Tuesday, December 19, 2017 -- Tax Cuts Are Coming, Putting America First

Tax Cuts Are Coming
Barring a last-minute surprise, one of the most significant tax cuts in American history will pass the House of Representatives this afternoon.  The impact on Middle America will be a grand slam home run. 
Tax rates are being lowered.  The standard deduction is being doubled.  The per-child tax credit is being doubled.  The Obamacare individual mandate is being repealed. 
The future is looking up, my friends!  There are several positive economic news stories, which you can read here, here, here and here.
Don't believe the lies of the left.  They will say anything to prevent you from keeping more of your own money.  They believe it belongs to the government.
Putting America First
Yesterday, President Trump delivered an address on national security at the Ronald Reagan Building on Pennsylvania Avenue.  His remarks were everything a conservative could want on foreign policy, and you could hear the liberal and NeverTrumper heads exploding. 
This city is full of people who yearn for a return to Obama's globalism.  To them, it is okay for every other country in the world to have a leader that puts his country first, but our elites think that is unacceptable for America. 
This administration is committed to putting America first, and it is pursuing policies that will make America great again. 
In his remarks, the president reiterated that you cannot be a country unless you control your borders.  The left hates that.  Certain elements of the right hate that.  But President Trump will not back down.
He also took on a deadly development in our country, which accelerated in the Obama years -- a loss of affection for the nation that our Founders believed was a shining city upon a hill. 
President Trump called for a rebirth of patriotism.  A recent poll found that only 37% of liberals say they are "proud to be an American," while 18% would prefer to live in another country. 
In Ronald Reagan's farewell address, he warned that this was what he feared the most -- that we were not teaching our children "what America is and what she represents in the long history of the world."  Reagan cautioned against "an eradication of the American memory that could result, ultimately, in an erosion of the American spirit."
Donald Trump is willing to fight this battle, and every conservative should be willing to fight it with him.  I know I am. 

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