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Daniel Patrick Moynihan famously observed that conservatives recognize “culture, not politics, determines the success of a society,” while liberals believe “politics can change a culture and save it from itself.” Yet today’s conservatives and liberals both tend to demand cultural results from political and economic systems. Liberals invest ever more moral meaning into politics, and […]

Studies consistently show that Republicans give more than Democrats to private charities. But as any liberal will happily tell you, that doesn’t capture the whole picture. The left, they say, is far more generous than the right. It’s just that they don’t express their concern for the disadvantaged via charitable giving. Rather, they raise taxes […]

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House Democrats can begin using their “subpoena cannon” in January to investigate and harass the White House, hoping to convince the nation of President Trump’s unfitness for office—though it is hard to imagine what they could possibly unearth that would be more damaging than what is already known. Alternately, they could try to abolish U.S. […]

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Bobby Jindal: Liberalism on Campus Matters

  • December 14, 2018
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  • By Team Jindal

Conservatives, facing an overwhelmingly liberal academic environment, often respond by pointing to their better standing in the business and political spheres, otherwise known as the real world. However, as yesterday’s academic protesters become today’s academic establishment, Marxism and other radical ideas are making a comeback, expanding beyond the ivory towers, and infecting the nation’s political […]

The national leadership of the Democrat party is currently trying to run a content free election this cycle, preferring their platform to be “we are not Trump.” Despite their best efforts to date, and the mainstream media’s lack of curiosity, it is possible to discern from liberal rhetoric what Democrats would do if they capture […]

Proponents of school choice offer many arguments for charter authorizations, vouchers and education tax credits. For parents, the reasons are often straightforward. Some cite better discipline, dress codes and an emphasis on teaching their traditional or religious values. Others mention plentiful school supplies, increased personal attention or a shorter commute to school. Policy analysts may […]

Donald Trump once joked that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose votes. That may be true—his approval ratings have inched up recently, tweetstorms and Stormy Daniels notwithstanding. But can he be re-elected? He’s unlikely to face an opponent as unpopular and uninspiring as Hillary Clinton in 2020. His best hope may […]

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Wall Street Journal: Republicans’ Quiet Health Victory

  • March 23, 2018
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  • By Team Jindal

When Republicans failed to repeal ObamaCare last year, it recalled the old line about snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. That loss, however, should not be allowed to overshadow an important Republican success on health care. Millions of Medicare beneficiaries now get their coverage through private plans under Medicare Advantage—a quiet step forward that […]

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Wall Street Journal: Trump’s Style Is His Substance

  • February 14, 2018
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  • By Team Jindal

You hear it all the time from Trump supporters: “I like a lot of what he’s done, especially the judges and tax cuts. But I wish he’d stop tweeting and picking fights. I wish he acted more presidential and stopped insulting reporters, entertainers, senators, foreign leaders and Gold Star families.” Read the full article here…

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Wall Street Journal: A Look Ahead at the Post-Trump GOP

  • January 31, 2018
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  • By Team Jindal

Barack Obama famously aspired to be transformative like Ronald Reagan rather than incremental like Bill Clinton. What about Donald Trump? His friends and foes alike seem to share only the conviction that he changes everything. But it’s worth considering how lasting his legacy will prove to be. What will happen to the conservative populist movement […]

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