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October 10, 2017 - "How Long Are We Willing to Live With National Anxiety?" - "The point is, if Americans perceive elected officials in Washington to be the nation's "managers," it's easy to understand why they remain dissatisfied with the state of the country, even as the economic fundamentals have improved," by V​. Lance Tarrance Jr.​​​

AMERICANS DISSATISFIED WITH THE WAY THINGS ARE GOING IN THE U.S.
    73%
GALLUP SEP 6-10
AMERICANS WHO SUPPORT SIGNIFICANT CUTS TO TAXES ON THE MIDDLE CLASS
    61%
GALLUP DAILY MAR 9-29

                 

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June 29, 2017 - "Taxes May Be Certain, But Tax Reform Is Not" - "While skeptics have a point in doubting tax reform can happen this year, the president, and now Paul Ryan, insist it will. Public support for middle-class…" by V. Lance Tarrance, Jr.​​

 

  

                 

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April 11, 2017 - "The Art of the Deal on Healthcare: Repeal vs. Repair" - ​"...More recently, in an early April 2017 Gallup poll, fewer than half of Democrats (40%) said they want to keep the Affordable Care Act "largely as it is." The majority would either make significant changes to it (52%) or repeal and replace it (5%)." by V. Lance Tarrance, Jr.

 

  

                     

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March 7, 2017 - "Can a 'Nation of Immigrants' Reform 21st-Century Immigration?" - "President Donald Trump's Rust Belt-fueled victory in 2016 sprang from his staunch commitment to protecting American jobs, in part by curbing and controlling immigration. Trump has swiftly begun to follow through on one of his key promises -- to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. He also issued two executive directives for the Homeland Security Department detailing a new administrative launch and expansion of deportation policies for undocumented residents." by V. Lance Tarrance, Jr.​

 

  

                 

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January 11, 2017 - "The 'Divided States of America?" - "In its end of year issue, Time magazine rather unsurprisingly named Donald Trump its 'Person of the Year.' More surprisingly, there was a subtitle under Trump's cover photo that stated, 'President of the Divided States of America.'" by V. Lance Tarrance, Jr.

  

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