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Do Steel Tariffs Put Americans First?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.86) - March 07, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: President Donald Trump’s core belief that the U.S. can make better trade deals is about to be put to the test. If he’s right, Americans will win. If he is wrong, a harmful trade war looms.

What Exactly Is The Problem With “Chain Migration?”
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.95) - February 23, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: We owe it to our future to gather hard data on what immigration system would best serve our national interest. Until we do, there are no answers to the important questions.

So Now How Do We Reduce The Deficit?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.00) - February 11, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: Congress proved that they can reach bipartisan agreement on spending which increases the federal deficit. Now, they must do the harder part and reach bipartisan agreement to reduce the deficit.

So Now How Do We Reduce The Deficit?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.00) - February 11, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: Congress has proven that they can reach bipartisan agreement to increase the deficit. Now, they must do the harder part and reach bipartisan agreement to reduce it

How Should Congress Stop The FBI From Taking Sides?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 7.23) - February 04, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: A politicized FBI is a threat to our cherished freedoms. It’s happened before. It can happen again. Congress must play a constructive role in making sure the FBI is non-partisan.

What Is To Be Done With Those Who Enabled Larry Nassar?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 8.01) - January 22, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: They deserve our anger and scorn - unless they take the lead in making sure that powerful adults are never again given free reign to abuse helpless children.

How Should We Pay For Infrastructure Improvements?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.00) - January 06, 2018

Goal(s) of Discussion: Don’t be fooled by magic sounding terms like “public-private partnerships.” It all comes down to us paying more in taxes, tolls and fees or simply adding the cost to our state and federal debt.

How Many Wins Did Trump Record In 2017?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.00) - December 30, 2017

Goal(s) of Discussion: You can’t win a game until the game is over. Trump is making progress on many of his promises but, just like in sports, those leads can slip away quickly.

Is Bipartisanship A Good Thing?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 0.90) - December 24, 2017

Goal(s) of Discussion: The little that gets done in Washington DC is like sandcastles on the beach - wiped away with the tide of the next Administration. That needs to change.

Why Are We Even Discussing Tax Cuts?
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by David Teitelbaum (Rating: 1.18) - October 04, 2017

Goal(s) of Discussion: Republicans are searching frantically for a reason to justify massive tax cuts. But alas, in 2017, tax cuts are a solution in search of a problem. Congress should do something useful instead.

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