Greg Jones

Greg Jones has written for the Federalist, Daily Caller, Reason.com, and U.S. News & World Report. He’s on Twitter @DrunkRepub

The Pitfalls of Political Segregation

 

Ah, the holidays. That time of year when we put our interests and disagreements aside to better commune with our fellow man. Unless of course you’re a knee-jerk leftist in the vein of GQ’s Joe Berkowitz, a vocal proponent of the idea that the best way to cure America’s political infirmities is to essentially cut […]

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The High Stakes of Tax Reform

 

A little more than seven years ago, on March 23, 2010, Barack Obama signed into law the Affordable Care Act. Despite the ACA’s egregious failure as policy, it was at the time a landmark legislative achievement that radically transformed the U.S. health insurance market. And at its crux is the individual mandate, which requires Americans […]

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They Mock What They Don’t Understand

 

Another day, another mass shooting. And another heartless leftist mocking the faithful. In addition to death and taxes, these days you can also count on the occasional senseless mass homicide and a sacrilegious reaction to said homicide by a growing cartel of far-left actors, journalists, and politicians. This time the shooting was in Sutherland Springs, […]

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It’s Official: The Left Has Abandoned Evolution

 

Of all the absurd and ill-informed clichés being parroted by today’s politicos, the notion of science as a saber wielded exclusively by the left is among the most laughable. Fear mongering over GMOs and absurd arguments about when life begins (and should end) have done plenty to damage the left’s scientific street cred. But liberals’ […]

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The Left Is on the Ropes — Keep Swinging

 

Tune into any left-leaning mainstream media channel or visit one of the online leftist rags, and you’re almost guaranteed to hear the same thing, day in, day out: the Trump White House is so inept that it could well be the undoing of the Republican Party. Or the nation. The President isn’t appointing people to […]

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Beware the Universal Basic Income

 

Some people just don’t know when to quit. Despite the historic failures of Communism, and recent rebukes to socialism such as Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, the far left has concocted yet another harebrained scheme aimed at ensuring that society remains forever dependent on the meager allowances of government. This latest leftist incarnation, […]

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So Much for Moderation

 

Make no mistake: Hillary Clinton may well be the Democratic Party’s last “moderate” candidate. Her humiliating loss to a man who upended the foundation of the Republican Party is now doing the same to her own party. With the Democratic establishment severely wounded, the far left is plotting a coup, and there will be blood. […]

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Elon Musk Takes Science/Religion Debate to New Low

 

Tech billionaire Elon Musk is once again in the headlines, but this time it’s not for rockets or electric cars. No sir. Instead he has decided to lend his brilliance to the most complex, confounding problem in all of history: the Universe. Finally, after centuries of philosophical and theological scholarship we can rest easy — […]

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The Left’s Chronic Blame Game

 

There they go again. Following what is becoming commonplace violence from anti-Trump protesters in San Jose, the left-wing media machine is once again blaming the Republican nominee for the opposition’s childish behavior. On Sunday’s Meet the Press, unapologetic Clinton crusader Andrea Mitchell fallaciously faulted Trump for the barrage of eggs hurled at one of his […]

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Bread Lines at the Marketplace of Ideas

 

Let’s face it: we are living in a millennial world. Not since the baby boomers has a generation transformed the country, and by extension the world, as has America’s largest voting bloc. From gender fluidity to their disdain for their own country, millennials are throwing a monkey wrench in decades, and in some cases centuries, […]

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