Would you want the same quality of service you receive at the post office or the DMV when you receive medical services? This video from Job Creators Network details precisely how “Medicare for All” would lead to health services that are just like every other government service: tedious, inefficient and disorganized.
In spite of the fact that the speech was too long (any speech that runs longer than 7 minutes is too long) I loved President Trump’s SOTU.
It was filled with a love of America, pride in our military, respect for our flag, and an almost mystical vision of the American people and their unique virtues.
Roughly half of the United States’ workforce depends on small businesses thriving. But high taxes and intrusive government regulations hurt these businesses and their workers. How would tax cuts for these small businesses benefit the U.S. economy and help just about everyone?
Would Progressives support the Republican tax bill if they thought it was really a Bernie Sanders proposal? That’s the question filmmaker Ami Horowitz asks in his latest man-on-the-street style interview short. This time he queries passersby in New York’s East Village, a “liberal Mecca,” to see how uninformed and biased people are about the GOP tax plan.
Mostly, the poor.
Of course there are a handful of hipsters who sport clownish pork pie hats, and defiantly puff away, viewing themselves as postmodern James Deans.
But really, it’s the poor and blue collar who indulge in the liberal sin of tobacco. Meanwhile, their liberal betters proudly sweat in gleaming gyms, or contort themselves into narcissistic bliss on candy-colored yoga mats.