- William Lloyd
William Lloyd | Put Social Security focus on raising revenues
Regardless of which party wins in November, Social Security will be under the budget-cutting microscope.
William Lloyd | Compromise is only way to keep gov’t running
An oft-stated goal of the tea party is strict adherence to the U.S. Constitution and to the intent of the Founding Fathers.
William Lloyd | Who will benefit from GOP's 'drill, baby, drill'?
In a recent robocall, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee solicited support for a conservative organization that advocates total U.S. energy independence through increased domestic oil drilling.
William Lloyd | On ObamaCare, GOP long on criticism, short on alternatives
According to the pollsters, two-thirds of respondents oppose the ObamaCare mandate that uninsured individuals buy health care coverage or pay a penalty.
William Lloyd | Boost inevitable in state’s ‘no tax increase’ budget
Gov. Tom Corbett has proposed what he calls a “no tax increase” state budget. Although the governor’s claim is technically correct, his budget is likely to cause an increase in school property taxes.
William Lloyd | GOP continues to stub toe on income inequality
In recent election cycles, Republicans have successfully forestalled a debate over income inequality by labeling criticism as “class warfare.”
William Lloyd | Eliminating federal deficit should be the real issue of ‘12 campaign
Republicans hope the 2012 election will be a referendum on President Obama. Democrats want it to be a referendum on the tea party. What the country really needs is a referendum on how to eliminate the federal deficit.
- William Lloyd | Put Social Security focus on raising revenues