Peter Thiel's Conservative Case for Big Government

The tech billionaire argues for federal action that's competent and promotes growth.

Contra Bill Clinton..

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At the Republican convention in Cleveland, billionaire investor and entrepreneur Peter Thiel introduced two bold new ideas to his conservative audience. If these make their way into the party’s canon, it could usher in a revolution about what it means to be a conservative.

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