Republicans and Democrats differ on immigration reform mainly as it applies to future immigration: Republicans want more of it, and Democrats want less. Both parties have a plan that would allow undocumented residents to get right with the law and eventually find a pathway to citizenship, if that is what they want.
There is a real danger that the real lesson to be learned in the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School will be lost in the brouhaha and politics over guns. Dozens of article on the subject have already been published in every newspaper in the country. Dozens of so-called psychiatric experts have been interviewed by […]
It has been fifty years since Lyndon Johnson signed into law the program known as The Great Society. Ten trillion dollars later, the effects have been the very antithesis of his stated aims. This single piece of public policy has destroyed the family, caused a marked increase in illegitimacy, crime, illiteracy and drug abuse and […]
Orange County, CA (Nov. 29, 2012) – Robert Loewen, president of The Lincoln Club of Orange County, a group of conservative business leaders and political donors, issued the following statement regarding Republican Assemblyman Tim Donnelly’s announcement yesterday that he will form an exploratory committee to run for California Governor in 2014:
Check out our radio ads playing on KABC-790AM and KRLA-870AM promoting the Lincoln Club’s PAC Voter Guide: 15-second ads: – Ad #1 – Ad #2 – Ad #3 30-second ad: – Ad #1 A special ‘Thank You’ to Lincoln Club member Robert Micone who arranged for the ads to be created — and yes, that’s […]