The Trump Presidency: A Steady Global Devolution Towards Disorder

by Paul Szydlowski Three weeks after he was elected, I posted some predictions of where a Trump presidency might lead us. Among the predictions were failure to complete a border wall, soaring federal deficits, potholes in the attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act and steady global devolution towards disorder if the U.S. were to withdraw from global treaties and alliances. I believe it’s time for a review of where things stand. This is in no way an exhaustive list. Internationally, our withdrawal from multiple international agreements, along with our…

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Single-Payer Health Care Is The Goal For Both Democrats And Republicans

by Oletta Branstiter Both California and New York are moving rapidly toward legislating a state-run single-payer health care system. The plans would be costly – about $400 billion to cover every Californian, legal or not, and between $91 billion and $225 billion for New Yorkers. The plans would necessarily raise taxes substantially. Economists estimate a 15% rise in payroll taxes for the Golden State. Reason.com reports that “Vermont experimented with single-payer health care, but ultimately abandoned the project in 2014 because it was too costly.”  State-run single-payer health care is…

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No Longer United With Freedom Caucus – A Patriot Fights On

by Oletta Branstiter Up until Wednesday, there was a Facebook group I really admired. It was committed to consistent and determined political action toward the repeal of Obamacare. This social media group was dedicated to reminding our legislators of President Trump’s campaign promise to fully dismantle the “Affordable Care Act” of the Obama administration. This group rallied proactive politically astute citizens to do more than just vent in their wall statuses and rant in liberals’ comment boxes. Lita Whitener led the charge on Facebook to inform and motivate patriots to effectively…

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