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Republicans should give middle class another 10 percent tax cut: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack The midterms are done and with that, America will start looking forward to the 2020 presidential election. Judging by recent events, Republicans should be very concerned. The complete decimation of the party in the Northeast, California, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and stark demographic changes taking place in Texas and Florida are sobering […]

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The Dead Shall Not Have Died in Vain: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack I’m having a hard time finding the words. I didn’t know what to expect from a community in the aftermath of a mass shooting. What do you say? Would there be anger, fear or resentment? I expected tears and hugs, and I saw a lot of that, but I was simply […]

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With Cries of ‘Racist’ and ‘Nazi,’ Democrats Betray Our History: Earle I Mack on the Hill

By Earle I. Mack The repeated accusations of racism from members of the Democratic Party have taken away from the impact and meaning of what it truly means to be racist. As a Jewish American and a proud moderate Republican, it is abhorrent for me to watch terms like “Gestapo” and “Nazi” thrown around as […]

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Funding the Arts is More than Preserving Culture. It’s Big Business: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack, Randall Bourscheidt and Robert Lynch Two weeks ago, two great national traditions, sports and the arts, came together in the Super Bowl. Whether it was Lady Gaga’s stunning half-time plunge or Tom Brady’s nail-biting fourth-quarter comeback; our nation was riveted. The Super Bowl is a one-of-a-kind event, and it’s no surprise […]

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GOP Delegates Should Be Allowed to Vote Conscience: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack Oh, to be in Cleveland now that summers here.. When in Cleveland, Republican delegates deserve the right to vote their conscience. While some of Trump opponents have pushed the “conscience clause” as a last gasp to prevent him from becoming the party’s official nominee. I believe allowing the delegates to vote […]

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Brits, Don’t Slip On the Banana Peel: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.” Winston Churchill’s words ring with more clarity than they have in decades as the world absorbs the impact of the Brits slip on the existential banana peel known as the Brexit vote. (By the way, Churchill also said, never […]

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Don’t Let the Tail Wag the Elephant: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack As a lifelong Republican, who has always been realistic on social issues and conservative on fiscal and governmental issues, I would be deeply dismayed if we lost control of Congress because Republican hardliners in the Senate, blinded by politics, have lost their common sense. They fail to acknowledge the danger facing […]

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We the People: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack (March 23rd, 2016) For the past several months, we’ve seen story after story detailing secret meetings and strategies emanating from the so-called GOP establishment and its plans to stop Trump. Last weekend was no different as one group of donors and establishment members retreated to Palm Beach, Fla., in an effort […]

Time For Plan B: Earle I Mack on The Hill

By Earle I. Mack “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.” These famous words from the movie “Network” could just as easily describe the voters at the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary. Republicans, outraged at a president who usurps his power and a Congress they believe has ignored their […]