Life. Family. Friends. Those are things that really matter. At least, to me. I hope those are the things that really matter to you, too, regardless of where you might place yourself on the political grid, or the antiquated (and never very accurate) “left/right” political spectrum. The reason I embraced libertarianism, after I discovered there [...]
Sen. Pete Campos, D-Las Vegas, offers his view on the state budget:
Robert Schwarzwalder, senior vice president at the Family Research Council, offers this view on the presidential election:
Janet Trautwein, CEO of the National Association of Health Underwriters, offers this view on federal heath reform:
Sen. Pete Campos. D-Las Vegas, offers his view on education.
Karl D. Spence of Clovis offers his view of federal budget cuts.
Michelle Malkin writes for Creators Syndicate. She offers her view on President Obama’s approach to promoting his latest government jobs bill.
Cynthia G. Brown, vice president for Education Policy at the Center for American Progress, offers her view regarding the president’s waivers announcement:
Audry Olmsted When Merel Rodenburg first attended New Mexico State University’s Southern Great Plains Dairy Consortium in Clovis in 2010, she expected to get technical book knowledge to supplement her studies in animal production. What the University of Arizona senior didn’t expect was the intensive hands-on experience she would get — as well as the [...]
Defense Secretary Robert Gates last week delivered his “last major policy speech” and, in it, suggested that politicians show courage in the fiscal crisis by making the military compensation system more efficient. Gates has the department preparing such a set of recommendations to be part of a $400 billion defense savings package over the next [...]