Radicals Are Running Amok In The Democratic Party

Townhall | 2/3/2019 | Staff
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When Democrats Accidentally Told The Truth, America Hated It, & The Media Tried To Pretend It Never Happened.

For decades, conservatives have not been welcomed in the Democratic Party. Today, neither moderates nor mainstream liberals have a home in the party. It has been captured by an extreme band of far-left activists who espouse very progressive as well as dangerous socialist policies. This sprint to the left has intensified in recent months on a range of issues of critical importance to the American people.

Congress - Spokespeople - Party - Superstars - US

In Congress, the main spokespeople for the Democratic Party are progressive superstars like 29-year-old U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who espouses a “Green New Deal” and a 70% income tax rate. Not to be outdone, U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is advocating an upper tax rate of 90%. According to Omar, the 90% rate is “a place to start…The one percent must pay their fair share.”

Incredibly, Democrats are calling for massive tax increases while the country has been enjoying the tangible benefits of tax cuts. Under President Donald Trump, a significant tax cut for businesses and individuals was passed by Congress. The result has been tremendous economic growth, an increase in the stock market and massive employment gains.

Employment - Report - Jobs - January - Labor

In the new employment report, it was revealed that 304,000 new jobs were created in January of 2019. The labor force participation rate increased to 63.2%, the highest level of the Trump presidency. With more people entering the job market, the unemployment rate increased to 4%, but it is still a very low number by historical standards.

Along with outstanding job growth, President Trump’s policies have led to an increase in the stock market, consumer confidence and a resurgence in the manufacturing sector. More needs to be done to improve the certain sectors of the economy, such as the healthcare industry, but...
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