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Latino GOP Candidate for 33rd Congressional District

I am Luis Montoya. I am a write-in GOP candidate for the 33rd California congressional district. Why am I running in such a "safe" Democratic district? Why bother?



I think that with enough work and dedication, I can get across the message that Congress has simply lost its way with the people they supposedly represent. My plan: get to meet and greet people and listen to their concerns. Regardless of party, I plan to represent all the constituents in my district. To do so, I will need… Continue

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 11:00pm

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History of Communist Russia not being taught correctly in U.S. schools

It never ceases to amaze me the way the left attempts to rewrite history. I find it especially dangerous that our millennial generation is so misinformed about the past, communism in particular. Marxism and communism did not die after the Cold War was won, they simply morphed and went underground ...

Tax reform: How the GOP can win big

Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan have defied all expectations this year. But not in a positive way.

"Do-nothing" Congresses usually occur in divided government when power in Washington is split between the two political parties and neither party is able to advance its priorities. Senate Majority Leader McConnell and Speaker ...

Tax reform: Roll back capital gains for carried interest

Tax reform, like a woman, must be courted, not taken by storm.

The challenged is exacerbated by the tax motto of Congress articulated by the late Senate Finance Committee Chairman Russell Long, Louisiana Democrat: "Don't tax you, don't tax me, tax that fellow behind the tree."

Pending tax bills in ...

Congress repeals Consumer Protection Finance Board rule

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Congress deserves applause for repealing an obtuse rule prohibiting agreements requiring arbitration to resolve consumer finance disputes issued by the Consumer Protection Finance Board (CPFB). The rule's chief beneficiaries were trial lawyers, not bank customers.

On the other hand, the Oct. 25 repeal highlights the chronic irresponsibility of Congress ...

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