Address the national debt now

If there’s one thing that unites Democrats and Republicans in DC, it’s their unwillingness to tackle the national debt. During campaign season, both parties talk about it. They both point to the other’s policies and offer token solutions to address it, but these solutions

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Can a “Neutral Tax” actually work?

On the surface, the answer is “no, a Neutral Tax wouldn’t work” Dig just a little deeper and some interesting things happen. Preconceived notions of how the tax code is supposed to be written melt away. Intriguing prospects of states, local governments, and individual

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The debt ceiling spin will make you dizzy

In Washington DC, one political side wants to raise the debt ceiling with limited fanfare for an extended period of time and with minimal negotiations. The other side wants to negotiate, using a shutdowns and defaults as leverage to get their agenda on the table while only allowing a very short

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The GOP is officially the party of big government now

Ronald Reagan would likely believe that the Republican Party is leaving him just as the Democratic Party once did. A new Pew poll shows a majority of Republicans now believe the country needs to spend MORE on government programs. HotAir’s Allahpundit points out the depth and speed of this

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Obamacare Lite and the Federalist Party

This is the most recent email sent to members of the Federalist Party. Sign up on the homepage to receive these updates. There are two things that a great political party needs to succeed. It must remain stalwart in its core beliefs and it must be agile enough to adjust to the circumstances. We

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