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As the Democratic presidential front-runners jockey for position as Giver-of-Free-Stuff in Chief, their promises on health care mostly sound like, as former Vice President Joe Biden would put it, “a bunch of malarkey.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the Treasury Department and IRS’ proposed rule that would excuse tax-exempt political groups from automatically reporting their major donors to the agency, a move that would further protect donor privacy and Americans’ First Amendment rights, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the report that a record 157,878,000 Americans were employed in the month of August, an increase of 590,000 from July, Steve Moore, FreedomWorks Senior Economic Contributor, commented:
There are few things certain in life such as death, taxes, and Democrats calling for District of Columbia statehood during a high profile election cycle. While all Democratic presidential primary candidates support statehood for the capital of the United States, a recent Gallup Poll found that 64 percent of Americans actually disagree and for good reason.
It’s no secret that the two dozen or so 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are promising a slew of new and expanded government programs that are often “universal” and “free.” Americans should be skeptical when they hear these buzzwords, which are code for “rationed” and “expensive” when Democratic presidential candidates talk about "Medicare for all," the so-called Green New Deal, and free college.