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Bipartisan games or downsizing government?

(‘76 Contributor) Bipartisanship is greatly overrated as a formula for good government. Every major government boondoggle in recent memory was launched with bipartisan enthusiasm. Bipartisanship has its role in the day–to–day affairs of government. What

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Primer on America’s political ills & steps to a cure

(’76 Editor) Two important articles published recently, along with a classic from the early Reagan years, remind us how deep and grave are the pathologies threatening American self-government—and map out the fundamental change of thinking

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Barone, Benson, and Ham: Who Owns the Future?

Building on Friday night's message of optimism and looking to the future, the morning panel featuring Michael Barone, Guy Benson, and Mary Katherine Ham handicapped the next few election cycles, including important gubernatorial races in

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Young Conservatives: Go To Where the Youth Are

If conservatives hope for a new generation of activists and voters, go where the youth are, a panel of young conservatives told the Western Conservative Summit Saturday afternoon. Charlie Kirk, a 19-year-old executive director of

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Shutdown: Who benefits short- and long-term?

By the time you read this, “The Shutdown” may be over, but the first ten days did reveal some things worth noting. In purely random order they include the following: The conventional wisdom endlessly trumpeted

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An open letter to the true blue right

For the past 30 years, I have lived the life of a self-described right wing capitalist pig. For the past 16 years, though, I have been living in Mesa County, Colorado – in the center

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