Trial lawyers are given many rules of thumb by which to conduct their work. Among them is, “Never ask a witness a question the answer to which you do not want the jury to hear.” It appears that Richard Carmona may have violated the political campaigns equivalent of that rule by creating an ad critical […]
From the NRCC: Arizona Republican Candidate Establishes Effective, Winning Campaign Washington — The National Republican Congressional Committee today announced that Jonathan Paton has reached ‘Young Gun’ status, the top tier of the Committee’s four-level ‘Young Gun’ recruitment program. Founded during the 2007-2008 election cycle by Reps. Eric Cantor (R-VA), Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Paul Ryan (R-WI), […]
Mitt Romney provides a bullet-point overview of his economic plan: Mitt Romney has a plan for a stronger middle class. By making trade work for America, balancing our budget, and championing small business, we’ll create 12 million new jobs.
Appeals Court Reviews Labor Board’s Sneak Attack on Small Business By Dan Danner As Election Day approaches, small-business owners are beginning to get lots of notice, especially from vote-seeking candidates who express admiration for their ability to create jobs and keep the nation’s economy afloat. But when these hard-working entrepreneurs become the center of attention […]
As millions of American families hit the road this Labor Day weekend, they were met with another stark reminder of President Obama’s failed policies: record high gas prices. For the past three years, the Obama administration has thwarted common-sense GOP efforts to expand American energy at every turn, creating regulatory roadblocks to increased production and […]
$16 Trillion Set to Saddle Future Generations Prescott, AZ– U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar (R-AZ) released the following statement today after the national debt surpassed $16 trillion. In three and a half years the United States has added more than $5 trillion in new debt. “As the president continues to take our country down an […]
In a rare burst of candor, President Obama gave himself an “incomplete” when asked to grade his performance during his tenure in White House. Anyone who has been to school knows an incomplete grade is often an escape hatch for a failing grade, a second chance to avoid academic disaster. In politics, there are no […]
By Dick McDonald I take President Obama’s slams against small business people personally. I was a small businessman for 30 years, and during that time, I did over 2,000 private placements to raise the capital to feed several million cattle. During that time, the only obstacle I faced was government. If it wasn’t SEC compliance, […]