The choice between going backward and moving forward has never been so clear. And as long as I’m President, we’re going to keep moving forward. You can count on that
By Caitlin VegaCalifornia Labor Federation
May 1st is May Day, a day of celebration for workers around the world. This dates back to a resolution adopted by the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions (later the American Federation of Labor) th…
California’s population grew by almost 251,000 new residents in 2011 – a 0.7- percent growth rate – to total 37,679,000 as of this January 1st, according to a new population report released May 1 by the Department of Finance.
The City of Los Angeles, California’s largest city, has a population of 3,825,297. Los Angeles grew by almost 19,000 persons during 2011.
San Diego, California’s second largest city, now has a population of 1,321,315 and added almost 12,000 persons during the year.
San Jose, California’s third largest city, now has a population of 971,372 and added over 14,000 persons during the year.
(Washington, DC) GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli today announced that Iowa businessman and former chairman of the Iowa Republican Party, Matt Strawn, will chair GOPAC’s effort in the Hawkeye State this election season. “Matt is a nationally-recognized leader for his monumental work in rebuilding and revitalizing the Iowa GOP,” said Donatelli. “Under his leadership, Iowa Republicans [...]
What needs explanation is not poverty, which is the natural state of mankind, but wealth. No system better than the free market, based on well defined and legally secure property rights and legal institutions to facilitate exchange, has ever been discovered for generating incentives for wealth creation.
Economist Walter E. Williams spoke on the legitimate role of government in a free society, touching on the role of government as defined in the Constitution, the benefits of capitalism and private property, and the recent attacks on individual freedom and limited government.
Long before the calendar turned to 2012, John Archer was campaigning for the Republican nomination in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District. Archer made the most of his early start by getting to know key activists and becoming familiar with the new district. With the June 5th primary just over a month away, Archer is now taking [...]