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Why Offering Big Macs or Threatening to Blow Up the Moon Won’t Solve Our Entitlement Crisis

Two stories, one moral To understand the need for entitlement reform, consider two stories with a single moral. Story One: The 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics were heady, halcyon days, mainly because of all the free food everyone was getting at McDonald’s. McDonald’s was running an Olympic-themed promotion offering free […]

Early Voting? Check! Body Slamming a Reporter? Check! Special Election Victory? Check!
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Early Voting? Check! Body Slamming a Reporter? Check! Special Election Victory? Check!

Montana Republican’s Victory Is More Proof That Early Voting Is Flawed Montana’s special election to fill their at-large congressional seat vacancy has been one for the history books. Body slamming a journalist on Election Eve will go down as the dumbest political move of the year. Nonetheless, the boneheaded aggression […]

What Did Hillary Do, Besides Nod and Sit Still, on the Night She Lost the Election?
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What Did Hillary Do, Besides Nod and Sit Still, on the Night She Lost the Election?

Is the ‘Shattered’ in the chronicle by Jonathan Allen and  a reference to the a shattered big-screen television, smashed in a fit of range by failed candidate Clinton? “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign” by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes has become de rigeur post-election reading, as it pulls back the […]