The Real Revolutionary

The Real Revolutionary

This election year has been defined by candidates in both parties who are promising a political revolution. A majority of the American people are calling out for real change — for dethroning a comfortable and overbearing elite and replacing it with a more accountable government.

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Rediscovering God in America

Rediscovering God in America

America’s most iconic author, Mark Twain, once observed that “it ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” And in the United States, our secular academic elite has taught two generations of Americans to know a lot of things for sure that fall into that latter category — they just aren’t so. Perhaps none is more damaging, however, than the idea that the Founding Fathers somehow intended to expel God from the public square when they wrote the First Amendment to the Constitution.

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Thirty-Eight: The Number That Should Define Hillary

Thirty-Eight: The Number That Should Define Hillary

Last fall, Hillary Clinton took a question from a young girl at one of her rallies, who just happened to be sitting in a reserved seat in the front row. Spontaneously, the girl asked Hillary about one of her signature issues. “Do you think when you are president,” she asked, “you’ll be paid as much as if you were male?”

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Building a Republican Party for the Future

Building a Republican Party for the Future

It’s good practice for teams, businesses, and even political parties to learn as much from failure as they do from success. That was the principle Republicans applied after losing the White House in 2012, when under the leadership of Chairman Reince Priebus, the Republican National Committee launched the Growth and Opportunity Project to study how the party could be more competitive.

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