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    How to Be a Great Dad, According to a 23-Year-Old

    Meet David Wise. He’s a 23-year-old father, married to the love of his life, and a gold medal Olympian. He’s making headlines for his performance in the first ever ski halfpipe event in Sochi. Wise’s score of 92.00 points on his first run beat out Canada’s Mike Riddle and France’s … More

    Wood on Dobbs: Little Guy Loses When Big Business Gets 'Cozy' with Government (VIDEO)

    Big business players such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are “getting very close and cozy with big government,” The Foundry’s Genevieve Wood said last night in an interview with Lou Dobbs of Fox Business News. The loser, she said, is “the little guy.” “You’ve got more big government and … More

    How a Ukrainian Woman Views the Current Explosive Situation

    A year ago, you could take a weekend stroll through Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, admiring the city’s baroque architecture and watching teenagers skating near the fountains. Back then, Kyiv seemed nothing but a vibrant European city with art events and universities, and a hub for international business companies. But … More

    Lee Introduces Plan to Reform Welfare

    Sen. Mike Lee (R–UT) introduced legislation last week to make welfare meet needs more constructively while exercising fiscal responsibility. His new bill—whose House companion will be introduced by Rep. Jim Jordan (R–OH)—does three important things: Gets welfare spending under control. Welfare spending has increased by 16-fold since the War on … More

    How the Chamber of Commerce Boosts Big Business, Not All Americans

    Responding to President Obama’s most recent State of the Union address, Tom Donohue, the president of the Chamber of Commerce stated, “We can’t afford to double down on the failed policies of tax, spend, regulate, and mandate.” Really? Increasingly, the Chamber and the Business Roundtable are proving to be friends … More

    Is Hollywood Admitting 'War on Women' a Farce?

    House of Cards, a popular Netflix show, has a reputation for displaying the worst of the worst in politics, and some conservatives believe its display of the Left’s “War on Women” is no exception. In the show, Claire Underwood, the wife of Congressman Frank Underwood, is the center of the … More

    The Latest Effort by the IRS to Censor Political Speech

    With April 15 rapidly approaching, the federal agency that Americans ubiquitously dislike and fear – the Internal Revenue Service – is once again targeting nonprofit advocacy organizations in what may be an effort to censor political speech.  Instead of trying to correct its internal bias and problems, the IRS is … More

    The White House Doesn't Like These Particular Facts

    A funny thing is happening to President Obama in his pursuit of redistributive economic policies: Facts are getting in the way. The facts in this case are being pronounced by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), a nonpartisan federal agency that crunches numbers for the government, which concluded that raising the … More