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Breaking Down the Barriers to Reform

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At a time when many Americans are struggling with the cost of everyday items—like gas, groceries, and electric bills—we should be making it as easy as possible for them to find gainful employment. Unfortunately, President Obama and his liberal allies in congress have focused on their pet projects, instead of policy ideas, like occupational licensing […]

WaPo: Obama “Faltering Badly On The Competence Question”

Happy Tuesday folks, Concerns about President Obama’s competence are growing. “Almost six years on from [the 2008] election, however, Obama is faltering badly on the competence question,” wrote The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza. It’s true that a majority of Americans don’t think President Obama can effectively manage the government, but the problems that continue to plague our economy are larger than […]

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Fresh Ideas Give Room to Grow

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Americans are frustrated with President Obama’s failed liberal policies, as evidenced by his 55% disapproval rating. Truthfully, they have a right to be. The IMF recently announced a decrease in their previous estimate of American economic growth for 2014. With the economy stumbling along at a dismal 1.7% growth rate, Americans are looking for fresh […]

AP: Obamacare Consumers “Could Get Sticker Shock Over Their New Premiums”

Happy Monday folks, The liberal answer to America’s healthcare problems, Obamacare, continues to wreak havoc on middle-class Americans. The Obama Administration is “setting people up for large and avoidable premium increases,” said Avalare Health researcher Caroline Pearson to the Associated Press. For those enrolled in Obamacare, automatically renewing coverage next year “could lead to costly surprises,” according to […]

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Expanding opportunity in America

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At a recent AEI event, Budget Chairman Paul Ryan unveiled new plans to help expand opportunity, reduce poverty, and provide upward mobility for Americans of all walks of life. As Ryan points out, despite the fact that we spend $800 billion each year at the federal level, we still have one of the highest poverty […]

Housing Expert: “Real Lack Of Confidence To Buy A Home” In US

Eric Morath and Kris Hudson of The Wall Street Journal recently profiled new data from the Commerce Department which shows that “Demand for new homes slowed sharply during the first half [of the year], a development that threatens to reverberate beyond the housing market and throughout the broader economy.” Specifically, “Sales of new single-family homes fell 4.9% […]

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Helping Our Country’s Heroes

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President Obama and his liberal allies fail to realize that “more bureaucracy, more government, and more money” will never solve the problems we face today. We cannot ignore the fact that VA administrators received unearned bonuses and hid problems within an archaic system. Those problems, as is the case with the enormous backlog of veterans […]