Hillsdale College: Constitution 101, The Theory of The Declaration and Constitution

On March 3, 2014, in Blog, Recent News, by kelsearossi

The Theory of the Declaration and the Constitution Thomas G. West The principles of the Declaration of Independence constitute the soul of the American Founding and form the moral basis of government in the United States. The Declaration is a clear and concise statement of the principles that drove the American Revolution, and served as […]

America’s Ambitionless Generation?

On February 28, 2014, in Blog, Recent News, by drclairefriend

By R. Claire Friend on February 18, 2014 In colonial times, men and women were equal when it came to work. Both had chores and responsibilities from dawn to dusk. Women not only did housework, they milked cows, fed the pigs and chickens and helped tend the crops. Life was hard in colonial times. It made little difference […]

Commentary: State tax code is inhospitable to business

On February 14, 2014, in Recent News, by keithcurry

Commentary: State tax code is inhospitable to business February 04, 2014|By Keith Curry | The Daily Pilot I had three separate experiences recently that reinforced just how bad things are for business owners in California. A letter to one of my previous campaign supporters came back, and when I followed up with email, I learned […]

We Need to Protect Proposition 13

On January 24, 2014, in Issues, Recent News, by keithcurry

We Need To Protect Proposition 13   For more than 35 years, Proposition 13 has protected California homeowners and taxpayers.  While our sales and income taxes have risen to be the highest in the nation, property taxes remain constrained and more importantly, predicable to each property owner.   Residents can anticipate their base property taxes […]

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