All posts tagged "Paul"

  • Opinion
    It’s Time For The Republican DREAM Act To Pass

    (Jim Clark) – Now that it looks to be clear sailing for Mitt Romney to get the GOP presidential nomination, it’s also time to look past the arguments that dominated the GOP primary/caucus fights and formulate a winning policy position for the November election. President Obama’s pronouncements from his trip to Central...

  • Politics
    The GOP Race Today – Who’s Up? Who’s Down? Who’s Done?

    (Roger Stone/The Stone Zone) – Running for the President of the United States is not a sprint; it’s a marathon. General Dwight Eisenhower said: “Plans are worthless but planning is indispensable.” Mitt Romney has meticulously planned his path to the White House. While his newest challenger Rick Santorum has been methodical, patient...

  • Politics
    GOP Candidates’ Tax Proposals Deserve A Closer Look

    (Victor Joecks/NPRI) – In 2010, Americans spent 6 billion hours, which is approximately 8,800 lifetimes, and $480 billion doing their taxes. This represents a huge deadweight loss — time and money wasted jumping through government-mandated hoops — for individuals and America’s economy. It’s also why, regardless of how much how you think...

  • Politics
    Sparks Fly, Finger-Jabbing Gets Personal

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – Where else would you hear the Phantom open a Republican presidential debate?...

  • Politics
    A Fly On The Wall

    (Lori Piotrowski) – Seen and heard at the Silverton Veil Room on September 20: Republican women’s clubs raking in the dough selling red, white, and blue scarves, ties, and jewelry, mostly featuring elephants in the design Individuals sporting Free Wark t-shirts Steve Commander selling his book, “Angle vs. Reid: A Guide to...

  • Politics
    Tonight’s Debate – 10 Things to Watch For

    (David Mansdoerfer) – Tonight, Republican presidential candidates will take center-stage in a debate at the Reagan Library hosted just 20 minutes from my Alma Mater – Pepperdine University. For the most part, this debate will feature many of the same questions and participants as the last two. However, newly minted front-runner Gov....