WASHINGTON – The American Conservative Union today recognized Senator Chuck Grassley for votes on issues of interest to grass roots conservatives during the first session of the current Congress. Grassley received his award for a 90-percent conservative voting record in 2011. “This organization provides leadership for tax relief, fiscal discipline, and public policies that reflect [...]
“I hope the (governor’s) May Revision is better than the Giants are playing.”
–Senate President Pro Tempore Darell Steinberg, a Sacramento Democrat
By Paul Hogarth
Barack Obama made history yesterday, when he told an ABC News reporter that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. Marriage equality activists have had a rocky history with the President, who repeatedly shunned opportunities to d…
Today: Kansas tax reform; School funding; Separation of art and state; Stimulus spending; Elizabeth Warren; Drug court to be Pachyderm topic; Failure of socialism to be shown; Yes we can! No they can’t!
The Green Party — yes, we have one in Tennessee — says it will take advantage of a court ruling that loosened up access to the ballot for third parties by holding a nominating convention later this month in Nashville. … Continue reading →
Mere “privatization” in the absence of a functioning legal system is not the same as creating a market. Markets rest on a foundation of law; failed privatizations are not failures of the market, but failures of the state to create the legal foundations for markets.
Steve Scheffler has been a fixture in Republican politics in Iowa for decades. In addition to serving on the Republican Party of Iowa’s State Central Committee, he has served as the state’s Republican National Committeeman for the last four years. Scheffler has also worked on a number of political campaigns, including the presidential campaigns of [...]