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Much Fast Growth Right Around the Corner

Every day there are legions of new economists who dismiss the Donald Trump economic agenda and his forecast of 3 percent growth as a wild-eyed fantasy. The consensus is that the economy “can’t possibly grow at 3 percent” says The Wall Street Journal. “Slow growth is the new norm, so get used to it,” writes Rucir Sharma, Morgan Stanley, chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley in Foreign Affairs magazine this month.

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America’s Sickly Health Insurance System

I’m beginning to wonder whether anyone in Washington or in the media has the slightest clue what insurance is? Here is a standard dictionary definition of the term: “Insurance — A promise of compensation for specific potential future losses in exchange for a periodic payment. Insurance is designed to protect the financial well-being of an individual, company or other entity in the case of unexpected loss.”

05/08/2017
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Congress Must Stop Death by Decree

At the first meeting of the Trump Leadership Council — an advisory group consisting of top CEOs from major companies — President Donald Trump asked these business leaders what was their biggest problem. I expected the answer to be America’s anti-growth tax system.

02/21/2017
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The Angry Loser Party

Proponents of the Women’s March and other protests that have broken out in various city centers and airport terminals across the country often compare themselves to the Tea Party movement.

02/14/2017
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How Trump Can Create a Bull Market

The stock market has risen about 9 percent since the election of Donald Trump with near a $2 trillion increase in wealth. Is this the start of a big bull market rally? Investors are rightly euphoric over President Trump’s pro-business/pro-investor policies. But Wall Street is coming to grips with the political reality that gridlock is the default position in Washington. Democrats have announced they are preparing an all-out defense against Trumpism as if they were trying to repel the Normandy Invasion. So the market has been jittery in recent weeks, rising on Trump successes (such as the regulation roll back) and falling into despair when his economic agenda seems bogged down or he pursues bearish policies like tariffs on Mexico. To get a sense of where the market is headed, it’s wise to look at the historical parallel of the early years of another presidential disruptor: President Ronald Reagan. Mr. Trump can learn from Mr. Reagan’s mistakes and successes.

02/05/2017
Washington Times: Hot Button
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Washington Times: Hot Button

BY Amanda Carpenter

Answering the call Thousands of conservative activists answered Rep. Michele Bachmann's call to come to Washington and protest the Democratic health care expansions being pushed through Congress.

11/09/2009
LAMBRO: New Protests Planned
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LAMBRO: New Protests Planned

BY Don Lambro

Last month's nationwide "tea party" demonstrations to protest massive government spending increases and rising taxes received relatively little coverage from the national news media.Liberal big-government groups dismissed them as the work of right-wing advocacy organizations in Washington, and the events were so dispersed - most of them in small cities and towns - that no one could be sure how many actually had turned out to attend them.

05/22/2009
A Stealth Budget Bill
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A Stealth Budget Bill

BY Matt Kibbe

President Obama is insisting on arcane procedural language tucked away in the budget resolution conference report that will dramatically expand the federal government's control over your personal health care decisions and our nation's health care system, all without a single hearing or a public debate.

05/19/2009
Model for health-care reform?
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Model for health-care reform?

BY Matt Kibbe

Is Tom Daschle the 2009 version of Ira Magaziner? Mr. Daschle, named as President-elect Barack Obama's health and human services secretary, will attempt to create a universal health-care system just as Ira Magaziner attempted under the Clinton administration. In 1993, Mr. Magaziner helped write and push a bill that would have nationalized health care. The plans and tactics may be different, but both men have the same ends - to drastically increase government control over our health care.

01/13/2009
Bailout Brakes
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Bailout Brakes

BY Matt Kibbe

"Well, if you're so opposed to a bailout of Wall Street, what would you do?" I get this question all the time from advocates of the proposed $700 billion Wall Street bailout here inside the Beltway. In the nation's capital, this is what passes for a plausible "defense" of bad policy proposed during times of crisis. "We must do something. Here's something. Do it. Now!"

10/01/2008

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