Curtis Ellis

July 1967. The Summer of Love. The Doors and Jefferson Airplane topped the charts. Young people flocked to San Francisco to turn on, tune in, and drop out. “All across the nation, there’s a whole generation with a new explanation,” the pop balladeer told us. Indeed, wild utopian ideas were not confined to San Francisco. In Washington D.C. …

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Looking back, we see 2018 was the year out-of-work Americans found a job and working Americans got a raise. It was the year companies decided they didn’t have to abandon the U.S. to be competitive; they could invest in research and development and could re-shore jobs some had said would never come back. While Democrats …

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Were there any doubt, the late fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court proved we are no longer dealing with your grandparents’ Democratic Party. Screaming mobs, swarming senators, and unsubstantiated smears are the tactics of the radical Left, not the party of John F. Kennedy, Harry S. Truman, and Sam Rayburn. But …

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