Whole Foods CEO John Mackey used to be a leftist. He is now a whole-hearted supporter for what he calls “conscious capitalism.” The story of Whole Foods, and his ‘conversion’, appear in this interview conducted by Greta Van Susteren of Fox News on her show GretaWire. In this interview, Mackey says: When I was young, […]
“Graham is a true friend of conservatism and his successful business career experience will take our party to the next level. “ PHOENIX — “Yesterday, Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs endorsed Robert Graham in his race for Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party. Biggs, who has been named the #1 Friend of the Taxpayer by the Arizona Federation of […]
Arizona Representative David Schweikert was recently kicked off the Financial Services Committee—a move that horrified many conservatives who see Schweikert as an ally and a free-market, liberty-based, limited-government stalwart. In this interview, Schweikert is circumspect and respectful regarding his removal, but he minces no words about what is wrong with the Republican Party.
We have, in the past, posted about the terrible decline of Detroit, including Steven Crowder’s tragi-comic video on the subject (below). Detroit is a singular example of what happens when statism and forced unionism combine to enrich the state and unions at everyone else’s expense. Even stipulating that they ever meant well, which is an […]
“As we work together to advance conservatism in Arizona, we need strong leadership at the helm of our Republican Party. Robert Graham is right person to lead us to victories in 2014.” PHOENIX — Justin Olson, Republican Representative from Legislative District 25 in Mesa, endorsed Robert Graham in his race for Chairman of the Arizona Republican […]
From the Washington Times Standing on Principle Matters By: Rep. David Schweikert In Washington, principle is a frequent casualty of the unrelenting pursuit of power. In order to climb the ranks, to get appointed to the plush committees, to advance a bill or to just get a seat at the table, you have to be […]
How’s this for a simple GOP strategy to avoid blame for fiscal-cliff tax-rate increases and seize the public relations initiative from an overconfident president? Pass two simple bills in the House. Bill A extends current tax rates for those with incomes of $250,000 or less. Bill B extends current tax rates for all the rest. […]