Brian Darling, Liberal Democrats, panicked over voters’ responses to their anti-tax relief agenda, now want the federal government to subsidize quick political victories for them in November. The fear is that taxpayers will realize that the Trump tax plan is a tax cut and not a tax hike as Democrats have been saying. After telling
Ed Feulner, “The present is getting better. The future, not at all.” So begins a recent New York Times article about a Pew study that shows the public adopting a rather dim outlook. “Even as more Americans say the economy is improving, a clear majority remain fearful about their children’s financial prospects,” it continues. The
Steve Forbes, While all eyes on are on Washington these days to see how well the bold Trump agenda advances, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is quietly creating a case-study in how to achieve economic growth and create the jobs of the future. He is luring high-tech innovators, attracting scores of start-ups, and incentivizing corporate expansion.
Bruce Thornton, Why progressives pay no price for clinging to their murderous ideology. The success of Marine Le Pen in the first round of the French presidential election has the global left resorting to its usual exaggerations and dire predictions of a fascist resurgence. As happened with the progressive smears of Donald Trump, Le Pen’s
Ivanka Trump, Editor’s note: The following column is excerpted from “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success ” by Ivanka Trump. I believe that redefining success includes wanting to lead a good life today, not at some unnamed point in the future—to be both happy and thus successful. Stephen Covey, the best-selling business author,
Susan Stamper Brown, Few things pollute the earth more than when leftists gather to protest. Let’s reminisce for old time’s sake. Leftists described the 2011 Occupy Movement as a breath of fresh air, although movement trash rats deposited their bowel movements on police cars and Zuccotti Park doorsteps. They also left tons of foul rubbish
Newt Gingrich, President Reagan left us with many useful lessons in his 1989 farewell address. Earlier this week, I related Reagan’s words to the health bill failure last Friday. But today, a different passage from his speech caused me to rethink the current approach to tax reform. “The way I see it, there were two
Dan Celia, I certainly don’t want to be so bold as to expect honest national reporting when it comes to President Donald Trump. But it is a bit frustrating when there is no coverage of what this president has achieved in just over two months in office. Indeed, it is truly mind-boggling—especially in Washington, D.C.—to