Conservatives have failed to articulate and sell a national policy agenda to the country, a vision of what conservative policies can accomplish when put into practice. We’ve detailed the awful things the Obama Administration has done, all the failings of the left, and we’ve pledged to undo as much of that as we can. That’s good, it needs to be done. But conservatives must be willing to demonstrate that we have the courage of our convictions by going on offense in the war of ideas. That is where AMERICA NEXT comes in.
A King v. Burwell victory would mean a sizable tax cut—if the GOP allows it to happen.
President Obama has shown the country that he is incapable of being commander-in-chief of the United States of America. One of the defining military challenges of our time is the spread of radical Islamist terrorism, and President Obama has focused more on criticizing America and lecturing the American people than on devising a plan to hunt down and kill these extremists.
We need to create a modern educational system for the modern challenges future generations will face — a competitive, interconnected global economy, where students from Charleston and Baton Rouge will compete with those from Chengdu and Bombay. Creating that system involves reforms large and small — but three guiding principles.
The other good news is that truly conservative health plans exist. Last year, I outlined a plan with America Next, the conservative policy group I founded. The plan focuses like a laser beam on controlling the health care issue that matters most to Americans — skyrocketing health costs.
On Monday January 19, 2015 Governor Bobby Jindal presented the following remarks to the Henry Jackson Society in London, England. REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY: “Thank you for the kind invitation to speak here today. I’m flattered to have the opportunity. I spent a couple of years here studying at Oxford as a younger man, […]
In a speech on October 2, 2007, then-Sen. Barack Obama pledged that if elected commander in chief, “I’ll give an annual ‘State of the World’ address to the American people in which I lay out our national security policy.”