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Market Economy

A market economy is inherently a free economy. Although “capitalism” can have a negative connotation in our society, it is the very thing that has made America the success it is today. When the ability to freely trade goods and services is diminished—or eliminated—initiative, ingenuity, and invention are stifled.

The Corporate Engine of Culture Change

The Free Enterprise Project at the National Center for Public Policy Research is the shareholder activist arm for the Conservative movement. There are anywhere from 80-100 activist groups on the left working to move corporate America into their culture lanes every year. We are the counterpunch to that.   BlackRock, the largest asset manager in...

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Our war with China

We are at war with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This atheistic, deterministic, materialistic, totalitarian dictatorship has actually been at economic, information, and cyber war with the West for at least six or seven years. Hopefully, this won’t end in a kinetic war. In order to avoid that, we need to defeat the CCP in...

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Green New Deal: The Last Thing the Post Coronavirus World Needs

We currently find ourselves living in a world of unreality. The Coronavirus and the subsequent shutdown of the economy threaten to send us into economic depression. As I write this from a Washington D. C. location, I am struck by how little traffic there is outside and how few people are walking the sidewalks.  ...

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Dear Governor Northam, It’s time to open the state for business

As the number of confirmed Coronavirus cases in Virginia near 15,000, Governor Northam has doubled down on his restrictions to keep businesses closed. He most recently said he will not consider reopening until more testing can be done and we see a 14-day downward trend in cases.   When making the case to reopen Virginia,...

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Ryan Helfenbein: Re-Opening the Economy is Not Partisan; It’s Necessary

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton recently stated that “a crisis tends to strip away façades and reveal who we are and what we believe.   “At best, we become stronger as communities and a nation; at worst, we slip into fear and oppression.”   The new information concerning coronavirus is revealing more and more about...

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Ryan Fournier: Unmasking blind faith

All across the country, the COVID-19 crisis has, in many ways, exposed mini-tyrants at various levels of government. From Michigan Governor Whitmer and California Gavin Newsom all the way to the Greenville, Mississippi mayor who had churchgoers fined $500 for sitting in their cars in the parking lot. Both husband and wife ticketed while sitting...

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We Need More Bold and Tough Leaders in America Once Again

Originally published on Townhall.com   Have you noticed how few real men and women run for public office anymore?   Today, establishment politicians and the media are so ruthless in condemning anyone who colors outside the lines that they’ve scared off most of our best and brightest — and toughest — leaders from running for...

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Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ solution to fix America: Don’t go back to work

Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (affectionately known as AOC) is no stranger to public scrutiny. A previous supporter of the failed Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, AOC has redefined what it means to be an ignorant politician. She exclaimed that the world will end by 2031 unless we implement her Green New Deal. And she baselessly claimed...

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Trump following the Founding Fathers on Trade Policy

Trump’s America First trade policy actual marks the beginning of return to the principles of the Founding Fathers which made the nation the greatest economic power in world history. American trade policy in the Post-Cold War era has been grounded in a larger embrace of globalism by the establishments of both political parties.  The modern...

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Charlie Kirk: Should Christians go back to work?

What would Jesus do?  This is often the most basic moral question that has been posed by countless Christians, but it generally has led to wrong theological and ethical conclusions. In short, Christ had a work to do in the Gospels that we could not do and the cup from which he drank, that we...

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