Charlie Kirk invites Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, to discuss Fitton’s new book, A Republic Under Assault: The Left’s Ongoing Attack on American Freedom.Read More »
The Obama administration was once defined by low growth and high spending. When Obama took office, our debt-to-GDP ratio was around 90 percent. Today, it has passed 105 percent.
While high debt is always a risk, you can to some extent outrun it with high growth. Under President Trump, while spending increased, it was partially offset by relatively high growth. The Obama years were bad for our economy, but our debt was low enough that we were able to avoid economic collapse.
Neither of these would be the case under a Biden administration. Our total national debt is higher than ever in peace-time, and Biden’s plan will only raise it dramatically further. He’s proposing over $5 trillion in new spending and the largest tax increase in 70 years.
Low growth, high debt and a growing tax burden: that’s a very dangerous combination, and that’s exactly what we should expect from a Biden presidency.Read More »
In the midst of all the sound and fury of the campaign, you may not have noticed that Democrats have entirely abandoned one of their favorite issues of the past two decades.
In 2020, you hear nothing about campaign finance reform, or long-standing liberal hopes of limiting citizens and companies in supporting their favorite causes.
As recently as 2012, Obama, Hillary and other prominent liberals spoke of amending the Constitution to strike down the Citizens United case that made it easier for corporations to participate in ongoing public debates.
Why have Democrats dropped that point of view?
Because Joe Biden has uncorked a gusher of money—breaking all records, outspending Trump by more than three to one on TV ads in key swing states. Four years ago, Hillary also outspent Trump but lost the election.
Biden’s runaway spending should strip Democrats of any ongoing ability to attack their opponents for trying to “buy” elections.Read More »
Townhall Review – October 24, 2020
Dennis Prager looks at how big tech companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube, are trying to block the story that the New York Post published about the emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Larry Elder takes on the absurd effort by the left to paint Donald Trump as a racist that has no grounding in fact or evidence.Read More »
The 2020 election is now just days away.
Here’s my short case for backing the Trump-Pence ticket and voting for Republican senators and representatives in your state.
On the coronavirus pandemic, Trump has done as well as any president could have done—and certainly better than Joe Biden.
You’re safer and more secure because of the Trump military buildup.
The president has made the necessary pivot with China—and he’s brokered the first major breakthrough peace deal in the Middle East in 25 years.
On the economy, Trump and the GOP succeeded in bringing unemployment to all-time lows early this year. Now, even amidst the pandemic, the economy is bouncing back.
Your First and Second Amendment freedoms are much stronger as well, because Trump has bolstered the Supreme Court and federal courts with strong judges who honor the Constitution.
Whatever you think of Trump personally, there’s no question: His policies have been good for the country.
Join me in voting for a second Trump term.Read More »