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health care reform

As the Senate GOP struggled to craft its version of health care reform, its leaders had forgotten to sell the public on the basics—that is,...

A new survey by the Pew Research Center finds that 72 percent of those polled say that, in general, the government’s policies since the recession have...

In a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, Senators Mike Lee and Marco Rubio laid out a pro-growth, pro-family tax reform plan. It recommends two rates...

Representative Paul Ryan yesterday released a 73-page plan aimed at reforming anti-poverty programs and increasing social mobility. The deficit-neutral plan would consolidate nearly a dozen federal anti-poverty...

The main takeaway from recent GOP primaries, which saw the victories of Nebraska’s Ben Sasse and North Carolina’s Thom Tillis, was a continuation of a...

In an essay for COMMENTARY last year, Michael Gerson and I, writing on how the GOP can revivify itself and increase its appeal, argued that it had...

Five years ago this week, CNBC commentator Rick Santelli delivered an on-air tirade from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in which he talked...

On Fox News Sunday Senator Mike Lee debated Representative Xavier Becerra over the president’s repeated lawless acts related to the Affordable Care Act. (Mr. Obama has unilaterally...

School choice is usually the only aspect of education reform that gets much attention, though in recent years the prospect of the student-loan bubble bursting...

It doesn’t matter how uninspired President Obama’s State of the Union speech turned out to be. The contrast between the pomp and circumstance of what...

There remains no good reason why American television consumers must endure the monarchical monotony of the president’s annual State of the Union address. It is...

Yesterday Senator Marco Rubio delivered a major speech on poverty and social mobility. It’s impressive for several reasons. While not ignoring the issue of income inequality,...