Last month, Jeb Bush promised 4 percent economic growth during his official presidential candidacy announcement. On ABC’s “This Week” yesterday, Carly Fiorina also affirmed that “4 percent growth is a good goal,” especially in stark contrast to “an economy that sort of
Shane, last week you wrote on The Pulse about Chris Christie’s history of New Jersey Supreme Court nominations and why you “would hate to see what a ‘Christie-type’ Supreme Court looks like.” Looks like others think so too. Over at National Review, Carrie Severino
George Gilder’s new monograph, “The 21st Century Case for Gold: A New Information Theory of Money,” offers a revolutionary alternative to today’s “deeply flawed understanding of the nature of money.” Drawing attention to the relationship between money and information, Gilder redefines and
In response to today’s Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage, Scott Walker denounced the decision and called for a new amendment to the Constitution that would explicitly allow states to decide on this issue for themselves. His statement, reported by Politico: As
This morning, Rick Santorum tweeted comments on the same-sex marriage Supreme Court decision. Here’s what he said: Today, 5 unelected judges redefined the foundational unit of society. Now it is the people’s turn to speak #Marriage — Rick Santorum (@RickSantorum) June 26,
Here is Gov. Bobby Jindal’s statement on the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling, courtesy of his campaign’s website: The Supreme Court decision today conveniently and not surprisingly follows public opinion polls, and tramples on states’ rights that were once protected by the
This morning, Carly Fiorina tweeted a response to the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage: My statement on today’s #SCOTUS ruling pic.twitter.com/UalM0QnBuF — Carly Fiorina (@CarlyFiorina) June 26, 2015 Noah Muscente works for American Principles in Action.
Here are some key quotes from Sen. Marco Rubio’s statement on today’s Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling: People who disagree with the traditional definition of marriage have the right to change their state laws. That is the right of our people, not