ABOUT Michael Steele
January 24, 2013
We didn't go over the cliff, but we face 2013 with differing visions of where our nation should go.
The election was a rejection not of conservatism but, rather, of the way some conservatives made the case.
Don't just remind people that the economy's bad. It's time to really answer the question, "Now what?"
Voters can't depend on the candidates for clarity about planned changes to welfare reform.
Instead of slamming wealthy political donors, let's focus on making their gifts more transparent.
Here's why the private sector does need your help, and what you should do to spur job creation.
At some point, we need to avoid campaign distractions and get real about America's bottom line.
Besides being outspent by Romney and squeezed by Gingrich, he had one more insurmountable hurdle.
His green-jobs agenda wastes taxpayer dollars, while programs that help our community suffer.
It has become a placebo to satisfy our need to belong, when we should be learning history's lessons.
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