Republican Party

American democracy is alive and well

American democracy is alive and well

With all of this duly noted, we are left to wonder whether or not President Trump is actually a threat to American democracy. In order to reach a definitive conclusion, we’re going to examine the three inextricable tenets that serve as the foundation for any free society.

Strong government does not impede innovation and growth

Strong government does not impede innovation and growth

So far, the tension between public policy and private entities has been made out to be an ideological issue. People are asked to make value judgments on issues like healthcare and education, deciding which groups they can trust on sensitive problems.

The importance of a two-marshmallow approach to government spending

The importance of a two-marshmallow approach to government spending

Possibly the most difficult part of government, other than forcing through Supreme Court Justices credibly accused of sexual assault, is the allocation of government funding. There are strong ideological differences on what programs and initiatives deserve priority.

Here lies the Republican Party

Here lies the Republican Party

The Republican Party is dead. Just look at the slate of speakers and speeches hosted by the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) a little over a week ago. Sure, certain panels discussed traditional conservative issues, such as military funding and taxation. Ben Shapiro even went so far as to criticize the President. But then there were the rest.