The Democrats' Michael Cohen Circus

Democrats want an expansive, powerful government in a godless nation, and somehow they think that would make us better.

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In health care, we need less government, not more

Can you imagine going to the supermarket and seeing the shelves filled but no prices displayed?

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Response to the State of the Union

This president, who the left is attacking as a racist and a dictator, has gotten America growing faster than it has in years, with black and Latino unemployment rates the lowest they have been in history.

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Trump is leading, not caving

A just released Wall Street Journal/NBC poll shows Trump's approval at 43 percent and disapproval at 54 percent — exactly where he was last month.

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Protect our nation -- build the wall

The point is there are real threats. Would anyone have opposed spending $50 billion or $100 billion if it could have stopped 9/11?

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Family breakdown explains social unrest

Weakening of the family generally occurs in an environment of weakening of religion.

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Thinking about what's right in America

If America's youth are losing a sense that this is a land of dreams, this sentiment doesn't seem to be shared by the million immigrants who arrive in the U.S. every year.

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When Democrats win, freedom loses

How has it become so lost in our country that the way we dignify individuals is by believing in them, by granting them freedom to take responsibility for their own life?

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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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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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