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  • Millennials’ New American Dream

    Millennials’ New American Dream

    Private property ownership is something most Americans today take for granted, especially rights related to owning land and homes.

  • Google Shows Women Being Raped, May Break Federal Law

    Google Shows Women Being Raped, May Break Federal Law

    So much has been said over the past four years about the so-called “War on Women” conservatives are allegedly waging against half the U.S. population, but a real war against the rights of women is occurring every single day on some of the most powerful websites in the world: billion-dollar search engines, such as Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft’s Bing.

  • Really CNBC? You Just Couldn't Control Yourselves

    Really CNBC? You Just Couldn’t Control Yourselves

    CNBC’s Republican debate broadcast was quite the spectacle.

  • Democrat Presidential Candidates Continue Push Toward Single-Payer Health Care

    Democrat Presidential Candidates Continue Push Toward Single-Payer Health Care

    At a campaign stop in Des Moines, Iowa, the Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton outlined some of the key health care programs she plans to enact if elected president in November 2016. According to a report by the Associated Press, Clinton’s plan would, among other things, “deny tax breaks for televised direct-to-consumer advertising and require drug companies that receive taxpayers’ support to invest in research and development.”

  • ‘Jiffy’ Health Clinics Save Patients Money and Time, Undermine Obamacare

    ‘Jiffy’ Health Clinics Save Patients Money and Time, Undermine Obamacare

    “Jiffy” health care clinics represent one of the fastest-growing sectors of the health care industry, providing quick, convenient, and affordable primary care services without the long waits and higher costs of traditional family practices.

  • The Growing Medicaid Expansion Bubble

    The Growing Medicaid Expansion Bubble

    The majority of controversial issues involving the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have stemmed from its mandate that all people have health insurance or else face a fine (or is it a tax?) and ACA’s transformation of the U.S. health insurance system from a largely private marketplace to a government-manipulated, exchange-based market. While both of these issues are tremendously important, one of the most damaging Obamacare provisions – the expansion of Medicaid – has largely gone unnoticed by the general public.

  • Doctors Will Be the Scapegoats in the Coming Obamacare Disaster

    Doctors Will Be the Scapegoats in the Coming Obamacare Disaster

    In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the landmark case of King v. Burwell to protect the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from legal precedents, the rule of law, the English language, and common sense, the battle over the role of government in health care has now shifted away from the courts and back to the ballot box.

  • Obesity and Health Care Costs Continue to Rise Under Obamacare

    Obesity and Health Care Costs Continue to Rise Under Obamacare

    In the months leading up to the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), President Barack Obama traveled across the country lauding the bill’s potential to fundamentally transform the U.S. health care system.

  • School Choice Is Liberty’s Last Best Hope

    School Choice Is Liberty’s Last Best Hope

    Although we often hear about distinctive American features such as apple pie, baseball, and freedom of speech, the single greatest characteristic of the American way is the willingness to provide opportunity for all. Unlike its European predecessors, the United States was always meant to be a place where your standing in the world isn’t determined by who your parents are but rather by an unrelenting spirit.

  • How High School Nearly Destroyed Me, and Why School Choice Matters

    How High School Nearly Destroyed Me, and Why School Choice Matters

    Many say school choice is a dangerous idea because it turns parents and students into customers and teachers into something like service providers. In my experience, the absence of school choice turns parents and students into captives with no ability to make decisions that would improve educational opportunities.

  • Supreme Court May Have Saved Obamacare, but It Doomed Young Americans’ Health Care Options

    Supreme Court May Have Saved Obamacare, but It Doomed Young Americans’ Health Care Options

    Six Americans in black robes have, yet again, saved the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from a major crisis, but the most important part of this story for young people is their atrocious ruling will cause significant problems for the nation’s youngest and healthiest citizens.

  • It’s the End of America as We Know It, and America Feels Fine

    It’s the End of America as We Know It, and America Feels Fine

    Much of the global population doesn’t realize it, but the most powerful nation in the world threw in the towel today on the entire notion of what it means to live in a “land of liberty,” when its Supreme Court ruled in a 6–3 decision the rule of law no longer matters.

  • How Marco Rubio Will Win Over New Hampshire Voters and Potentially Win 2016 Primary

    How Marco Rubio Will Win Over New Hampshire Voters and Potentially Win 2016 Primary

    The people of New Hampshire have always understood the importance of their role in helping to choose the person who will fill the most powerful office on Earth, and carefully considering each candidate has become something of a family tradition. Its not surprising then that it has been said, As New Hampshire goes, so goes the nation.

  • The Most Important Obamacare Case You’ve Never Heard Of

    The Most Important Obamacare Case You’ve Never Heard Of

    While the nation eagerly awaits the Supreme Court’s ruling in King v. Burwell, a case brought by an unknown Pennsylvania tax collector has quietly made its way to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia and has the potential to end President Barack Obama’s most important piece of legislation, the Affordable Care Act.

  • Why Ben Carson is the Perfect (Vice) Presidential Candidate

    Why Ben Carson is the Perfect (Vice) Presidential Candidate

    When Dr. Ben Carson took the stage at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, few would have guessed the prominent pediatric neurosurgeon from Johns Hopkins would be running for president just a few years later.

  • The Left’s Hidden Plan to End Free Speech and Two Ways to Stop It

    The Left’s Hidden Plan to End Free Speech and Two Ways to Stop It

    The modern American left will someday be remembered as one of history’s truly “odd ducks.” Unlike many of the redistributionist movements of the past, American leftism has managed to melt diametrically opposed concepts, such as “individual liberty” and “government-mandated equality,” into a singular, conflicting political platform.

  • Obamacare Failing, Doctors Will Take Future Blame

    Obamacare Failing, Doctors Will Take Future Blame

    The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a report on March 9 projecting Obamacare premium prices to outpace both private insurance premiums and government spending between 2016 and 2018.

  • Lazy for a living: Why some millennials never need to work again

    Lazy for a living: Why some millennials never need to work again

    Never before in human history has a group of people been given the astounding opportunities Millennials experience today.

  • Why six-figure salaries don’t make you wealthy

    Why six-figure salaries don’t make you wealthy

    Instead of obsessing over who is in the middle class, the nation should turn its attention to improving the lives of every single person, regardless of where each is starting from.

  • The real face of unemployment and underemployment

    The real face of unemployment and underemployment

    Lower taxes, eliminate unnecessary regulations, empower entrepreneurs. It’s not rocket science.