Poor are not poor because rich are rich

A life of government guarantees and controls is not a formula for building wealth.

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West's gentlemanly behavior

In two and a half years, leftists like Rep. Wasserman Schultz, have changed this country so fundamentally it is not clear at all to what extent we can recover.

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Why do blacks still let Obama off the hook?

Almost a half-century since the passage of the Civil Rights Act, too many blacks still don't want to be free and accept the responsibilities that go with it.

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Bachmann is right about minimum wage

By government setting a floor on the wage that an employer is permitted to pay, individuals whose employment value falls below that wage simply will be unemployed.

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Thank you, Eric Cantor

Any tax increases today simply accommodates the recent massive, misguided and destructive expansion of government.

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Michele Bachmann shines like GOP's next star

Too many Americans refuse to let go of the same illusions that Greeks protesting in the streets cling to today.

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Tea Party remains movement in search of a leader

We cannot continue our entitlements programs as they are and still remain a free country.

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Ryan's budget plan can do what Newt did to welfare

Bureaucratic social engineering should be replaced by personal responsibility and market based incentives.

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Educational freedom is today's civil rights issue

The NAACP has consistently opposed school choice and voucher initiatives and has been a stalwart defender of the public school system that traps kids in poverty.

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Mother's Day and our budget crisis

Americans have come to see government, rather than family, as the institution through which we primarily help each other.

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