Paul's ideas for Pennsylvania, the GOP and America
Liberals suggest we need socialized medicine and a single payer system. Republicans lack a coherent/thoughtful alternative
Meanwhile, the long-term financial condition of Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare is unsustainable, as federal expenditures rise at an alarming pace…
Gov. Tom Wolf is reportedly set to veto a bill developed and passed by the Pennsylvania House and Senate which would require all able-bodied Medicaid recipients to seek work.
If true, the governor’s decision is shortsighted and wrong on several levels, as is a recent PennLive/Patriot-News editorial in favor of the governor’s position.
Tax reform: A time for serious, bold change
President Trump: Tax and Spending Reform, A Moment for Serious, Responsible and Bold Change I find the tax reform plans of the Republican Party confusing. As a financially responsible person and former business executive, I don’t understand a major federal tax overhaul plan that isn’t also tied to comprehensive reform of government expenditures. Total federal debt is now over $20 trillion and growing at an alarming rate, which approaches $70,000 per American. Serious people live within their means and analyze their earnings and savings, together with their expenditures, to include debt payments….
John Baer: There’s a new GOP candidate looking to take on Sen. Casey
Paul Addis fits mostly in the mold of today’s political upstart: wealthy, successful in business, first-time candidate convinced disenchantment with government and politicians offers opportunity for a new class of officeholder.
But the self-described “traditional conservative who believes the least fortunate need to be helped” is far from the mold of our current top example of political upstart, President Trump…