Majority Rule Equals Tyranny - Walter Williams
The Founders held a deep abhorrence for democracy and majority rule.
The Progressive-State Depression - Stephen Moore
Smart folks are fleeing the Clinton states for greener pastures.
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Our Constitution alone is not a sufficient bulwark against progressivism.
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The forces of command statism did not disappear with the election results.
How Trump Could Ruin His Presidency - Ann Coulter
If he betrays voters on immigration, they will never forgive or forget.
Drain the Swamp! - John Stossel
Can Trump deliver on his promise to curtail cronyism?
California Should Try to Secede - Erick Erickson
A clear demonstration - from the left - that Washington is too powerful.
Let's Fight Tyranny - Walter Williams
Our nation faces increasing irreconcilable differences.
Populist-Nationalist Tide Rolls On - Pat Buchanan
America is at a plastic moment in history. Good decisions are a must.
Time to Cut Back on Government by Executive Order - Scott Rasmussen
Trump should honor our established system of checks and balances.
No More Business as Usual, Mr. Trump - Peggy Noonan
He has to abandon his company in order to represent the country.
Trump Should Back Employee Rights Act - Philip Wegmann
The Donald has an opportunity to transform labor law forever.
Illinois Exemplifies Our Fiscal Foolishness - George Will
While the people bleed for taxes, the Democratic elites float in gravy.
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