We don't want to end up like Italy

Some would have us believe that compromise is what has always defined our political process -- but compromise works only between parties that are essentially on the same page to begin with.

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Rick Santorum is right about morality and economy

Santorum insists that there is a "moral component" to economic problems and that claims that one can be discussed meaningfully without the other are bogus.

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Every American should listen to Paul Ryan

Those on the left who scream about income gaps choose to focus on the success of those at the top rather than the failures of those at the bottom.

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Moral responsibilities are linked to fiscal responsibility

Regarding abortion, the liberal agenda is really about two things. One, an alleged right to sexual promiscuity and two, an alleged right to have others bear social and financial responsibility for that promiscuity.

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Occupy Wall Street: More from the culture of narcissism

Can someone please explain to our vice president the difference between a screaming infant not getting what he wants when he wants it, and an adult who understands personal responsibility, humility, work and service to others?

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More of same from Congressional Black Caucus

Black leadership has continued, year after year, to embrace and sell what doesn't work and black Americans continue to buy it and return these same individuals to power.

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Target black unemployment with enterprise zones

$900 billion in stimulus spending, and two and a half years later almost two million fewer Americans are working.

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Perry right about Social Security Ponzi scheme

Social Security is simply about current workers paying a tax that is used to make payouts to current retirees.

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Marco Rubio's courageous speech

The culture of government has displaced the culture of personal responsibility.

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Blacks' dilemma with Obama

We have a black president and blacks are worse off -- not just a little, but a lot worse off.

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