Entitlements divest potential givers of a measure of their humanity.
‘In 2015 an estimated $2.6 trillion was spent on various entitlement programs’
One is an actuarial certainty, the other is a hypothesis. But to the left, only one is a crisis.
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Why this really is the most important election of our lifetime.
Far too many Americans are dependent on government programs.
Democrats are imperiling our future by being ‘The Party of No’ on entitlement reform.
During his presidency, the 32nd president planted the entitlement seed that has been growing ever since.
We are becoming a nation of underachievers, coddled by our growing nanny state and forgiven for our crimes.
Young people shouldn’t allow politicians to ruin their financial futures.
Bill Clinton’s Democratic Party is a distant memory.
Our fiscal problems are growing worse, and this deal doesn’t fix them.
President Obama and his allies can’t just sit back and blame Bush for the debt.
Any debt-reduction deal that doesn’t include a commitment to controlling the growth of entitlements is useless.
America is losing what made it great — the willingness of its people to make sacrifices for future generation.
Cut, Cap and Balance is dead, but there’s still a lot the GOP can do to promote growth and shrink government.