Main St. Agenda


Six Reasons to Panic

The Obama administration’s response to the Ebola threat seems to be driven as much by its immigration ideology as by its concern for protecting Americans.

The Weekly Standard, October 27, 2014
  • Disenfranchising the American Dream

    The franchising business model that has benefitted and empowered Main Street Americans for generations is at risk because of special interests and their government allies in Washington.

    National Review Online, October 7, 2014
  • Tax Reform for Both Capital and Labor

    Conservative ideas for tax reform, such as the Lee-Rubio proposal, offer a way to help free the U.S. economy from this steady, multi-year drip of anemic economic growth.

    Opportunity Lives, September 26, 2014
  • The Next Conservative Tax Reform

    The tax-reform proposal advanced by Senators Mike Lee and Marco Rubio would foster growth while providing overdue tax relief for American families.

    National Review Online, September 23, 2014
  • Speak for Middle America

    Voters don’t just want to hear what Republicans dislike about liberal policies; they want to know what the GOP would do to reverse the ill-effects of those policies, re-limit government, and take the country in a better direction.

    The Weekly Standard, September 29, 2014
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    Crony Capitalism Has Deep Roots

    Congress’s failure to kill the Export-Import Bank— “the lowest of low-hanging fruit in the sprawling tree of American political corruption”—is just the latest chapter in a long story of special-interest politics at the expense of the common good.

    The Weekly Standard, September 22, 2014