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Weakening NAFTA Free Trade, Weakens US Security

The 2016 presidential campaign polarized U.S. society. Republican candidate Donald Trump promoted politics of ethnic division and poured vitriol on imagined enemies. Immigrants to the United States from Mexico and the Middle East, as well as Muslims in general, were Continue reading Weakening NAFTA Free Trade, Weakens US Security

Venezuela’s Socialist Revolution Causes Withdrawal from OAS: Deadly Protests Continue

  Venezuela says it will withdraw from Organization of American States (OAS), accusing the Washington-based grouping of meddling in its internal affairs. The government made the announcement after the OAS voted to hold an meeting of foreign ministers to discuss Continue reading Venezuela’s Socialist Revolution Causes Withdrawal from OAS: Deadly Protests Continue

School Choice Success Proven in Arizona: Top Schools in America

Once again, Scottsdale-based Basis Charter Schools made top national rankings by U.S. News & World Report, but this time taking the No. 1 spot. Basis Oro Valley took No. 3, while Basis Peoria grabbed the No. 5 spot and Basis Continue reading School Choice Success Proven in Arizona: Top Schools in America

Proof that Obamacare Caused Premiums To Increase Substantially

Two scholars at the renowned Brookings Institution, Loren Adler and Paul Ginsburg, have published an analysis finding that “average premiums in the individual market actually dropped significantly upon implementation of the ACA [Affordable Care Act].” This contrasts with a plethora Continue reading Proof that Obamacare Caused Premiums To Increase Substantially

The Rich Should Pay a Fair Share of Taxes, not Almost All of it

This is an updated and revised version of a CD post from last year that generated nearly 300 comments because of the controversial nature of the topic  – whether “the rich” pay their “fair share” of taxes or not – Continue reading The Rich Should Pay a Fair Share of Taxes, not Almost All of it

Government’s Surveillance of Americans now “Incidental”

The ACLU today released more than a dozen new documents concerning the government’s warrantless surveillance of millions of Americans. They were obtained from several intelligence agencies in an ongoing Freedom of Information Act lawsuit and relate to Section 702 of Continue reading Government’s Surveillance of Americans now “Incidental”

Regulation Can’t Improve United Airlines, Only Competition Will

Most semi-frequent travelers have their own private no-fly list—that one airline whose aggressive incompetence and casual cruelty leads them to say “never again.” Even before introducing the term “re-accommodate” into the National Registry of Corporate Euphemisms, United has been that Continue reading Regulation Can’t Improve United Airlines, Only Competition Will

Forcing a Cut in Price of Prescription Drugs Won’t Work

Reducing the cost of medical care, rather than health insurance, is so often underemphasized or even absent from discussions of reforming the health care system. And yet lowering costs of medical care is essential for broadening access to care, reducing Continue reading Forcing a Cut in Price of Prescription Drugs Won’t Work

How The Kushner Family Handles the President

President Donald Trump speaks while Jared Kushner, senior White House advisor, left, smiles during a meeting with manufacturing executives in February. (Photographer: Olivier Douliery/Bloomberg) The brutal and bitter 2016 election caused strife at many a kitchen table in America. In some Continue reading How The Kushner Family Handles the President