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    Obama’s War on Homemakers

    Among his many unfortunate offerings in his State of the Union address, President Obama’s proposals aimed at parents and children vividly highlights his administration’s disconnect from the values and needs of Main Street Americans.

    Bloomberg, January 22, 2015
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    Washington Discovers the Middle Class

    The pro-growth, pro-family policies championed by Senators Mike Lee and Marco Rubio would do a lot more to help Main Street Americans than would liberals’ pro-redistribution, pro-government agenda.

    Bloomberg View, January 12, 2015
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    Getting Beyond Obamacare

    When it comes to Obamacare, Republicans need to be focused entirely on repeal, and everything they do on Obamacare—most importantly advancing a well-conceived conservative alternative—should be done with that goal in mind.

    National Review, December 8, 2014
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    Want to Shut Down Obama on Immigration? Here’s How

    The smart play for Republicans who care about defending the Constitution is to pass a short-term continuing resolution and, in January, pass two bills: one that funds everything but Citizenship and Immigration Services; another that funds that agency while denying funding for President Obama’s lawless actions.

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    Sorry, Obamacare Is Still Unfixable

    Democrats’ most common proposal for “fixing” Obamacare—adding a copper plan to the existing government-allowed metals—is a tiny cosmetic change that might even make Obamacare worse.

    Bloomberg View, October 22, 2014
  • Ed Gillespie Steps Up and Announces an Alternative

    The Virginia GOP Senate candidate shows it’s possible to advance a winning alternative to Obamacare—one that would lower premiums, enhance access to doctors, reduce federal spending, increase the number of people with private insurance, and repeal every last word of Obamacare.

    National Review Online, October 10, 2014
  • Republicans Misread Their ‘Gender Gap’ Problem

    Rather than trying to cater to women (or other groups), Republicans should advance a reform agenda that would limit government and improve the lives of everyday Americans of both sexes and all races.

    Bloomberg View, August 29, 2014
  • Making Ryan’s Tax Plan Smarter

    Championing pro-family tax reform might make it easier to achieve pro-growth tax reform.

    Bloomberg View, August 25, 2014
  • Trampling Democracy to Fight Climate Change

    With an assist from five activist justices, President Obama’s EPA is basically rewriting federal law in imposing coal-plant limitations that Congress never passed and never would have supported.

    Bloomberg, June 9, 2014
  • Recovering the Wisdom of the Constitution

    Although it is often forgotten or overlooked, what conservatism chiefly means in America is “the conservation of our political inheritance from the Founders,” and conservative policies should be crafted in that spirit.

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  • Taxes and Health Care: How Far How Fast?

    To get to repeal, conservatives should advance an alternative to Obamacare that revitalizes the individual market—which the federal government long ago broke—without disrupting the typical American’s employer-based plan.

    National Review, June 9, 2014
  • Republicans and Canceled Health Plans

    In advancing real health-care reform, Republicans should learn a key lesson from millions of Americans’ response to Obamacare’s having cost them their health-care plans: move in steps.

    National Review, October 30, 2013