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CBO Score, Patients Losing Insurance and Other Myths of This Healthcare Debate

Hal Scherz, There are problems with the debate over healthcare and “reforming” it. The first is that the Progressive Left has defined the terms under which we discuss healthcare. The second is that the GOP is terrible at messaging their solutions. Examine the CBO claim that 24 million people will lose health insurance coverage under

Mike Adams: Butter Sticks

A conservative professor decrying the corrosive effects of political correctness on the larger society wrote a recent Letter to the Editor in our local paper. In the letter, the professor compared young people to butter sticks who melt at the slightest rise in temperature. The professor’s brief letter suggested that parents are raising their kids

For Hillary Clinton, “Stronger Together” Is Just Empty Words

Congressman Diane Black, It’s good to be Hillary Clinton. She has a long roster of Hollywood endorsements, a media that lets her campaign edit its own coverage, State Department personnel that still do her bidding to get her out of a pinch, and what a slogan: “Stronger Together.” In a populace as divided as ours

Despicable Words Versus Letting Four Men Die in Benghazi

John P. Warren, If it’s President Hillary despondency will set in for The Deplorables. I said, “If.” But Deplorables, thinking Indies, striving Latinos and African-Americans, and achieving Asians may yet avert the abyss to appear should Hillary Clinton be elected President of the United States. Despicable though many words of Trump can be, they are

Another Deadly Opioid Overwhelms First Responders And Crime Labs in Ohio

Jamie Landrum has been a police officer for two years in District 3 on the west side of the Cincinnati. In late August, the city was hit by 174 overdoses in six days. Landrum says officers were scarce. “We were literally going from one heroin overdose, and then being on that one, and hearing someone

Donald Trump polling stronger with evangelicals than Mitt Romney four years ago

Donald Trump does not speak often about his Christian faith, but it’s not a problem for many evangelical voters. A new poll released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center shows that 78 percent of white evangelical voters would vote for Trump if the election were held today. That’s higher than the 73 percent of evangelicals