Politics

Tax, fiscal reform for economic growth

Since most Americans paid our tax bills this past month, it’s a good time to contemplate what we come up against every April—and question why Congress has done so little to fix what is obviously a broken tax code.

It’s time for the...

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Widespread fraud in Iraqi elections

There is growing concern that 9 days after the Iraqi elections no results have been posted, with government sources claiming that no announcement will be made until the end of May. Political leaders in Iraq who have already expressed dismay at...

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Only President Obama can secure the Latino vote for Democrats

We are reaching a boiling point on abuses against immigrants and deportations: two million deportations and hundreds of thousands of detained immigrants in deplorable conditions. Democrats are at a turning point with Latino voters, and only...

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Feeling blue in Puerto Rico

Over the past 30 years, Puerto Rican politics has been dominated by more liberal, blue state-leaning policies.

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The RINO retreat

The Republican leaders in the House and Senate have repeatedly turned their backs on the conservatives who elected them in the Tea Party wave of 2010.

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Inept leader in a gathering storm

After six years in the White House, it is not unfair to say that President Obama is politically inept in his relationship with Congress. If he thinks he has been having trouble dealing with recalcitrant Republicans on the Hill, what will he do in...

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