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EGP Ballot Recommendations for March 7 Primary Election

City of Los Angeles Measure S Is Not the Solution – Vote No Measure S – The Neighborhood Integrity Initiative – asks Los Angeles voters to approve a two-year... Read more »

The Absurd Consequences of a ‘Right to Privacy’

British MP David Davis’s text messages poking fun at the appearance of a female colleague make him the latest whipping boy for those determined to root out sexism... Read more »

To Save Main Street, Tax Wall Street

All too often these days, large U.S. corporations and Wall Street banks seem more interested in tapping overseas markets than in growing a customer base at home.... Read more »

The End of an Alliance for Police Reform

In July 2016, then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch committed the Department of Justice to investigating the shooting of Alton Sterling, a black man who was murdered... Read more »

Affordable Care Act: GOP Beginning to See Reality?

The Republican members of Congress have been spouting their dislike of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare as they named it) since the act became law. While campaigning... Read more »

Authoritarian Bumbling

The real story of the Trump administration to date isn’t about any one policy. It’s about Trump and a small group of insiders throwing their weight around —... Read more »

Mexico Hits Trump’s Wall

New America Media — When President Trump signed an executive order to build a border wall, he unleashed a political crisis in Mexico. With a stroke of the pen,... Read more »

The Next Step in Entitlement Reform Should Not Get the Government More Involved

President Donald Trump recently said that he doesn’t like what’s happening with drug prices and that he will do something to fix it. How? Hopefully through competition... Read more »

Trump Presidency Comes With Uncertainty – Let’s Hope that Changes

The country will be holding its collective breath Friday as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. In keeping with tradition, the inauguration... Read more »

If You’re Against Immigrants, You’re Against My Grandma

One day in a Latvian town more than 100 years ago, when my grandmother wasn’t much more than a girl, she heard that the czar’s “recruiters” were coming to... Read more »

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