If we look back to Barack Obama's famous speech at the 2004 Democratic Convention — the speech that put him on the political map — he sounds like Donald Trump.
The economy is growing like it hasn't in years, the most sweeping tax reform since 1986 has been passed, and he is deregulating.
Bottom line: What we call a racial divide today is really a partisan divide.
Envy doesn't create wealth. Freedom and character does.
It is indeed a challenge to get truth into poor black communities that have suffered for years from liberal leaders like Cohen telling them what they need is more government and abortion.
According to the Tax Foundation, compliance with the U.S. tax code consumed, in 2016, 8.9 billion hours at a cost of $409 billion.
Feminists want government out of our bedrooms, but want government to force our employers into our bedrooms, as long as they show up with their checkbook.
Medicaid together with Medicare now has almost 40 percent of all Americans on government single-payer health care.
Behavior increasing the likelihood of poverty does have consequences on others.
Compassion cannot be confused with subsidization of poor values and waste.