How And When The Repeal Of #Obamacare Is Likely To Go Down

Policy Analysts Watching Republicans Actions Closely, Staffers Assure Commitment To Repeal Is Ironclad. BY: Keith Plunkett | UC Staff Ramesh Ponnoru with AEI summed up in a December 16 article how Republicans would most likely attempt a quick repeal of Obamacare, while being careful to leave certain regulations in place for incoming Health and Human […]


REDDINGER: The Relationship Between Culture and Poverty

BY: William Reddinger J.D. Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis is one of the best books of 2016. A personal story about Vance’s climb from poor, white Appalachia to a Yale law degree and a white-collar career, the book will make you laugh, cry, and think carefully about the […]


Senator McDaniel Pens Op-Ed Calling for New Approach to Address Poverty

Senator Chris McDaniel writes in a commentary on August 30: By forcibly divesting taxpayers of the means to provide for their own needs and confiscating substantial income from society’s economically productive segments, government action hinders the creation of more opportunity for those who seek to benefit from its benevolence. The government has no capital of […]