Month: January 2016

HOW DO YOU SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY? IT’S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE.

WASHINGTON — The presidential campaign thus far seems to be heaped with broadsides and broad promises. When policy does enter in, it’s often not fleshed out or bipartisan in appeal: Build a wall. Healthcare like Denmark. Seeing an opportunity in America’s political polarization and gridlock, the nonpartisan group “No Labels” on Thursday sought to offer …

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JON HUNTSMAN ISSUES ‘POLICY PLAYBOOK FOR THE NEXT PRESIDENT,’ AND AN APPEAL TO INDEPENDENT VOTERS

When former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman made his bid for the White House in the 2012 race, he looked presidential, gave a Reagan-esque speech in front of the Statue of Liberty, spoke fluent Chinese with a flourish — and then abandoned his bid six months later. Then interesting things happened: Mr. Huntsman flatly announced in …

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JON HUNTSMAN AND JOSEPH LIEBERMAN: THE REPUBLICAN SCOTUS BLOCKADE IS ‘NOT ACCEPTABLE’

We recently wrote that it was time for our leaders to find a compromise on the Supreme Court vacancy for the good of our country. Unfortunately, since then the two sides have only descended deeper into political rancor and partisan bickering. Millions of dollars in television ads have already flooded the airwaves in Washington and in states …

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