done, why have it at all?

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Political means don't achieve moral ends

Politics and political rhetoric is no substitute for personal morality.

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Obama agenda promotes unfairness

The things that increase the likelihood of improving one's life are the very things the President and his liberal friends fight.

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The fatal conceit of Obamacare

Anyone who knows just a little bit of history knew from the day President Obama signed this law in 2010 that what is happening today was inevitable.

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Conservatives, change tactics but don't retreat

Americans may have different opinions about what is wrong with the country. But there is plenty of agreement that the patient is sick.

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Tea party is the solution, not the problem

Our president refuses to sit down and negotiate with Republicans who are constitutionally representing popular sentiment.

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Compromise in politics? No, confront

Big business, unions and Congress are getting themselves exempted out of Obamacare, ready to leave the rest of country to be shepherded into socialized medicine.

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Cruz isn't abnormal; Washington is

Only in Washington is it considered abnormal and obstructionist for a member of Congress to ring the alarm about the loss of freedom in America.

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We need to restore the spirit of capitalism

As the new American oil boom attests, it is freedom and capitalism that releases the human spirit, taps human creativity and produces prosperity that could never come from any government planner.

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Blocking Walmart from Washington, D.C., would hurt poor

Politicians would rather have no new jobs at $12.50 per hour than 900 new jobs at $10 per hour.

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