It is no accident that Texas consistently leads the nation in job creation. Some have described this economic powerhouse as a "Texas Miracle." But, we know better than that. The Texas Economic Experience is rooted in concepts and principles that will work anywhere they're tried: Keeping taxes low, creating a predictable regulatory climate, cracking down on lawsuit abuse, and investing in critical infrastructure like roads, water and schools in a fiscally responsible way.
July 29th, 2010
According to Construction Citizen, a survey was conducted last year of over 4,000 low-wage workers, including illegal immigrants, for the purpose of studying labor violations among low-wage workers in New York,...
May 28th, 2010
Robert Romano discusses the Keynesian Paradox in this article, quoting:The threat of a double-dip recession is real, but it should not be cause for more government “stimulus,” deficit-spending, bailouts, and low-interest...
February 18th, 2010
The Rise of Latino Conservatism was a session at the Conservative Political Action Conference sponsored by the American Principles Project and featured speakers Alfonso Aguilar, Grover Norquist, Karyme Lozano, and Mario...
January 27th, 2010
Read the full text of the State of the Union Address on January 27, 2010:
July 22nd, 2010
States such as Nebraska, Ohio, New York and others are working on employee misclassification prevention legislation in order to crack down on the practice of misclassifying workers, who should be classified as employees, as...
May 19th, 2010
The following was sent in from the Republican Party of Texas:
January 30th, 2010
Dallas Morning News columnist Steve Blow had an excellent article on placing greater emphasis on career and technical education instead of pushing every student to attend a four-year university.